18 July 2001

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Seminar and workshop on assessment, examination and certification of seafarers
Different methods and procedures for the assessment, examination and certification of seafarers will be discussed during a five day seminar and workshop which is being organized by the International Maritime Organisation in collaboration with the Malta Maritime Authority. The event, the sixth in a series of regional seminars organized worldwide is being held at the Radisson SAS Bay Point Resort and was inaugurated by the Hon. Censu Galea, Minister for Transport and Communications

Crown Works/Horn Works Action Plan approved
The Planning Authority has approved an action plan for the Crown Works and Horn Works area in Blata l-Bajda. The Plan includes two major proposals: A park and ride scheme for Valletta and Floriana and a Carnival Centre. The Plan has been presented to Government for its approval.

Trade license procedure revamped
A new draft law states that trade licences will no longer be issued by police stations but rather from the relevant authority or department responsible for the commercial activity in question.

Dalli applauds NAO, stresses that further changes must be made
Speaking at the fourth anniversary of the National Audit Office yesterday, Finance Minister John Dalli applauded the fact that the NAO is undergoing the necessary changes needed for a modern state audit institution

Safer shipping and clean seas
Transport and telecommunications minister Censu Galea argues that safer shipping and cleaner seas is a “culture” he was speaking at a convention held in Malta on Mediterranean Memorandum on port static control at the Radisson


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