The Malta Independent 27 April 2017, Thursday

Updated (2): Government, social partners agree on increase in minimum wage

The government and social partners at the Malta Council for Economic and Social Development have agreed on a rise in the minimum wage The agreement is the first since 1989 when the Cost of Living...

Updated: Magistrate accepts PN request to present evidence on alleged Keith Schembri kickbacks

Magistrate Aaron Bugeja, leading the Egrant Inc inquiry, has accepted the Opposition leader’s request to present evidence on alleged kickbacks involving the Prime Minister’s chief of staff...

APS CEO calls for more ‘institutional serenity’, bank registers all round growth for 2016

APS Bank CEO Marcel Cassar today called for “institutional serenity and supervisory stability” while delivering an address on the bank’s all-round growth in profits, revenue and...

Police lift CCTV footage showing Pilatus Bank owner entering Malta carrying same 2 pieces of luggage

The police has in its possession CCTV footage showing Pilatus Bank owner and chairman Sayed Ali Sadr Hasheminejad emerging from the Arrivals Lounge at Malta International Airport carrying the same...

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Editorial: Egrant saga - It’s bigger than a libel case

Ever since the allegation surfaced claiming that Michelle Muscat is Egrant, the country has been holding its breath. All bets are off and ordinary business is suspended. Government continues with its...

Malta pledges continued support to EU High Representative’s work on safety, internal security

Minister for Home Affairs and National Security Carmelo Abela stated that both as the current Presidency of the Council of the European Union and as an EU member state, Malta will go...

Keith Schembri denies accusations, says he will sue Busuttil

OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri this evening denied the accusations levelled against him by Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil His statement is as follows: I outright deny and refute...

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