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09 July 2003
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Ghallis chosen for engineered landfill
- two quarries will take municipal waste until landfill is up and running
By Matthew Vella

The site known as l-Ghallis ta’ Gewwa has been chosen by the Ministry for Resources and Infrastructure as the site for Malta’s first engineered landfill. READ MORE >>

Public transport industrial action
- no one will be allowed to break the law – Transport minister
By Kurt Sansone
The authorities are not taking any flack from bus owners and yesterday warned that if pensioners are made to pay tariffs higher than those stipulated by law legal action would ensue against the drivers involved. READ MORE >>

Nearly Lm150,000 in VAT fine rebates
By Julian Manduca
The government let 553 people off the hook and forgave them Lm144,703 in VAT fines between January and April of this year, Finance and Economy Minister John Dalli has said. READ MORE >>

The Malta Stock Exchange - past, present and future
The Malta Stock Exchange started out just over a decade ago with some 8,000 accounts. Today the number has surged to 150,000 and with a formidable track record, its future is even more so. DAVID LINDSAY speaks to Exchange General Manager Eileen Muscat about the Exchange’s change in role from regulator to promoter, the enormous opportunities the Exchange is capitalising on thanks to a change in legislation, its role as an EU member, the promising BorzaMed project and a wide range of other issues in this extensive interview

Europe’s date with destiny
President Guido de Marco addressed the Wider, deeper stronger, conference on EU enlargement at London’s House opf Commons. Following are extracts from his speech.


Sex industry hopefuls speak to Edwin Vassallo

FOI says government lagging in post-EU consultations

Bush claim on Iraq had flawed origin - White House

Farsons recalls Aquadot batch

February unemployment drops to 5.3 per cent

Air Malta’s new board meets for the first time launched at Trade Fair









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