The Malta Independent 13 November 2018, Tuesday

Women earn 11% less on average than men; gender pay gap hindering inclusive economy – President

Malta’s average gender pay gap between men and women stands at an average of 11%, meaning that for every €1 a man earns, a woman earns 89c, President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca said at the...

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Leaders meet in Italy to find settlement in Libya

A gathering of leaders of Libya's quarrelling factions and of countries keen on stabilizing the North African nation opens Monday in Sicily, aimed at finding a political settlement that would bolster...

Updated: Gozo ferry services disrupted as UHM orders industrial action

Gozo ferry services are facing disruptions this morning as the UHM ordered a strike, Gozo Channel chairman Joe Cordina said....

Nearly 200,000 Maltese travel in third quarter of 2018 - NSO

Total outbound tourists for the third quarter in 2018 were estimated at 199,153, an increase of 16.2 per cent over the corresponding quarter of 2017, the NSO said. During the third quarter of...

Minors’ identity must be protected to ensure fair hearing – Children's Commissioner

The identity of all minors should, as much as possible, be protected, Commissioner for Children Pauline Miceli told this newsroom. Answering questions sent by The Malta Independent in relation to...

‘Investors begging for information about Satabank accounts can't get past receptionist' – GRTU CEO

The Satabank saga is having repercussions on local businesses, with the GRTU leading the criticism that businesses are being given little to no information by the bank on its own doorstep, and...

‘The Malta Escape’ – US author bases new novel almost entirely in Malta

Three years after visiting Malta with two other American writers, New York Times bestselling author Chris Kuzneski on Friday published his book “The Malta Escape”, a thrilling novel which...

Government, Steward Health Care partnership ‘will continue to improve health service’

Government’s partnership with Steward Health Care will continue to upgrade Malta’s healthcare which is already considered one of the best in the world – ranking 9th in a detailed...

Muscat under pressure as senior ministers, MPs urge him to take action on Mizzi and Schembri

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is facing extreme pressure from leading exponents of his parliamentary group to finally take action against Minister Konrad Mizzi and his chief of staff Keith Schembri in...

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