The Malta Independent 3 March 2024, Sunday
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Peter Borg says Investment Committee members should have testified to clarify inquiry misconceptions

The now former Deputy Chairperson of Malta Enterprise, Peter Borg, has expressed disappointment that no member of the Malta Enterprise Investment Committee, including himself, was called to testify...

TMID Editorial: Who will it be?

March has started and it will be the last full month with George Vella as President of the Republic. His five-year term will expire on 4 April, and in the remaining weeks the government and the...

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Jean Paul Sofia Public Inquiry Report highlights ‘indispensable’ role of geologists – chamber

The Jean Paul Sofia Public Inquiry has highlighted the indispensable role of the geologist in the construction industry and has recommended that every rock excavation should be preceded by a report...

Cottonera benefiting from embellishment, regeneration projects – government

The government said Friday that Cottonera is benefiting from a number of projects aimed to embellish public areas and make them more accessible. Prime Minister Robert Abela was taken on a tour of...

Sofia inquiry: Five booted or resigned, but ministers stay on

Five people have either been dismissed or resigned but no politician has as yet quit in the wake of the publication of the Jean Paul Sofia public inquiry report, which found the State responsible for...

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