TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 16 July 2008

ONE to launch mobile phone services soon
Charlot Zahra
The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) has licensed ONE Productions Limited, operators of One Radio and ONE Television, as a Virtual Mobile Network Operator (MVNO)

Businessman to cover Malta in trees
David Darmanin
In a recent deal clinched with the Gaia Foundation, TipTop Group have agreed to fund the planting of a tree with every product sold at any of their furniture and sports equipment stores. The initiative is expected to sponsor the plantation of thousands of trees in a matter of months.

ST-NXP unlikely to affect Malta plant

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Spiral clinch HSBC Young Enterprise Malta Company of the Year Award

Pentasia launches Maltese IT Recruitment division

Overwhelming response for Banif Bank at the International Fair of Malta 2008

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ECB conducts three different auctions during the week

TPPI think tank organises rent reform debate

Letter: Bottom-up costing methodology “best practice”

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To the contempt of the more conservative members of the local business community, TipTop director Joseph Xuereb hasn’t had a proper haircut in more than twenty years. He seems to be more concerned in establishing himself as a pioneer in Maltese eco-trading rather than giving up his Rastaman image. By DAVID DARMANIN>>

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The public transport strike called by the Transport federation is legally legitimate but it is most unlikely to win public support, especially as unruly behaviour culminates in the rushing on the prime minister’s office, the unacceptable demonstration outside the transport minister’s house and the blocking of the public roads >>

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At a visit to Dublin last year, I was startled by the apparent wealth and affluence enjoyed by all - from taxi drivers to restaurant owners. Naturally, this state of affairs has fuelled a property boom with spiraling prices. >>




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