TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Social partners form common front for budget

Karl Stagno-Navarra

All social partners have urged government to commit to the necessity and importance of what they defined as “effective” and “genuine” social dialogue towards the formulation and implementation of social and economic policy. >>

Social partners call for reforms in stipends and social benefits

Social partners agree on COLA to stay

Fine & Country Real Estate now in Malta

President George Abela visits the BOV Centre

Open Day at MCAST this Friday

Mixed feelings over summer performance

Do we have an identity crisis here?

European young science stars selected to shine in Paris

Shaken Arabia

Recent Interviews

Pierre Cassar Diane Izzo Massimo Prelz
Desmond Vella Francis Xavier Tabone Joeph F.X. Zahra
Luigi Crispino Pasquale Pistone Stuart Fairbairn
George Fenech Lionel Lapira Silvia Damiani
Chris Grech Michael C. Kamsky Herbert Kaufman
Duncan Barbaro Sant Alfred Farrugia Mario Galea
Cenk Kahraman Joe Gasan Joanna Drake
Jean Cali Joaquim Silva Pinto Herbert Skok
Helga Ellul Tonio Fenech Dr Firas Abouzaki
Joe Grima Ernest-Antoine Selliere Louise Stanton
Clayton J. Zammit David Calleja Urry Mario Balzan Demajo
Marco Frik George Bonello Dupuis Michael Pace Ross
Lisa Grech Tonio Depasquale Joe Grech


Let your fingers do the walking

After the consolidation of the marketing function with Yellow Pages last July, Carmen Ciantar was brought on board as the company’s new marketing manager. In this interview, she talks about the forward-thinking company’s plans to grow further, with new staff recruitment being under way. By DAVID DARMANIN >>

Timing headaches
With all the media hype sending warning signals of a summer of horrors, many tourism operators, tourism service providers and tourist product manufacturers prepared themselves for a worst case scenario prior to the start of the peak season. >>

George M. Mangion
Attracting investment
A siren call by the Prime Minister urged us all to take courage and look hopeful for a brighter future. This was very much the cornerstone of his key speech given at the close of celebrations marking the 45th anniversary of Malta’s independence. The Prime Minister announced new investment which is currently under negotiation and this should translate into hundreds of jobs. >>



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