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Kurt Sansone

  • It's finally happening... the Ta' Qali crafts village

    It's finally happening... the Ta' Qali crafts village

    Works to transform the Ta' Qali crafts village into a modern outfit have started after years of aborted plans and failed promises. Economy Minister Chris Cardona said the government will invest €10 million of EU funds and the project will be...

  • Will it be a Gozo route to Parliament for Delia?

    Will it be a Gozo route to Parliament for Delia?

    Adrian Delia will be exploring the Gozitan avenue to make it into Parliament when he meets Nationalist Party MP Frederick Azzopardi today. The PN leader will address party members at the Sannat sub-headquarters this evening but was also expected...

  • Air Malta introduces cheap fares, hives off ground handling to separate company

    Air Malta introduces cheap fares, hives off ground handling to separate company

    Air Malta has introduced a new system of cheap fares and hived off its ground handling operations into a separate aviation services company, Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi said today. He confirmed this morning that agreement was reached with the...

  • Delia’s obstacle course to make it to Parliament

    Delia’s obstacle course to make it to Parliament

    Adrian Delia’s road to a parliamentary seat may be more arduous than most of his supporters thought it would be. The clearest way for him to get into Parliament would be if any one of the five Nationalist Party MPs elected in a casual election...

  • AD: abortion is a reality in Malta, discussion needed

    AD: abortion is a reality in Malta, discussion needed

    New Alternattiva Demokratika leader Carmel Cacopardo has backed calls for a public discussion on abortion. In his first speech to party members over the weekend, the architect said abortion was a reality in Malta, as scores of women were going...

  • Juncker’s tax scheme is unrealistic, warns Scicluna

    Juncker’s tax scheme is unrealistic, warns Scicluna

    Malta opposes the idea floated by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker that European tax reforms should not require unanimous approval. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna said Malta would not give up the right enshrined in the EU treaty...

  • Public holidays and leave: not if, but when and how

    Public holidays and leave: not if, but when and how

    There is no timeframe yet for the introduction of leave to compensate for public holidays falling on weekends as talks between the government and the social partners continue. Equality Minister Helena Dalli said the question was not whether the...

  • No decision yet on income tax refund pledge

    No decision yet on income tax refund pledge

    Edward Scicluna is still mulling whether the Labour Party’s income tax refund pledge will be introduced next year as he prepares for the Budget. The Finance Minister said yesterday internal discussions were still ongoing to determine what the...

  • Budget to deal with 'problems of robust growth'

    Budget to deal with 'problems of robust growth'

    Waste management, cleanliness, the road infrastructure and rising rents are on the Finance Minister’s agenda as he inches towards Budget day on October 9. The next Budget will focus on the spillover problems caused by above average economic...

  • Who was Mgr Fortunato Mizzi?

    Who was Mgr Fortunato Mizzi?

    He was the only son of former prime minister Nerik (Enrico) Mizzi, but Mgr Fortunato Mizzi’s legacy extended well beyond the political family he was born into. The priest, who died of natural causes last Friday, aged 90, was a social activist in...

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