TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 19 December 2007

Government obliged to refund Lm4 million in favour of GO
Last Friday’s decision by the Court of Appeal in favour of ´GO (ex-Maltacom) means that the Government will have to refund this telecommunications operator the princely sum of around four million Malta Liri. >>

No feasibility study conducted on Government’s projects for Marsamxett yet – Ministry spokesperson
Government has not conducted yet a feasibility study on any of the projects listed in its plan for Marsamxett Harbour launched two weeks ago, claiming that it is too early to conduct these studies at this stage.>>

No panic for bars on New Year’s Eve changeover

New financial incentives for film industry launched

The experts’ view

The Euro: Opportunity or Threat?


Protecting staff against discrimination: Who Cares?
One may argue that now that EU legislation regulates a lot more HR policies and practices than before, old school people management practices will disappear and the protection of workers’ rights will come about automatically.>>

A European mindset
As all four political parties apply the final touches to their electoral programmes, this newspaper hopes that due attention is paid to the concerns of business within the new European environment.>>

Led Zeppelin returns this Christmas
Readers during Christmas time may well stop and reflect on what this great event means to us? By now, most homes will be decorated with Christmas trees, coloured lights and paper or plastic decorations around the rooms (less than last year since surcharge bites).>>



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