The Malta Independent 20 June 2019, Thursday

DB permit revocation: ‘the people can make a difference’

Residents, NGOs and three Local Councils welcome the positive news that the permit for the abusive speculation at St George's Bay by DB Group on the site of the former ITS building has been revoked by...

Three people arrested over Qbajjar cocaine, cannabis find

Three people have been held by police over the discovery of a substantial amount of cocaine and cannabis that was ready to be trafficked. One of the arrested persons is a Maltese national while...

Loss of BOVs last US correspondent bank could lead to collapse of vital sectors - PN

The possibility of BOV having difficulties to process USD transactions after losing its last US corresponding bank could potentially lead to the collapse of vital sectors, the Nationalist Party said...

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‘Whoever speaks against any of the MPs, will be speaking against me’ – Delia

Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia said last night that whoever speaks against any PN MP will be speaking against him as leader. Speaking at the end of another marathon meeting of the...

Updated: Pierre Portelli says Karol Aquilina ‘has so much to answer for’

Pierre Portelli, who on Monday night resigned from the post of head of the Nationalist Party media, said that PN MP Karol Aquilina has so much to answer for.  Writing on Facebook, Portelli said...

Hundreds march in protest against the 'reign of developers'

Hundreds gathered in Gwardamangia in a protest against the "reign of developers", a march which will end at the offices of the Malta Developers Association. The march began at St. Luke's Hospital...

PD ‘will work’ to restore Malta's reputation in international finance

Partit Demokratiku said today it is “a myth” that ING’s decision to pull out its correspondence banking with Bank of Valletta “is a symptom of BOV's success”, as the...

Proposed changes to construction laws ‘not acceptable’ – Chamber of Architects

The Chamber or Architects said today that the proposed changes to the construction laws are ‘not acceptable’, saying the “rush to implement these piecemeal changes to the regulatory...

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