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NEWS | Wednesday, 10 November 2008

Unions caught unawares by new utility tariffs

Tariffs published on Friday when unions were still meeting KPMG auditors

The government has published the new electricity and water tariffs, much to the surprise of some of the unions which are still seeking further clarifications to the eco-reductions for low consumers of energy. >>

Ministry caught lying over MCAST investigation

Indicted bidders are government-appointed directors

The Ministry of Education misled MaltaToday in a bid not to reveal the two companies now facing criminal charges over allegedly false declarations in their tender for an MCAST tuition contract. >>


Sam Estates


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Time to investigate data protection abuse
Paul Borg Olivier, the Nationalist Party secretary-general who unwittingly revealed a highly questionable State/party intelligence gathering network last week, has left no stone unturned in his attempt to deflect attention from the real implications of the case..>>

Anna Mallia

That social security

Steve Borg
The path to political rethought, not road relocation

A taste of Ebba’s sketches
Currently NUVO art & dine is exhibiting the first commemorative exhibition of Ebba von Fersen Balzan organised by her husband Saviour Balzan and Nuvo.

An honorary Maltese, a visionary artist
Artists, art critics and friends unanimously gather to remember the impact and value of Ebba von Fersen Balzan’s work and her strong connection with the Maltese islands


The Julian Manduca Award

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