The Malta Independent 24 September 2020, Thursday

Talks between Prime Minister and MUT ‘inconclusive’, just days before schools open

A meeting between the teacher’s union Malta Union of Teachers (MUT), Prime Minister Robert Abela and Education Minister Owen Bonnici on Wednesday ended with an “inconclusive”...

EC's proposed migration pact ‘good basis for discussion’, but raises number of questions - Bartolo

The general direction of the European Commission's proposed new Pact on Migration and Asylum is a good basis for a reasonable discussion, Foreign and European Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo told The...

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Refugees, migrants in Libya face rape, unlawful killings and torture - Amnesty International

Amnesty International has published a report detailing the abuses migrants face in Libya, stating that “tens of thousands of refugees and migrants are trapped in a vicious cycle of cruelty with...

Pembroke roundabout work to be completed, new Central Link lanes to open

Infrastructure Malta said that work on the Pembroke roundabout is to be completed this weekend while Central Link lanes will be opening today. In separate posts on Facebook, IM said that on...

Updated: Gasan looking to pull out of power station consortium

Gasan Enterprises is looking to pull out of the Electrogas consortium, which owns and runs the new gas-fired power station in Delimara. In a statement signed by chairman Joe Gasan and CEO Mark...

Delia calls on Fearne to join him in Vitals fight; ‘I don’t need your guidance,’ DPM replies

Opposition Leader Adrian Delia has called on Prime Minister Robert Abela and Health Minister Chris Fearne to join him in his fight against the “obscene” Vitals deal.  Delia...

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‘Political stunt’: Delia and Grech should have walked together to the tax department - PL

Instead of engaging in a “political stunt” this afternoon, Adrian Delia should have joined up with Bernard Grech and the two should have walked together to the VAT and Tax departments, the...

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