MHRA head dismisses “illegal actions”
Justin Zammit Tabona, President of the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association, yesterday poured cold water on rumours that his organisation will be directing its members to stop their contributions to the Malta Tourism Authority when talking to Business Today.
Air Malta chairman Lawrence Zammit yesterday hoped for a decision on low-cost airlines that will be “in the interest of the whole industry” and not just “part” of the tourism sector, in what could be interpreted as veiled cautionary advice to government.
The pension time bomb is ticking louder as the first recruits from the Maltese post World War II generation have started to join the ranks of pensioners.
The newly-opened Lux Pavilion, Portomaso’s high-end retail store outside the Hilton Hotel, is set to become a new casino.
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The bashing Winston J. Zahra gave the Malta Tourism Authority last week came as a surprise for most who are not in tune with the tourism industry.READ MORE >>