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Is Louis Grech’s Lm336,000 six-year salary an invention?
Former Air Malta chairman Louis Grech, target of IT and Investments Minister Austin Gatt’s recent outburst in Parliament, in which it was suggested that Grech could have earned up to Lm336,000 over his six-year chairmanship, is questioning Gatt’s claims...



NEWS

Richard Muscat’s keen sense of bad judgement
Voice of the Mediterranean general manager Richard Muscat used to run the radio station as if it was his own, MaltaToday has learned...

Jimmy for Europe


OTHER NEWS

Authority annuls ‘annul’ button on bus ticketing machines

To buy or not to buy an embassy... in Schumann Square

A tale of suicide and desperation, the Mount Carmel asylum seekers

Death in Parliament – the Mintoff law which killed the NBM


INTERVIEW

The gladiator against bureaucracy
A shop owner who became a local councillor. A councillor who became a parliamentary secretary. A PS who defied the establishment. Edwin Vassallo talks to Kurt Sansone about his ‘war’

THIS WEEK

What a type
Although he produces art he does not consider himself an artist. Influenced by music, Jean Michel Basquiat and Buddhism amongst others and he has created large impressions of faces by using contemporary technology.

EDITORIAL

Perhaps a softer, more subtle Austin Gatt
Dr Austin Gatt is not a useless minister. He is a capable no nonsense minister with a deep-rooted appreciation that words have an expiry date as do the actions that follow. Yet, in the case of both PBS and his commentary on the running of Government-owned companies, he has been over indulgent in the use of words...


OPINION

Not in Christmas mode yet
Lord of the Rings fails to impress Saviour Balzan and off he goes on a head-on collision with Maltese banks for failing to ask for fiscal receipts from building contractors


BUSINESS

FOI pledges support for Vassallo’s war on bureaucracy

BOV’s 30th AGM highlights strategic year, bold future

VAT Department advises on cash register changes

Government enterprises chairmanships reshuffled


LETTERS

A mediator - to be or not to be

He can - she can’t

Blackmail on European Parliament election hopefuls


 

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