News | Sunday, 30 May 2010

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Borg Olivier knew about ‘corruption’ allegations

PN secretary-general ‘presents himself’ to police, after entrepreneur Beppe Hili says he informed Paul Borg Olivier of kickback allegation in superyacht privatisation

Matthew Vella The secretary-general of the Nationalist Party, Paul Borg Olivier, was this week questioned at the police headquarters in Floriana, in the ongoing investigations into corruption allegations on the tendering process for the privatisation of Malta Superyachts. >>

Kappara road widening raises concerns on Ghollieq valley

Living with a potentially deadly condition

Frontex – irregular crossings to Malta down 83%

‘Banned’ from Zejtun square

‘Negative actions, negative perceptions’

Bars, restaurants cheer for World Cup’s business boost

NGOs deplore Hondoq’s EIA hearing

‘Dirty dancing’ goes mainstream

Death of a survivor

Higher fines for driving offences

30-day letting no longer VAT exempt

Heat waves are dangerous, but the cold kills more

Travel agents can expect ‘casualties’ as low-cost grows

MEPs gives red card to meat glue

AD slams Hondoq plans

Malta ‘sceptical’ about EU call for bank tax

Muscat meets Maltese port-workers in Melbourne

Gonzi takes Vision 2015 on the road

Malta fifth highest in EU for household electricity prices

Waiting for the flotilla


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