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Ivan Camilleri

  • 'We did not see margin of PL victory coming', PN insiders admit

    'We did not see margin of PL victory coming', PN insiders admit

    It was not the defeat that took the Nationalist Party by surprise but the margin of Labour's victory, party insiders have said. "We admit we did not see this coming and, according to the information we have, not even Labour was expecting such a...

  • MGRM reports 15 cases of online hate speech in six weeks

    MGRM reports 15 cases of online hate speech in six weeks

    An EU-wide monitoring exercise on online hate-speech led to the reporting of 15 cases in Malta in just six weeks, a report issued by the European Commission shows. In one of every three cases, reported by the Malta LGBTIQ Rights Movement (MGRM) –...

  • Choose the common good over the clique – Busuttil

    Choose the common good over the clique – Busuttil

    [facebook_video video_url="https://www.facebook.com/partitnazzjonalista/videos/1702418983132184"][/facebook_video] The majority of the electorate will vote according to their conscience on Saturday to choose the common good over the clique which...

  • Enemalta relies on interconnector despite new gas plant

    Enemalta relies on interconnector despite new gas plant

    Enemalta is still buying most of Malta’s necessary electricity through the interconnector to Sicily despite the €400-million gas-fired power station that opened in April, figures show. Enemalta refused to provide a breakdown of the electricity...

  • Gaffarena petrol station deed conditions ‘not enforced’

    Gaffarena petrol station deed conditions ‘not enforced’

    The Planning Authority has yet to enforce the provisions of a 2014 deed with the Gaffarena family on their ‘illegal’ fuel station in Qormi, although a three-year temporary clearance expired more than two months ago. A copy of the notarial deed,...

  • No clash of the titans in final television political debate

    No clash of the titans in final television political debate

    The leaders of the two major parties had their final televised debate tonight, organised by the Broadcasting Authority. But it was no ‘clash of the titans’ - it was an hour of civilised monologues in which both Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and...

  • Vitals consultant ‘received payments in Pilatus Bank’

    Vitals consultant ‘received payments in Pilatus Bank’

    Updated 12.20pm with consultant's reaction Asad Shukat Ali, who Vitals Global Healthcare Ltd has occasionally engaged as consultant, received tens of thousands of euros in payments in a Pilatus Bank account, Times of Malta has learnt. Documents...

  • PM spent over €1.1 million on 109 trips

    PM spent over €1.1 million on 109 trips

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat made 109 trips abroad in his 50 months in power, costing taxpayers over €1.1 million. Some of the trips, particularly to Libya, were paid by the hosting government, however others, including when he was accompanied by...

  • Malta must restore its reputation fast, says German investor

    Malta must restore its reputation fast, says German investor

    A major German investor who relocated his international company to Malta three years ago thinks an urgent damage-control exercise is a must to restore the island’s reputation among financial practitioners abroad. “We relocated to Malta in autumn...

  • Air Malta workers offered very generous early retirement schemes

    Air Malta workers offered very generous early retirement schemes

    Proposals made by the government in connection with voluntary retirement schemes at Air Malta were so generous they surprised even the workers, who now wanted to make the best of it. “We know the government is in a rush to give the impression that...

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