TOP NEWS | Tuesday, 19 November 2008

Utility tariffs: Ray of light for low-income families

As hopes of re-negotiating the controversial commercial energy tariffs revision seem to peter out, representatives of the 18 trade unions protesting last Friday against the utility tariff hike, yesterday presented Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi with nine alternative proposals on a prospective review of household tariffs. >>

Air Malta chairman denies talks with Lufthansa over cessation of assets

Local companies spend millions on community

Employers welcome Unions’ manifestation

Chamber elects new real estate section committee

Uniblue sponsors second Agile gathering

APS Bank reviews base rate

Securing our energy future

MIA registers 6.1 per cent less passengers

Regulation is paramount

Pedigree Toyshops launch Loyalty Card

Valletta Waterfront welcomes half-millionth cruise liner passenger in 2008

Investing in Sicilian property

HSBC Holding plc Interim Management Statement

Banif Bank launches new online services

Vodafone Malta and RIM launch the BlackBerry Bold Smartphone in Malta

Access the Maltese Bond and Equity Market through Valletta Fund Management’s range of Investment Funds

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