TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 30 January 2008

MFSA secretive over bank charges revision
David Darmanin
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is keeping mum on what lies behind ongoing discussions with banks over a review in bank charges.

St Edward's to re-open Sixth Form doors
Boarding also in the pipeline
By the start of the next scholastic year, a new boarding facility catering for sixth formers shall be available to those interested in obtaining an international baccalaureate diploma at St Edward's College.

Blueskies Scheme extended following complaints

Malta Enterprise to participate at ‘The Hotel Show 2008' in Dubai

Gozo looks forward to carnival bonus

Repercussions of the worst ever bank scandal

MIA targets more than three million passengers

Neckermann Austria launch Summer 2008 brochure in Malta

Are you using your deflators right?

Slowing economic growth rates across the board

Air Malta, ALPA sign new collective agreement at last after intensive negotiations

Coldwell Banker Real Estate opens two more offices

IMF lowers global growth forecast

Gold price reaches another record


Taking the tide at the helm
In a talk with business leader Alfred Mangion, David Darmanin finds out his plans on family business, his ambassadorship in Turkey and the opening of a new private Sixth Form. >>

How and at what cost?
The keynote speech by the leader of the Opposition at last weekend's Labour general conference calls for objective analysis on its implications on business climate in the country. >>

Gaming in Europe and beyond
There was a wintry wind blowing in central London right next to High street Kensington at the Royal Garden hotel where over 220 delegates made haste to attend any of two gaming conferences. >>



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