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Tribunal slams transport authority over ‘substandard’ post-VRT checks on cars

Transport Malta has been slammed for making “substandard” random checks on cars that have passed the VRT. “If Transport Malta expects a certain level of seriousness in the way VRT tests are conducted, it cannot then conduct post-VRT ...

Two private pension schemes announced

Two private schemes were announced yesterday as part of the government’s drive to encourage low and middle-income families to take up third pillar pensions. The so-called third pillar involves making voluntary contributions to private pension ...

Thieves targeting electricity cables for the copper

Tens of households have ended up without power over the past few weeks, sparking an intensive police investigation into the theft of live overhead electricity cables. The cables have been cut away and stolen from a number of places in the south, Times ...

50 drivers have licence suspended for exeeding points threshold

50 drivers have had their licences suspended this year because they went over the 12-point limit, Transport Minister Joe Mizzi said. He explained in reply to a parliamentary question that all new driving licences are being issued under the points ...

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