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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 ...

Malta’s transformed insurance market

Insurance activities have long been part of Malta’s tradition because of the link with Malta’s maritime trade with other Mediterranean countries. This long tradition can be traced as far back as the fourteenth century, when Maltese merchants ...

Europe issues revised Solvency II legislation

The European Union has published a revised draft of the Delegated Acts on Friday, 10th October 2014. These new rules amongst other things, introduced some changes which would be welcomed by the Insurance industry, such as the capital charges that would ...

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