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Pastoral letter by the Bishops on the occasion of Lent 2011

A Pastoral Letter by the Bishops on the occasion of Lent 2011. God’s Reasoning – Christ’s Reasoning Brothers and Sisters, For the Christian Community, Lent is a time to reflect upon the will of God the Father and how our Lord Jesus Christ accomplished it by his death on the cross. It is also an [...]
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Any dealings with Gaddafi regime should be delcared – AD

In view of the freezing of all assets belonging to the Gaddafi family and their immediate entourage, Alternattiva Demokratika said that those who are playing down the Libya issue should declare whether they have any financial or business interests with the Gaddafi regime. Michael Briguglio, AD Chairperson, said. “The silence of some on the Libya [...]
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Nine people arrested at Gharb farmhouse after drugs find

Nine people have been arrested at a farmhouse in Gharb on suspicion of drug abuse. In a statement, the police said that at around 5am they were advised that the public peace was being breached at a farmhouse in Gharb. The police investigating the complaint carried out a search and discovered cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy pills [...]
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Transport Malta issues applications for New Taxi Licences

The Taxi Services Regulations published in 2010 require Transport Malta to issue 50 new Taxi licenses by 2012. Twenty of these licenses are in the process of being allotted, whilst the next 20 are being issued through this call. The last 10 licenses will be issued in 2012. This does not apply to Electric Mini [...]
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New EU facts & figures for International Womens Day 2011

Among the 200 million private households in the EU27, what share consists of single women with or without children? And what proportion are couples? How does the number of children affect the employment rate of both mothers and fathers? How do women and men perceive their general health? Answers to these questions can be found [...]
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Perit Alexander Borg appointed MEPA enforcement Director

The Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA) has appointed Perit Alexander Borg as the Enforcement Director. Perit Alexander Borg graduated as an architect from the University of Malta in 1993, following which he obtained a Masters degree from the University of Aberdeen in Rural and Regional Resources Planning. He has been employed with the Authority [...]
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