6 FEBRUARY 2002

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No service bonus for early retirement takers - Gonzi
Workers who are 56 years and over will not be receiving their service bonus if they choose to take up a retirement scheme which lately came in to force at both the Drydocks and the Malta Shipbuilding. READ MORE >>

Feisty president set to give Chamber much higher profile
The launch into the public eye of the newly-appointed president of the Chamber of Commerce has been far from low profile. Almost as soon as he was appointed, Reginald Fava found himself in the spotlight when he answered HSBC Chief Executive Tom Robson’s criticism of the business world with a strongly-worded response of his own. READ MORE >>

Hardman Resources ‘considerably upgrades’
Malta oil prospect Australian oil firm Hardman Resources said on Monday that the latest seismic studies and oil seep work carried out by the company have considerably upgraded the prospects of a viable oil find offshore Malta. READ MORE >>

Hauliers’ industrial action at Lab wharf
Marika Azzopardi talks to Sea Malta chief Marlene Mizzi and GRTU head Vince Farrugia about the hauliers’ action against Sea Malta. READ MORE >>

 



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