The Malta Independent 22 February 2018, Thursday

TMID Editorial: Delia and Delimara - Was this really not worth disclosing?

Matters at the Nationalist Party seem to have come to yet another pretty pass, with the business dealings of its leader Adrian Delia once again raising eyebrows, while also weakening the moral...

Anonymous VGH shareholders ‘out of the picture’ after Steward deal goes through

Sources close to the health sector have revealed that the anonymous shareholders of Vitals Global Healthcare have sold off their shares to the new concession operators of Karen Grech Hospital, Gozo...

Only 23 of 689 migrants saved by AFM last year were brought to Malta

23 out of the 689 irregular migrants that were saved by the Armed Forces of Malta in 2017 were disembarked in the country, Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia has revealed in...

Major changes at airport envisaged in proposed master plan

An Outline Development Permit application for a master plan of The Malta International Airport is set to be discussed by the Planning Authority Board this Thursday, and the plans show some major...

In judicial protest, former assistant director at AUM claims breach of contract

The former Assistant Director of Admissions of the American University of Malta has given insight into the management situation at the institution, in a judicial protest he filed against it for breach...

Jason Azzopardi tables amendment to Media and Defamation Bill regarding anti-SLAPP measures

PN MP Jason Azzopardi today tabled anti-SLAPP proposals in the form of an amendment to the Media and Defamation Bill, currently being discussed in Parliament. The Consideration of Bills Committee...

MUT rejects every proposal during conciliation meetings – MCAST

Despite the fact that during the last two days MCAST proposed a further improved salary package and working conditions, MUT has refused the offers and is insisting on proceeding down a dead end of...

VGH deal: MAM instructs its members not to speak to media

The Medical Association of Malta has instructed its members not to divulge details of its ongoing negotiations on the VGH deal with the government to the media. The Malta Independent was informed...

MDA favours strengthening of the law for better protection against fire hazards

The Malta Developers Association (MDA) has welcomed in the most positive manner the news announced by Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg that laws on protection against fires in buildings are to be...

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