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‘Concert under the Stars 2014? in aid of the Gozo CCU Foundation

‘Concert Under The Stars 2014,’ the very popular annual event organised by the Gozo CCU Foundation, is taking place this year on Sunday, the 6th of July, The concert will be held as usual in the Gardens of Ta’ Frenc, and once again it promises to be a wonderful evening with food prepared by Executive […]
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Thematic Country Review on Apprenticeships to be completed in 2015

The Minister of Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo and Director James Calleja, Director of the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) launched the Thematic Country Review on Apprenticeships (TCRA) for Malta at the Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry. In his introductory speech Minster Bartolo referred to apprenticeships as an excellent link […]
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Daniel Sultana ordained priest during ceremony at the Gozo Cathedral

The Rite of Ordination of Deacon Daniel Sultana, was presided over by His Lordship Mgr Mario Grech, Bishop of Gozo at the Gozo Cathedral on Friday evening. About fifty priests concelebrated with the Bishop. The candidate hails from the Parish of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Xaghra. During the Rite, the candidate was […]
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Government subsidies for industry – new EU rules to boost R&D

The EU is to make it easier for Governments to help companies as part of an overhaul of rules designed to boost growth and encourage research and innovation. One of the main aims of the reforms is to focus resources on investigating the cases of Government support (‘state aid’ as it is known in Brussels) […]
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Government to open new centralised MCAST Campus in Gozo – Prime Minister

The Prime Minister Dr Joseph Muscat, speaking at a political activity in Nadur this morning, said that last Saturday’s elections showed that last year’s vote was not a one in a million chance, not a coincidence, but that the Maltese people wanted change. The Labour Movement has “re-written the history books” and the MEP Elections […]
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Enemalta scheduled power suspension in Ghajnsielem on Tuesday

Enemalta has advised that due to scheduled maintenance works on the electricity grid in Gozo, there will be power cuts in (or in parts of) the following areas of Ghajnsielem, on Tuesday, the 3rd of June, between 8.30am and 3.00pm. TRIQ WIED IR-RAJJES, TREJQET IL- HAMRI, SQAQ IL- HAMRI, SQAQ NRU. 3, PJAZZA TAD- DEHRA, […]
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Classical Gems: Concert by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra in Victoria

On the occasion of Jum il-Belt Victoria, which falls on the 10th of June, the Victoria Local Council is organising a number of activities in commemoration of the 126th anniversary of the conferral of the City Status to Rabat. It was on this very day, in 1887, that a Government Notice announced that Her Majesty […]
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Tourism Minister presents Eco-certificates for Gozitan farmhouses

The Tourism Minister Dr Edward Zammit Lewis, in a ceremony on Friday, presented Eco-certificates to the first 7 farmhouses in Gozo that reached the required criteria of the scheme, which was launched in Gozo last year and is an extension of the certification scheme for hotels. The scheme is aimed at strengthening the development of […]
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Positive results for the Left in Europe, says the Communist Party of Malta

“The increase in support achieved by the communists and left wing forces in European Elections augers well in the struggle for a Social Europe, for Peace and Solidarity,” stated the Communist Party of Malta. It added, “the total support for these parties translated into an increase in the number of MEPs from 34 in 2009 […]
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