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NEWS | Wednesday, 17 March 2010 Issue 155

Dockyard to close March 30

GWU secretary general Tony Zarb warns Dockers’ representative Sammy Meilaq to tone down militancy ‘in the national interest’, as shipyard gates set to close by end of month

Karl Stagno-Navarra
Veteran shipyards stalwart Sammy Meilaq will this morning address workers at the Malta Drydocks, in defiance of a warning issued to him by GWU secretary-general Tony Zarb who has reportedly ordered him not to jeopardise the position of the remaining workers, days before government intends to close the shipyards and hand them over to Neapolitan firm, Palumbo SpA. >>



Sam Estates

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The need to grill
Two recent developments have underscored the gulf of difference that separates Malta from the rest of Europe: the first involved the recent hearings before the European Parliament to approve Barroso’s second Commission; the second was last Monday’s ‘grilling’ of Louis Galea by the European Parliament’s budgetary committee.....>>

Saviour Balzan
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