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Among the assets given by the PN administration under very suspicious deals were Mid-Med Bank, the Enemalta Petroleum Division, Maltacom and the shipyards, as well as land in Kalkara given for the SmartCity "scam", Manoel Island and Tigne Point, Portomaso, and Fort Chambray. Meanwhile, the ...
Public companies such as Sea Malta and Maltacom were privatised and some closed down. Energy prices for households and businesses increased through the imposition of a surcharge to cover rising oil prices. The measures hurt people and yet they also helped the country weather the worst impacts of ...

Few investors may recall that GO plc (previously Maltacom) held a 20 per cent stake in Vodafone Malta but was then obliged to sell this shareholding once Maltacom applied for a mobile telephony licence. On September 1, 2003, the 20 per cent stake was sold for €30 million thereby valuing Vodafone at ...
An overwhelming majority of the 8,000 individual private shareholders in GO plc have turned down an offer from Tunisia's major telecoms company to buy their shares. According to an official company announcement, issued by GO's company secretary Francis Galea Salomone, by the end of the ...
The government had also offered to forgive some €1 million in debt that the Foundation had loaned from it in 1998 so as to have the capital to purchase shares in the company, that was back then called Maltacom. Earlier this year, GO selected Tunisie Telecom – Tunisia's telecommunications operators – as ...
Tunisie Telecom beat Bahrain's Batelco in the race to become preferred bidder. Go shortlisted both companies earlier in May to buy up the company. Batelco told the Bahrain bourse on Tuesday that it is no longer in talks about acquiring Go. Go, formerly Maltacom, provides fixed, mobile, digital TV and ...

A former commercial director of Maltacom, Richard Attard, 61, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail and fined €5,000 after being convicted of being in aggravated possession of ecstasy and cocaine. Police Constable Trevor Cassar Mallia told the court that following the granting of a search ...
The First Hall of the Civil Court, presided over by Madame Justice Lorraine Schembri Orland, on May 30, 2013, in the case “Rose Zammit vs Maltacom plc and Enemalta Corporation” held both Enemalta and Maltacom responsible for damage caused by wires and cables that were fixed against a private ...
Among the assets given by the PN administration, under very suspicious deals, we find Mid-Med Bank, the Enemalta Petroleum Division, Maltacom and the shipyards, as well as land in Kalkara given for SmartCity, Manoel Island and Tigne Point, Portomaso, and Fort Chambray. In continuity with this pattern, ...
The government never gave away the land, it's a concession with a time frame and conditions unlike what the PN did with Smart City,the Maltacom land at Qawra given away free to the Dubai owners of Go or to the property of MidMed bank sold to HSBC for 10 million Mala liri, that is 23M Euro,less than it ...
Malta Enterprise is attempting to keep a memorandum of understanding (MoU) it signed with Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) under wraps in a year-long battle over a freedom of information request from the Times of Malta. The request was filed in November 2016 after this paper learnt that the MoU had ...
Public companies such as Sea Malta and Maltacom were privatised and some closed down. Energy prices for households and businesses increased through the imposition of a surcharge to cover rising oil prices. The measures hurt people and yet they also helped the country weather the worst impacts of ...
Few investors may recall that GO plc (previously Maltacom) held a 20 per cent stake in Vodafone Malta but was then obliged to sell this shareholding once Maltacom applied for a mobile telephony licence. On September 1, 2003, the 20 per cent stake was sold for €30 million thereby valuing Vodafone at ...
An overwhelming majority of the 8,000 individual private shareholders in GO plc have turned down an offer from Tunisia's major telecoms company to buy their shares. According to an official company announcement, issued by GO's company secretary Francis Galea Salomone, by the end of the ...
The biggest shareholder in Go plc, Emirates International Telecommunications (EIT), said today that while it is selling its 60 per cent in stake in the communications company, it will retain its shareholding in Malta Properties Limited, which was hived off from GO last week. It also said no buyer for the GO ...
A former commercial director of Maltacom, Richard Attard, 61, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail and fined €5,000 after being convicted of being in aggravated possession of ecstasy and cocaine. Police Constable Trevor Cassar Mallia told the court that following the granting of a search ...
The First Hall of the Civil Court, presided over by Madame Justice Lorraine Schembri Orland, on May 30, 2013, in the case “Rose Zammit vs Maltacom plc and Enemalta Corporation” held both Enemalta and Maltacom responsible for damage caused by wires and cables that were fixed against a private ...

Few investors may recall that GO plc (previously Maltacom) held a 20 per cent stake in Vodafone Malta but was then obliged to sell this shareholding once Maltacom applied for a mobile telephony licence. On September 1, 2003, the 20 per cent stake was sold for €30 million thereby valuing Vodafone at ...
An overwhelming majority of the 8,000 individual private shareholders in GO plc have turned down an offer from Tunisia's major telecoms company to buy their shares. According to an official company announcement, issued by GO's company secretary Francis Galea Salomone, by the end of the ...
The GO Employees Foundation, formerly known as Maltacom Foundation, was set up in 1998 when the telecoms company was originally privatised. At the time, the government agreed to give a loan to the foundation to buy about three million shares so that employees would be given a sum of money upon ...
Malta's oldest and largest telecommunications company is expected to be acquired by one of two Arab companies vying for its majority shareholding. Industry sources said that two final bids were submitted to Go: by Batelco – Bahrain Telecoms Corporation – and by Tunisie Telecom, which is Tunisia's ...
The time has come for the government to take decisions on Air Malta on the same model as successfully adopted for Enemalta, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said today. In Enemalta the government brought in foreign (Chinese) investors who acquired a third of the company for some €320 million.
The biggest shareholder in Go plc, Emirates International Telecommunications (EIT), said today that while it is selling its 60 per cent in stake in the communications company, it will retain its shareholding in Malta Properties Limited, which was hived off from GO last week. It also said no buyer for the GO ...
Mr Camilleri was a director of several government entities including the Freeport and Maltacom. He was also deputy chairman at Mid-Med Bank. He served as president of the Floriana football club. He was born in Floriana and lived in Birkirkara. He was married to Mary Galea and they had three children.
A former commercial director of Maltacom, Richard Attard, 61, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail and fined €5,000 after being convicted of being in aggravated possession of ecstasy and cocaine. Police Constable Trevor Cassar Mallia told the court that following the granting of a search ...
The First Hall of the Civil Court, presided over by Madame Justice Lorraine Schembri Orland, on May 30, 2013, in the case “Rose Zammit vs Maltacom plc and Enemalta Corporation” held both Enemalta and Maltacom responsible for damage caused by wires and cables that were fixed against a private ...
Renee Laiviera, Commissioner of the National Commission for the Promotion of Equality, discusses the barriers that keep women from entering ...
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, taking up an issue that has infuriated President Donald Trump, went on the attack against a "culture of ...
Businesses which glamorise the exploitation and objectification of women for profit should be closed not regulated, the Malta Confederation of ...
A resident holds a placard " I don't want to go, I'm staying" during a protest in Venice. Photo: Reuters. Chronic overcrowding in some of ...
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat today paid tribute in Cospicua to former Prime Minister Dom Mintoff on the hundred and first anniversary of his ...
Dozens of Yemenis and Iranians who won the chance to immigrate to the United States sued the US State Department today for not processing ...
Nearly two years after unearthing a tennis ball-sized 1,109-carat rough diamond, Lucara Diamond Corp is considering forming a partnership to ...
Former drug company executive Martin Shkreli arrives at the US District Court in Brooklyn. Photo: Reuters. Former drug company executive ...
A 74-year-old Dingli woman was tragically killed this afternoon when her 71-year-old husband accidentally ran her over as she was guiding ...
US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin addressing a news conference at the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting in Baden-Baden, Germany, last weekend.
Radiotherapy for breast cancer is much more likely to trigger fatal lung cancer or heart attacks in smokers, a study has found. Women who smoke are 10 times more likely to die from the conditions than non-smokers given the same treatment, the research ...
Formula One's new rules are "just what the doctor ordered", even if rival teams have become more competitive, according to Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff.
The Planning Authority's decision to turn down an application for intensive development of land in Mosta's periphery is an indication that "hopefully, common sense is not completely absent", Alternattiva Demokratika said.
Revenue from sport games increased by 25 per cent in the first six months as a result of the football finals held in France last June.
Not for many, but for some, money really does make the world go round. Let's face it, in this day and age, where everyday life has become more materialistic and people have become more ambitious and push themselves even further in life, the sense of ...
Deloitte failed to confirm if the SD Group or any of its subsidiaries were their clients. The audit firm engaged by the government to advise it on the value of the ITS land in St George's Bay has been providing services to various companies associated ...
A man was handed an effective jail term after pleading guilty to his involvement in the rape of a Filipino man two years ago. Helms Mohamed Elmosaty, 26, an Egyptian, had been charged with having knowingly assisted in the commission of the rape and ...
Angelo Sciberras, Air Malta's Manager France, Benelux & Switzerland (right) receives the award from Brussels Airport Company CEO, Arnaud Feist.
A 39-year-old Iklin man was grievously injured this morning after he lost control of his Toyota Dyna car and smashed into a tree in Santa Lucija.
European Union leaders will meet on April 29 to collectively agree a Brexit negotiating position ahead of withdrawal talks with Britain, European Council president Donald Tusk has announced.
Weather and climate extremes have continued into 2017 after last year saw record breaking temperatures, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said.
The Trump administration confirmed today it is imposing new restrictions on electronic devices carried by travellers coming to the United States from 10 airports mainly in the Middle East and North Africa in response to unspecified terror threats.
Modern life could be putting health at risk by damaging our ancient sense of smell, a leading scientist claims. Traffic pollution, uncollected rubbish and messy homes are all having a harmful effect on the nose, says Kara Hoover, an expert in olfactory ...
The MV Euroferry Malta from Salerno to Salerno, the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Catania (Sullivan Maritime), the Antwerp from Algiers to Skikda (Thomas Smith Shipping Ltd) and the La Suprema from Genoa to Genoa (Gollcher Co.


 

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