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NEWS | Wednesday, 26 November 2008

DID THEY REALLY NEED THE CASH?

As people worry over energy bills, ex-ministers get €157,000 ‘to find a job’


With consumers and businesses alike reeling from the massive hike in utility bills, eight former ministers and former Opposition leader Alfred Sant will be receiving €157,000 from the Prime Minister in the form of a ‘terminal benefit’.>>


Malta’s €25 million tuna claim under investigation

Malta’s claims concerning some €25 million worth of live bluefin tuna, caught in 2007, are currently the subject of an international investigation after being openly rubbished by conservation groups, MaltaToday can confirm.>>


 

 


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