Un mare sembrano quelle luci, un mare d'argento, che bacia le sponde.
— Karmenu Vassallo
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  • Casa, Portelli eyeing PN secretary general post

    David Casa and Pierre Portelli have confirmed they are actively considering a bid for the post of secretary general of the PN. Mr Casa is the head of the PN’s MEP delegation at the European Parliament, and Mr Portelli is the former head of content at The Malta Independent and a ...

  • When wine turns

    Tas-Serena Sirena Street, Senglea Food: 3/10Location: 7/10Service: 6/10Value: 3/10Overall: 4/10 What a terrible waste of time this was. I came to hate every minute of this depressing travesty of a meal. We were at Tas-Serena restaurant in Sirena street, located on the charming waterfront road that snakes its way around Senglea. We sat outside ...

  • INDEPTH: One cannot expect OHSA to monitor media 24/7 - CEO Mark Gauci

    Occupational Health and Safety Authority CEO Mark Gaudi said that one cannot expect the authority to have people monitoring what both the traditional and social media are saying with regard to possible infringements of health and safety at the workplace.Interviewed by The Malta Independent online editor Stephen Calleja on Indepth, ...

  • Freeport introduces weekly rapid link to key South America ports

    Maltese importers and exporters are set to benefit from new trading opportunities to Brazil and Argentina following the introduction of a rapid weekly link by Malta Freeport Terminals. The Sirius Service, calling at six key ports in Brazil (Itajai, Itapoa, Itaguai, Rio Grande, Salvador and Santos) as well as Buenos ...

  • TMIS Editorial: New waste incinerator destined for Gozo, the north or the south?

    With the government set on embarking on a waste-to-energy project incorporating an incinerator, the €150 million question is where, exactly, the project will be located.Malta’s size being what it is such industrial projects are always bound to be placed in someone’s backyard. As such there are, broadly speaking, only three ...

  • Government needs to address market failures in upcoming budget – Caritas Director

     Caritas Director Leonid McKay believes the government needs to address market failures especially in the rental market.The Malta Independent on Sunday contacted various key members in civil society to hear what they think the government should focus on in the upcoming budget. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has already spoken of ...

  • Malta establishes relations with Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea

    Malta has established diplomatic relations with the Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea. Signing ceremonies to establish relations were held during bilateral meetings held on the fringes of the Our Ocean Conference, held this past week in Malta. Foreign Minister Carmelo Abela followed the signing ceremonies with discussions on how to take ...

  • Maltese professor made vice-president of international maritime law tribunal

    Updated 7.10pm - PN congratulates Prof. Attard Leading international maritime law professor David Attard has been elected vice-president of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. Prof. Attard will serve a three-year term in the post. He has been a member of the tribunal since 2011. In a statement announcing his ...

  • Watch: 13 charged with pickpocketing

    Updated 2.20pm - Added video Five men and and eight women this morning pleaded not guilty to a series of thefts which took place in recent months. They were also charged with forming part of an organised crime ring. The 13 men and women, all Bulgarians and whose ages range between 21 and ...

  • Framework agreement to promote cooperative activities in space signed with French agency

    A framework agreement related to the promotion of cooperative activities in space has been signed between the Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST) and the French space agency Centre National D’Etudes Spatiales (CNES). The aim of this agreement is to establish a relationship aimed at improving the cooperation and development ...

  • Process to award rental subsidy to be hastened

    The process to award a rental subsidy to eligible people is to be hastened, reducing it from about four months to four weeks, the Parliamentary Secretary for Social Accommodation said. Read: Brochure reveals Malta's rental rates Roderick Galdes said he was conscious of the challenges and problems applicants with low income faced ...

  • TMI poll: Traffic is issue that needs to be tackled most in 2018 budget

    It is to be expected.Almost half the readers who have so far taken part in an online poll on The Malta Independent website have indicated traffic as the most pressing problem the government should address in the budget for 2018.The traffic situation has deteriorated badly in the last few years, ...

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