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Matthew Vella is executive editor at MaltaToday.
Smart City inked promise-of-sale on Shoreline land before MPs vote on masterplan changes
Townscapes 09:20

A promise-of-sale agreement between SmartCity Malta and the company Ricasoli Properties has already been signed for the sale of land to be developed into the luxury Shoreline apartments, despite changes to the Smart City masterplan not yet having been voted upon by Maltese MPs

Marlene rains on Michelle’s parade in Facebook rant over charity swim
National 23-07

Charity swim does little to soften MP’s dislike for Labour’s first family…

Maltese taxpayer will pay Vitals nearly €70 million a year for hospital beds
National 23-07

Leaked copy of Vitals agreement with Maltese government reveals cost of mandatory condition for State to take out 712 beds every year from hospitals it is leasing out to private consortium

Is the Melita-Vodafone deal good for you? Rival CEOs have 4 things to say
Technology 23-07

Takeover or merger? Higher or better prices? How GO’s CEO Attila Keszeg and Melita’s Harald Rösch describe the Melita-Vodafone deal

No value for money in Fekruna Bay expropriation – NAO
Townscapes 19-07

The failure to apply planning policies on the expropriation of the land at Fekruna Bay in St Paul’s Bay resulted in an adverse impact of €1.12 million, a report by the National Audit Office published Monday, concluded

‘Safety’ is key for travellers choosing European destinations
Travel 19-07

Malta retains top five ranking in European Travel Commission’s trending destinations in 2017

‘Opportunist, megalomaniac’ Adrian Delia irks former MP Franco Debono
National 18-07

PN leadership hopeful Adrian Delia said Franco Debono was no longer relevant to the PN, so Debono spat back…

Panama polemicist Mark Sammut and his Gibraltar company sued over copyright breach
Court & Police 18-07

University of Malta professor sues Panama Papers polemicist Mark Sammut and his Gibraltar publishing firm over intellectual property breach

Simon Busuttil refuses to disclose FIAU leak in magisterial inquiry
National 14-07

PN leader Simon Busuttil has been asked by magistrate leading inquiry into FIAU leaks to disclose source of his information

Franco Debono had a survey commissioned asking people ‘whether he was right’ back in 2012
National 14-07

The former Nationalist MP Franco Debono had a survey ask people whether he was right in his “proposals and critiques” before the 2013 election

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