The Malta Independent 21 January 2019, Monday

Fuel stations – 7pm meeting to decide on strike action

A meeting is to be held at 7pm this evening for fuel station owners to decide on what course of action to take after not being able to reach an agreement with the government, a GRTU spokesperson told...

Watch: Design for new Marsalforn breakwater chosen, extended sandy beach part of master plan

The preferred design for the new Marsalforn breakwater has been chosen following studies carried out by a technical team and preparation for an application for the project to be submitted to the...

Few signs of breakthrough as May set to unveil Brexit Plan B

Prime Minister Theresa May is set to unveil her new plan to break Britain's Brexit deadlock — and it's expected to look a lot like the old plan decisively rejected by Parliament last...

Measures against tax competition not in Malta's interests - Alfred Sant

There is an increasing trend in Europe to combat tax evasion by eliminating tax competition. Measures against tax competition between EU member states agreed upon by the traditional political parties...

TMID Editorial: Politics - Not a good beginning

We have now begun a crucial year, politically speaking, in preparation to the European Parliament election and the local councils election which will be held in late May. Tempers are already...

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Prime Minister submits Malta to the 10-year test

The race to the 25 May European Parliament election is now on and the parties have started using every Sunday morning, to rally the troops....

Aggression against teachers the tip of the iceberg, with many hidden factors behind it

Numerous factors behind aggressive behaviour “It is important to identify what triggers such aggressive behaviour in children so that we can find a way to treat the underlying...

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