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Ivan Camilleri

  • Vitals charged just €100,000 a year for hospitals' concession

    Vitals charged just €100,000 a year for hospitals' concession

    Vitals Global Healthcare is being charged just €100,000 annually for the 30-year multimillion-euro concession to run three public hospitals, the Times of Malta was told. According to clauses in the contract that were redacted by the government...

  • PM adviser gets consultancy job

    PM adviser gets consultancy job

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s speechwriter has been given another job – consultant to Malta Enterprise. Dr Muscat’s private secretariat often contracted Leslie Skipper to prepare the Prime Minister’s speeches. His name was also among those who...

  • How government guaranteed a ‘no-risk’ investment for Vitals

    How government guaranteed a ‘no-risk’ investment for Vitals

    Updated 3.16pm with government reaction below - The government has effectively guaranteed Vitals Global Healthcare a no-risk investment in the operation of three State hospitals. It bound itself and any future government to pay Vitals €100 million...

  • Despite Brexit, about 30,000 Maltese residing in UK 'will lose nothing'

    Despite Brexit, about 30,000 Maltese residing in UK 'will lose nothing'

    About 30,000 Maltese residing in the UK would lose nothing despite Brexit, the UK’s Minister of State at the Department for Exiting the European Union has pledged. All those Maltese residing in the UK would retain all their present rights, Lord...

  • Disgraced lecturer forced to leave AUM after reports of plagiarism

    Disgraced lecturer forced to leave AUM after reports of plagiarism

    One of six ‘new’ lecturers hired by the beleaguered American University of Malta stepped down earlier this week after he was faced with reports of plagiarism,  Times of Malta has learnt. Robert Cardullo, who was employed by the AUM a few weeks ago...

  • Education licence regulator left without CEO for months

    Education licence regulator left without CEO for months

    The National Commission for Further and Higher Education has been without a CEO for more than six months, the Times of Malta is informed. Sources close to the commission, which decides on licences to universities and other tertiary educational...

  • Public land for Gozo ‘SME park’ changes hands

    Public land for Gozo ‘SME park’ changes hands

    Updated 8.15pm The private construction company given 12 tumoli of public land in Gozo without a tender to develop an SME park has already transferred the whole project to another private company owned by two Gozitan developers, the Times of Malta...

  • Justice Minister’s partner lands senior job at tourism authority

    Justice Minister’s partner lands senior job at tourism authority

    Janice Bartolo, the partner of Justice Minister Owen Bonnici, has landed a senior managerial job at the Malta Tourism Authority without a call for applications or selection process, The Sunday Times of Malta is informed. The contract for Ms...

  • Revenue from land in Gozo transferred to firm without tender could hit €10 million

    Revenue from land in Gozo transferred to firm without tender could hit €10 million

    More than 12 tumoli of public land in Xewkija, Gozo, have been transferred to a construction company without a call for tenders in a deal that will net the firm a profit of several million euros. The land, which was under cultivation until...

  • Was policeman involved in by-passing checks acting alone?

    Was policeman involved in by-passing checks acting alone?

    Investigations into possible security breaches by a police sergeant at Malta International Airport have been widened amid growing suspicions that he was not acting alone. Times of Malta reported on Tuesday that police sergeant Mario Camenzuli, 67,...