The Malta Independent 20 July 2019, Saturday

db Group decries ‘falsehoods’, says it will not allow truth to be buried

The db Group today decried what it said were falsehoods on its project at the former ITS site, saying it will not allow the truth to be buried. In a statement, the db Group made reference ...

Tal-Balal cycle lane safety: Get on a bike and try it out yourself, cyclists tell Ian Borg

The Bicycle Advocacy Group (BAG) has invited Transport Minister Ian Borg to “get on a bike” and try using the controversial cycle lanes painted onto a roundabout at Tal-Balal himself...

Updated: Scicluna 'first Finance Minister' to be investigated as part of magisterial inquiry - PN

Minister Edward Scicluna has time and time again failed to ensure that the authorities under his political authority function independently and in the national interest, Opposition spokesman for...

Common good calculated with quality of life not GDP – Delia

The common good is calculated with quality of life of the people and not GDP, Nationalist Leader Adrian Delia said on Saturday. Speaking in his weekly interview on NetFM, Delia gave his reaction...

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Updated: Matthew Pace, two other officials resign from Planning Authority board

Minister Ian Borg today announced the resignation of three Planning Authority officials after a letter he sent them regarding their legal obligations in terms of conflict of interest. The...

‘If we fail, we fail our country’ – Ivan Bartolo urges PN councillors to vote against Delia

'If we fail, we fail our country,' PN Executive Committee member Ivan Bartolo (not the MP) said in a text message he has sent out on Friday. In his message, he urges PN general council members to...

Three ministers ordered by court to say how they quoted from Egrant report

Ministers Chris Cardona, Konrad Mizzi and Edward Scicluna have been ordered by the constitutional court to testify on court submissions they made, which appear to have come from the as yet...

Travel agents concerned by recent charter airline failures

The consecutive failures of two charter operations in the space of less than a week is of great concern to travel agents, especially since travel agents themselves are obliged by law to contribute to...

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