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  • Shipping movements

    The following ships are expected in Malta: The Durande from Drydocks, the Okee August from Beirut to Bejaia, the Analena from Bizerte (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the MV Caroline Russ from Genoa to Genoa (Gollcher Company Ltd), the MSC Paloma...

  • My rollercoaster ride with Glencore

    My rollercoaster ride with Glencore

    Glencore PLC is perhaps not the biggest trading company on earth. It is difficult to keep scores when permanent mergers and divestments change rankings year by year, but it is pretty much up there. It trades half of the world’s zinc, copper and...

  • GO’s strong results ‘not by accident’

    GO plc held its 20th AGM, during which the senior management team provided shareholders with a detailed review of the company’s performance during 2017. The meeting also approved a net dividend of €0.13 per share, an increase of 18.2 per cent on...

  • ‘Farsons exported to 20 countries in 2017’

    ‘Farsons exported to 20 countries in 2017’

    Simonds Farsons Cisk has continued to widen and deepen its presence in both traditional and new export markets, Norman Aquilina, Farsons Group Chief Executive told The Sunday Times of Malta. “Farsons is now geared to export substantially more...

  • Disclaimer

    The information published in this page is intended for information purposes only. Any legal claim or action taken in the event of a dispute should be based solely on the legal texts concerned. For more information, call the Office for Consumer...

  • Claiming a remedy through the CCT

    Claiming a remedy through the CCT

    From time to time consumers encounter problems with the products or services purchased. Thankfully, most of these problems are resolved after speaking with the seller or service provider. However, some disputes are not easily solved and consumers...

  • Information session on CE marking and RAPEX

    Meusac and the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority will be organising an information session on the ‘CE Marking and RAPEX’.   The affixing of the CE marking to a product means that the product has been assessed to meet the essential...

  • Damaged furniture and property during delivery

    Q: I recently had some furniture delivered to my house. The delivery people dropped a flat-packed bookcase on my marble stairs. When I opened it, I noticed it was damaged. One of my marble stairs was also chipped during the delivery. I immediately...

  • MSE Equity Index turns positive

    MSE Equity Index turns positive

    The MSE Equity Total Return Index fully recouped the previous week’s 0.41 per cent loss, having increased by 1.218 per cent, to close at 8,538.891 points. Turnover increased from €1.3 million to €1.9 million. Activity was spread over 20 equities...

  • Eurozone consumer price inflation stalls in April

    Consumer price inflation (CPI) in the eurozone was flat at 1.2 per cent in April, down from 1.3 per cent in March, according to the final inflation reading by Eurostat. On the other hand, core inflation, which excludes volatile items such as food...

  • Company briefs

    International audit and consulting group Mazars has launched ‘The Next CFO’, a web TV channel that explores the future of corporate finance departments. ‘The Next CFO’ gives audiences an insider’s view into the corporate finance department of...

  • Grooming young talent is the future

    Grooming young talent is the future

    Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. This is the ethos today’s businesses need to build their human capital on. Bring them in young, groom them and the return on investment will be...

  • JMV opens Green Building Solutions outlet

    JMV opens Green Building Solutions outlet

    Members of the construction industry, architects and civil engineers were invited to celebrate the official opening of JMV’s Green Building Solutions outlet, which is fully dedicated to sustainable building solutions and devoted primarily to...

  • Travel survey shows increase in car dependency in Malta

    Travel survey shows increase in car dependency in Malta

    A travel survey carried out by Project Aegle concluded that 83.2 per cent of respondents used a car to travel. 10.8 per cent of trips were done by bus while 1.2 per cent were done by coach/minibus. 4.8 per cent of trips were done by other modes of...

  • 80 years of fresh pasteurised milk in Maltese households

    80 years of fresh pasteurised milk in Maltese households

    In the early 1900s, the Maltese Islands were hit by an alarming increase in the prevalence of Mediterranean fever. Sir Temi Zammit, a Maltese member of the Mediterranean Fever Commission, discovered that goat’s milk was responsible for the great...

  • Authentic riding experience

    Authentic riding experience

    Fans of the Husqvarna brand can get their hands on the much anticipated Vitpilen 701. Forming part of the Real Street model range, the Vitpilen 701 has been crafted to suit the progressive lifestyle of modern motorcycling, allowing riders to enjoy...

  • Reducing our waste footprint: information seminars to continue

    Reducing our waste footprint: information seminars to continue

    According to a recent Eurostat survey, in 2016 Malta ranked second in generating the highest amount of municipal waste, with each person producing over 600 kilos of waste every year. To give it context imagine two football pitches filled with...

  • Group goes single-use plastic free

    Group goes single-use plastic free

    This June, to further focus on its environmentally friendly mentality, the QLZH Group, through its foundation, is going ‘single-use plastic free’ across all of its branch outlets throughout Malta and Gozo.  The 25 branches are gearing up to...

  • Thomas Smith Group supports The Grid

    The Grid, Malta’s very own obstacle course race which intrigues enthusiasts from all over the world, will be held on June 2. It is once again being supported by the Thomas Smith Group. The group has supported all three The Grid events since its...

  • Becoming a part of Europe: how youth work can support young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers

    EUPA is currently a partner in the BpE project financed under Erasmus+ Key Action 3, running from December 2016 to December 2019. This project intends to develop and share non-formal education methodologies and new inclusion practices through...