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Paul Cocks joined MaltaToday after having spent years working in newspapers with The Times, and later The People, as well as in the print industry.
[WATCH] Joseph Muscat sees no irony in Panama being blacklisted
National 07-12

Joseph Muscat says that he sees no irony in supporting a decision by the EU to include Panama in a tax haven blacklist when he had retained one of his ministers and his own chief of staff after they were found to have opened secret accounts in Panama

[WATCH] Malta PM denounces Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital
National 07-12

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said he fears that the decision by US President Donald Trump to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel could reignite tensions in the region and fuel extremism

Vote16: 'You will be making history,' PM tells students
National 07-12

'By 2019, when the country next votes in the European Parliament elections, you youngsters will be making history,' said Joseph Muscat

Air Malta posts €13 million loss, will hive off Heathrow, Gatwick slots in new state company
National 02-12

Hiving-off of precious UK airport slots will allow Air Malta to raise funds through shares now that it can no longer receive any state aid

Don’t call it a property bubble: developers say ‘some overheating’ in housing market
Property 30-11

A study of Malta’s construction industry and property market highlights alarming increase in rent prices, fuelled by an increasing influx of expats, with rents rising at a much faster rate than property prices

Salaries in financial services sector reached €353 million in 2016
Business News 29-11

The 10,345 persons employed within the Malta financial services sector earned €34,000 each, on average in 2016 as the sector’s output production grew to €5.95 billion

Bank feared PN could not repay €7m debt
National 26-11

Party leader Adrian Delia said the present administration might consider expanding on on what he described as an intelligent move by the previous PN administration

Italy’s ‘Mani Pulite’ prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro to address Civil Society demonstration
National 23-11

Former Italian anti-corruption prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro, who brought down the entire political system in the 1990s, will address a 3 December demonstration calling for justice, organised by the Civil Society Network

Updated | Muscat calls on financial services operators to help engage critics
National 23-11

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat insists Malta should not adopt a siege mentality despite all the criticism against the country's financial services sector

Updated | PN funds to run out by end of January
National 22-11

The Nationalist Party is selling more of its clubs – including the Zejtun and Naxxar clubs – in a bid to boost finances, which will otherwise not last beyond the end of January • PN denies its finances are in a dire state • Ann Fenech reacts

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