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Matthew Vella is executive editor at MaltaToday.
Greens commend tax avoidance agreement clinched by Edward Scicluna
Business News 12:26

Arnold Cassola: ‘Agreement should spell the beginning of the end of potential tax dodgers of the ilk of Konrad Mizzi, Keith Schembri and Ninu Zammit’

‘Seminarians can leave if they don’t agree with Pope’, Archbishop warned novices
National 23-02

National Catholic Register says Charles Scicluna confirmed that he told seminaries that the seminary gate was open to those who don't toe the Roman line

Busuttil will sack police chief, ‘police must investigate textbook case of money laundering’
National 22-02

PN leader says PANA committee unequivocal on Panama offshore company set-up chosen by former minister and PM chief of staff

NGOs urge government to work together to avoid migrant hopelessness
National 22-02

“Frederick is by no means the first casualty of the hopelessness and despair induced by government decisions that significantly reduce the rights of migrants and leave people in a state of limbo for years on end with no way out”

Malta used for aggressive tax planning, European Commission says in 2017 report
Europe 22-02

EC says Malta has taken steps to address unfair tax rules, says island is now presiding over €900 million gaming industry, but housing prices may fall out of pace with slower income growth

Panama Papers | Nexia BT publishes answers to PANA committee questions
National 22-02

Mossack Fonseca agents who acquired Egrant shelf company said they had denied back in April 2016 to Malta Independent that Maltese prime minister was ultimate beneficiary

Maltese soft drinks industry to reduce added sugars by 10% by 2020
Health 22-02

Local pledge to contribute to delivery of European 10% sugar reduction commitment 

Press charges: a new defamation Bill ignites the debate on journalism
National 22-02

But apart from removing precautionary warrants for those charged with defamation, the new Bill is also attempting to bring the online world at par with the print media, the usual defendants in libel cases

Reporting Bogdanovic’s police bail release was not irresponsible
Blogs 22-02

Magistrate Joe Mifsud ignores the Vassallo inquiry that proves Malta’s police is wedded to people of influence

Malta one of fastest-growing economies in Europe – IMF assessment
Business News 22-02

Robust job growth and low unemployment, and improved public finances, keep buoyant economy on road to further growth

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