Just as everyone’s attention was gripped by the new development zones, which extend development in a horizontal direction, MEPA has identified nine sites as the appropriate locations for high rise development where buildings are set to rise above eleven storeys. READ MORE >>
The Transport Authority has just suspended the fifth driving test examiner out of a total of six as police investigations into the bribery scandal enters its third week.
Maltese entrepreneur Mario Debono has embarked on a challenging mission; seducing the Chinese with the irresistible smell of the freshly baked Maltese loaf.
The Malta Financial Services Authority has published guidelines for companies on how to convert share capital from Malta Lira into Euro when the latter becomes the sole legal tender in Malta. The guidelines have been endorsed by the National Euro Changeover Committee.
As Euro changeover day approaches, the controversy deepens amid contrasting views that the Euro will either give us balmy days or raise prices sky high READ MORE >>
- Karm Farrugia
“A banker is he who happily offers you an umbrella but wants it back immediately it starts to rain” - My lecturer as a Banking Student in London READ MORE >>
It possibly came late in the day but the Green Party’s opposition to government’s plans to extend the development zones was a foregone conclusion given the environmental impact cabinet’s decision is bound to have. READ MORE >>
Speech delivered at the business breakfast organised jointly between Business Today and the GRTU on the occasion of European SME day last week
The proposal for a directive on services in the internal market for Malta: what next? Speech delivered at the Business Today GRTU business breakfast