12 July 2006

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MLP will not divulge Chircop’s pension report
James Debono
The Labour Party will not divulge the contents of opposition spokesperson Karl Chircop’s pension reform report, limiting itself to a four page reaction denying the existence of a pension crisis before 2025 and delaying reform till 2011.

Majority to visit trade fair, most will not spend anything
James Debono
With the most exciting world cup matches still being played, it was a slow start for the 49 edition of the Malta International trade fair at Naxxar. But judging by the results of MaltaToday’s July survey most Maltese people will not lose their appointment with this annual event.

Minister seeks consultation over new MTA chairman
Matthew Vella
Tourism Minister Francis Zammit Dimech is meeting with stakeholders in a bid to find a suitable candidate for the chairmanship of the Malta Tourism Authority.

Ambassador to Spain silent on resignation call
Karl Schembri
Malta’s Ambassador to Spain, Gaetan Naudi, has said he will limit his response to Labour’s call for his resignation in written replies to the Foreign Ministry, in the wake of a damning National Audit Office report detailing the squandering of public funds at the defunct Voice of the Mediterranean three years ago.

Maltacom goes cool on 3G and DTTV
Kurt Sansone
Go Mobile may be providing its customers with television streaming over its current upgraded network but the decision whether the company will roll out third generation (3G) technology, which would allow all sorts of data services to be provided over the network, still has to be taken by the new board of directors.

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