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There were conspiracies to kill us: Gotabaya

There had always been conspiracies to kill us. There were death threats even when Prabhakaran was alive. But we endured all these threats due to virtues we posses, former Secretary of Defence Gotabaya Rajapaksa said.
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There were conspiracies to kill us: Gotabaya

There had always been conspiracies to kill us. There were death threats even when Prabhakaran was alive. But we endured all these threats due to virtues we posses, former Secretary of Defence Gotabaya Rajapaksa said.

Never wash your dirty laundry in public- Mahela

Commenting on recent series of developments in Sri Lankan cricket, former captain Mahela Jayawardane said that the emotional decisions are not allways correct.
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Never wash your dirty laundry in public- Mahela

Commenting on recent series of developments in Sri Lankan cricket, former captain Mahela Jayawardane said that the emotional decisions are not allways correct.

Cut down on luxury spending to stabilize LKR: Dr. Harsha

State Minister of National Policies and Economic Affairs Dr Harsha de Silva asked the high-income earners of the country to be socially conscious to help cut the demand at the margin in the face of the rapid rupee depreciation.
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Cut down on luxury spending to stabilize LKR: Dr. Harsha

State Minister of National Policies and Economic Affairs Dr Harsha de Silva asked the high-income earners of the country to be socially conscious to help cut the demand at the margin in the face of the rapid rupee depreciation.

Land subsidence a dire threat to Tehran

TEHRAN — Depletion of groundwater resources and pumping water excessively out of the ground at a faster rate that is replenished over the long-term have led to land subsidence and constitute a serious threat to Tehran.
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Land subsidence a dire threat to Tehran

TEHRAN — Depletion of groundwater resources and pumping water excessively out of the ground at a faster rate that is replenished over the long-term have led to land subsidence and constitute a serious threat to Tehran.

Space tech, domestic industry should be connected: minister

TEHRAN – The connection of space technology to the domestic industry should be on high agenda for the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) and the Iranian Space Research Center (ISRC), the information and communication technology (ICT) minister has said.
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Space tech, domestic industry should be connected: minister

TEHRAN – The connection of space technology to the domestic industry should be on high agenda for the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) and the Iranian Space Research Center (ISRC), the information and communication technology (ICT) minister has said.

Iranian knowledge-based firms to boost ties with Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan

TEHRAN -- A delegation of Iranian knowledge-based companies will travel to Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan to boost cooperation with the two countries, Iran’s Tech-Export Services Corridor website announced.
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Iranian knowledge-based firms to boost ties with Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan

TEHRAN -- A delegation of Iranian knowledge-based companies will travel to Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan to boost cooperation with the two countries, Iran’s Tech-Export Services Corridor website announced.

Inter-district soccer tournament ends in a pulsating floodlit match in the capital Mogadishu

Somalia’s capital city of Mogadishu exploded into excitement last night, as two football teams from Benadir Region, where the capital lies, tussled it out for the final place in the month-long district soccer tournament.
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Inter-district soccer tournament ends in a pulsating floodlit match in the capital Mogadishu

Somalia’s capital city of Mogadishu exploded into excitement last night, as two football teams from Benadir Region, where the capital lies, tussled it out for the final place in the month-long district soccer tournament.

Infogram: Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda - Disaster displacements figures

Two Horn of African countries – Somalia and Ethiopia along with East African neighbours Kenya and Uganda were the worst affected by natural disasters leading to internal displacements, a September 2018 report has noted.
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Infogram: Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda - Disaster displacements figures

Two Horn of African countries – Somalia and Ethiopia along with East African neighbours Kenya and Uganda were the worst affected by natural disasters leading to internal displacements, a September 2018 report has noted.

US F-35s poised to make first combat mission

While Israel laid claim to being the first country ever to use the US-made F-35 fighter jet in combat, the US may follow suit soon, according to defense officials.
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US F-35s poised to make first combat mission

While Israel laid claim to being the first country ever to use the US-made F-35 fighter jet in combat, the US may follow suit soon, according to defense officials.

World Tourism Day reminder about importance of preserving history of a nation

TEHRAN — Speaking of Iranian history, the first thing that comes to the mind is Cultural Heritage. This social phenomenon is a heritage from far back in the past and can determine a nation’s history and civilization.
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World Tourism Day reminder about importance of preserving history of a nation

TEHRAN — Speaking of Iranian history, the first thing that comes to the mind is Cultural Heritage. This social phenomenon is a heritage from far back in the past and can determine a nation’s history and civilization.

MSNBC pundit Joy Reid sued for defamation after siccing her followers on Trump supporter

MSNBC host Joy Reid has been sued by a woman who received a torrent of verbal abuse, including death threats, from Reid’s Twitter base after the host accused her of hurling racial slurs at a 14-year old. Read Full Article at RT.com
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MSNBC pundit Joy Reid sued for defamation after siccing her followers on Trump supporter

MSNBC host Joy Reid has been sued by a woman who received a torrent of verbal abuse, including death threats, from Reid’s Twitter base after the host accused her of hurling racial slurs at a 14-year old. Read Full Article at RT.com

Plastic policy hotline in place

A week after announcing a ban on single-use plastic bags and other plastic items, the government has established a plastic policy hotline to receive comments and queries about the ban, which takes effect on Tuesday, January 1, 2019. The public is...
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Plastic policy hotline in place

A week after announcing a ban on single-use plastic bags and other plastic items, the government has established a plastic policy hotline to receive comments and queries about the ban, which takes effect on Tuesday, January 1, 2019. The public is...

NERHA acts quickly to stem mosquito threat

The North East Regional Health Authority (NERHA) has acted quickly to stem the spread of mosquitoes in Douglas Castle, St Ann, after a Television Jamaica report on September 15 highlighted a threat in the community.Weeks of rainfall had led to...
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NERHA acts quickly to stem mosquito threat

The North East Regional Health Authority (NERHA) has acted quickly to stem the spread of mosquitoes in Douglas Castle, St Ann, after a Television Jamaica report on September 15 highlighted a threat in the community.Weeks of rainfall had led to...

York Castle Alumni donates $1m, launches 5K Walk/Run

The York Castle Alumni, led by new president Jennifer 'Jenny Jenny' Small, on Wednesday, September 19 handed over a cheque for one million dollars to the school, while launching the inaugural 5K Walk/Run on October 13 to raise additional funds for...
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York Castle Alumni donates $1m, launches 5K Walk/Run

The York Castle Alumni, led by new president Jennifer 'Jenny Jenny' Small, on Wednesday, September 19 handed over a cheque for one million dollars to the school, while launching the inaugural 5K Walk/Run on October 13 to raise additional funds for...

Wisynco inks sweet deal with Worthy Park

Come Thursday, November 1, Wisynco Group Limited will begin exclusive distribution of the Worthy Park Estate Limited branded line of spirits, and its branded sugar on January 1, 2019, when the new crop starts.The announcement, which was made at the...
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Wisynco inks sweet deal with Worthy Park

Come Thursday, November 1, Wisynco Group Limited will begin exclusive distribution of the Worthy Park Estate Limited branded line of spirits, and its branded sugar on January 1, 2019, when the new crop starts.The announcement, which was made at the...

Stacy Ann Stoner: Making a difference one life at a time

For as long as she can remember, Stacy Ann Stoner has always had a desire to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. It was a burden she bore until December 2014 when she founded the Stoner's Hope Foundation, with the main focus being...
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Stacy Ann Stoner: Making a difference one life at a time

For as long as she can remember, Stacy Ann Stoner has always had a desire to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. It was a burden she bore until December 2014 when she founded the Stoner's Hope Foundation, with the main focus being...

Aramco marks National Day with expo on role in development of Saudi Arabia

Tue, 2018-09-25 22:20 JEDDAH: Saudi Aramco held a five-day exhibition in celebration of Saudi Arabia's National Day at the Mall of Arabia in Jeddah city from Sept. 21. The exhibition featured the role and contributions of Saudi Aramco in nation building wi
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Aramco marks National Day with expo on role in development of Saudi Arabia

Tue, 2018-09-25 22:20 JEDDAH: Saudi Aramco held a five-day exhibition in celebration of Saudi Arabia's National Day at the Mall of Arabia in Jeddah city from Sept. 21. The exhibition featured the role and contributions of Saudi Aramco in nation building within the frame of Vision 2030. The exhibition, which ended on on Monday, took as its slogan: «Expressing a national power .. and translating an ambitious vision.» It was divided into five sections including citizenship, which represented initiatives for create innovative solutions to create economic participation in the community and to push it forward. Another section looking at empowerment focused on women, young people and successful entrepreneurs. It included programs for the knowledge economy and spreading the culture of entrepreneurship. In the Creative expression section, heritage and modern art were represented through Saudi artists who embody Saudi Arabia's heritage and its promising future. The exhibition also showcased the activities of King Abdul Aziz International Cultural Center (Ithraa), a portal for knowledge and creativity, which was selected as one of the world's top 100 sites for 2018 by Time magazine. Interactive visual presentations were laid on embodying the spirit of creativity and empowerment in young people. It also allowed visitors to see the company's development initiatives in the field of community service. Reem Ahmad, who attended the exhibition, told Arab News: «I was delighted to visit the Saudi Aramco exhibition today, I enjoyed the interactive experience, everything is beautifully presented. It makes me proud to see such huge achievements presented to the public in an interactive way to visitors of different ages.» Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaSaudi Aramco Saudi Aramco Trading aims for 50% rise in oil trade volume in 2020FaceOf: Amin Al-Nasser, Saudi Aramco president and CEO

Joint Incidents Assessment Team 'abides by transparency' in Yemen

Author: Tue, 2018-09-25 22:35 RIYADH: The spokesman of the Joint Incidents Assessment Team (JIAT) in Yemen, legal consultant Mansour Bin Ahmed Al-Mansour, has stressed that the team abides by transparency in announcing the results of engagement in Yemen
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Joint Incidents Assessment Team 'abides by transparency' in Yemen

Author: Tue, 2018-09-25 22:35 RIYADH: The spokesman of the Joint Incidents Assessment Team (JIAT) in Yemen, legal consultant Mansour Bin Ahmed Al-Mansour, has stressed that the team abides by transparency in announcing the results of engagement in Yemen. Al-Mansour was speaking on Tuesday at a press conference at King Salman Air Base in Riyadh assessing  incidents.  The cases included an incident in Malh Town where Human Rights on Yemen stated that on Feb. 18, 2016, during the intensity of combat, a family tried to leave and Coalition Forces targeted the vehicle, causing the death of nine family members and their relatives, injuring three. JIAT investigations revealed that the target was located 1,600 meters from the coordinate given by the National Commission, and after reviewing the daily mission schedule, JIAT found that there was no air mission on the village of Malh.  It was also claimed that the Coalition Air Forces on Nov. 10, 2017 targeted the ministry of defense and the fall of a missile on Alsa’adi neighborhood next to the ministry injured 23 civilians. JIAT found that there was a gathering of high-level Houthi leaders inside the building so considered it a legitimate military target.  On Feb 2, 2018 an airstrike on a target 500 meters away from the warehouse of the UNHCR in Sa’dah city caused damage to the warehouse and injured the guard. JIAT found that the Coalition Air Forces targeted a legitimate military target (a leader from the Houthi armed militia).  Coalition Forces on March 31, 2015 targeted the national cement factory in Lahj, causing the death of at least 10 people and injuring at least 13 others. JIAT found that the target was 360 meters away from generators and the production line, and was not aimed at the operational infrastructure. JIAT found that the procedures of the coalition in targeting the weapons, ammunition warehouse and AAA inside the factory were in accordance with international humanitarian law. Al-Mansour announced the findings of investigations into the Radfan water factory north of Lahj governorate. JIAT found that intelligence stated that it was used for weapons storage and as a meeting place for hostile elements and was considered a legitimate military target. JIAT looked at a High Commissioner for Human Rights report that stated that on Aug. 7, 2016, Coalition Forces carried out two airstrikes on a residential and commercial building in Sana’a, causing the death of 16 civilians including seven children and a woman, and injuring 24 others. JIAT found that Coalition Forces did not target the buildings and confirmed that the procedures of the coalition in targeting the truck were in accordance with international humanitarian law.  Human Rights Watch stated that on Feb. 14, 2016, Coalition Air Forces targeted the Middle East Tailoring and Embroidery Factory in Sana’a city, causing the death of one laborer and injuring three others.  JIAT found that on Feb. 13, 2016, intelligence received by the Coalition Forces indicated there were meetings of Houthi armed leaders in a hanger in Sana’a that had been used as an embroidery factory before being controlled by the militia. Regarding reports by international organizations about a civilian boat being attacked by a military ship on March 16, 2017, the boat arrived about 30 nautical miles from Alhudaydah port and was intercepted by a military ship that claimed to belong to the Coalition Forces and opened fire. Passengers signaled that they were civilians but the ship opened fire with a submachine gun, and a helicopter took off from the attacking ship and opened fire, causing the death of 33 people, injuring 29.  JIAT found Coalition Forces did not target the refugee boat for several reasons, including that the shooting on the boat was horizontal, making it impossible for it to come from a helicopter, and the size of the weapon used showed the marks of small-caliber fire, not medium or large caliber. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Joint Incident Assessment Team (JIAT) Coalition accepts results of JIAT investigation, pledges to compensate victimsEXCLUSIVE: Head of Yemen fact-finding team explains JIAT’s probing process, stresses independence

Germany, Saudi Arabia agree to turn page after diplomatic row

Wed, 2018-09-26 00:01 JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia on Tuesday welcomed a statement by the German foreign minister pledging his intention to work toward strengthening ties and enhancing cooperation between the two countries.  Riyadh said the relationship between
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Germany, Saudi Arabia agree to turn page after diplomatic row

Wed, 2018-09-26 00:01 JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia on Tuesday welcomed a statement by the German foreign minister pledging his intention to work toward strengthening ties and enhancing cooperation between the two countries.  Riyadh said the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Germany was a “historic and important” one, and the countries played a leading role in bolstering international security and stability, and the global economy.  The Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs, Adel Al-Jubeir, extended an invitation to his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, to visit the Kingdom at the earliest opportunity, “so that both countries may begin a new phase of close cooperation in all areas to the benefit of both our countries and peoples.” Earlier, the German foreign minister said relations had “witnessed misunderstandings” in recent months “which stand in sharp contrast to our otherwise strong and strategic ties. We sincerely regret this.” The minister said: “We should have been clearer in our communications and engagement in order to avoid such misunderstandings. “We aim for close cooperation between our two countries and to this end seek to intensify our dialogue on a broad range of topics. “Saudi Arabia plays an immensely important role for peace and stability in the region and the world. As there is a broad range of bilateral and international issues to discuss, we will do our best to make this partnership with the Kingdom even stronger than before. “Considering our role in Europe and the world, improving our ties with Saudi Arabia will serve the interest of both nations and peoples.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaGermany German consul general hails Saudi reformsSaudi FM: We will consider Qatar’s response carefully before taking stances

Muslim World League launches advanced halal identification system

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1537919859192092800Wed, 2018-09-26 02:56MAKKAH: The Muslim World League on Tuesday launched an advanced halal identification system, which will help to guarantee that all meat products exported to Saudi Arabia, and a number of o
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Muslim World League launches advanced halal identification system

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1537919859192092800Wed, 2018-09-26 02:56MAKKAH: The Muslim World League on Tuesday launched an advanced halal identification system, which will help to guarantee that all meat products exported to Saudi Arabia, and a number of other countries, comply with Shariah standards.The global system, which represents the highest halal standards, will be overseen by the league, which is the only organization in Saudi Arabia, and several other Islamic countries, authorized to issue halal certificates. The Kingdom's grand mufti, Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Al-Sheikh, had previously hailed the efforts of the MWL in this field, and the league has signed agreements with a number of Islamic and non-Islamic countries.“By announcing the launch of the advanced halal identification system, the MWL confirms that it is the only authority responsible for certifying Islamic centers and examination companies working in the halal field across the world,” said MWL spokesman Adel Al-Harbi. He added that he was proud of the new system, representatives of which can be reached at halal@themwl.org.MWL was declared the only legitimate body authorized to export halal products to Saudi Arabia in a royal decree that restricted the issuance of halal certificates to the league in recognition of its international relations, experience in cooperating and coordinating with local and international bodies, and for meeting the Shariah conditions for producing, manufacturing and marketing halal products. The Council of Senior Scholars had issued, through the Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta, headed by the grand mufti, a fatwa stating that the authority responsible for halal meat exported to the Kingdom is MWL. It is the oldest Islamic organization working in the field of halal food, with more than 30 years of experience and offices, partners and Islamic centers around the world.MWL has warned against the practices of some authorities and companies that work in the field, who it says provide misleading and incorrect information and lack legitimate specialization. The MWL pledged to continue to expose violations by these companies. Main category: Saudi Arabia

Saudi flag makes underwater journey for National Day

Author: Wed, 2018-09-26 03:09 JEDDAH: A group of divers in Saudi Arabia’s Jazan province marked the Kingdom’s founding with an undersea tribute to the national symbol on Monday. They carried the Saudi flag in the Red Sea at a depth of 88 feet — t
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Saudi flag makes underwater journey for National Day

Author: Wed, 2018-09-26 03:09 JEDDAH: A group of divers in Saudi Arabia’s Jazan province marked the Kingdom’s founding with an undersea tribute to the national symbol on Monday. They carried the Saudi flag in the Red Sea at a depth of 88 feet — the Kingdom was founded eighty-eight years ago by King Abdulaziz. The divers began their underwater commemoration on the tourist side of Jazan and headed to a site near the island of Ahbar. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabiasaudi national day 2018 Aramco marks National Day with expo on role in development of Saudi ArabiaPilgrims from all nationalities took part in Saudi National Day

Announcements - September 26, 2018

CINI. On September 23, GERALD, former bus dispatcher, passed away peacefully at home. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Carmen, his daughter Janet and her husband Charles, his granddaughter Mandy and her boyfriend Marcio, other family members and friends.
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Announcements - September 26, 2018

CINI. On September 23, GERALD, former bus dispatcher, passed away peacefully at home. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Carmen, his daughter Janet and her husband Charles, his granddaughter Mandy and her boyfriend Marcio, other family members and friends. The funeral leaves Mater Dei Hospital, tomorrow, Thursday, September 27, at 3pm, for St Mary’s parish church, Attard, where Mass will be said at 3.30pm, followed by interment at Attard cemetery. Lord, grant him eternal rest. Requiem Mass Tomorrow Thursday’s, Septem­ber 27, 6.30pm Mass at the Immaculate Conception church, Kunċizzjoni, limits of Rabat, will be celebrated for the soul of Fr ARTHUR G. VELLA, SJ. Route: Roman Villa, Bużugrilla, Wied il-Fiddien, Bieb ir-Ruwa and then Kunċizzjoni. All are welcome to attend. In Memoriam CEFAI. In loving memory of our dear KARINA on the 13th anniversary of her demise. Always in our hearts and prayers. Lord, grant her eternal rest. DYCKHOFF. In loving memory of RODGER, my dearest husband, my best friend and my blue sky. Much loved and sorely missed, today being the sixth anniversary of his passing away. Please remember him in your prayers. Patricia. GRECH – ROMEO. In loving memory of...

Cosby accuser: You will always be 'unforgivable'

«You will always be an unforgivable, disgusting, sexual deviant,» Bill Cosby accuser Sunni Welles said after Cosby was sentenced to state prison for up to 10 years. He was marched out of court in shackles after a judge branded him a «predato
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Cosby accuser: You will always be 'unforgivable'

«You will always be an unforgivable, disgusting, sexual deviant,» Bill Cosby accuser Sunni Welles said after Cosby was sentenced to state prison for up to 10 years. He was marched out of court in shackles after a judge branded him a «predator» and sentenced him to between three and 10 years in prison for sexual assault, capping the downfall of the once-beloved comedian known as «America's Dad.» Cosby, 81, was found guilty in April of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for the drugging and sexual assault of his one-time friend Andrea Constand, a former Temple University administrator, at his Philadelphia home in 2004. Constand left court with her arms folded, a smile spreading across her face as other women who have accused Cosby came to hug her. Several of those women spoke to reporters after the sentencing. «To me, BC (sic), you will always be an unforgivable, disgusting sexual deviant and an abhorrent sexual predator, and serial rapist,» she said.

A memorial to Daphne - Martin Scicluna

The memorial to Daphne Caruana Galizia, which was spontaneously set up at the foot of the Great Siege monument commemorating the fallen Maltese dead 450 years ago, has been cleared away several times since it was first informally established after her murder
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A memorial to Daphne - Martin Scicluna

The memorial to Daphne Caruana Galizia, which was spontaneously set up at the foot of the Great Siege monument commemorating the fallen Maltese dead 450 years ago, has been cleared away several times since it was first informally established after her murder almost a year ago. The latest clear-up occurred some 10 days ago when the Minister for Justice and Culture announced the monument was to be restored and safety hoarding was immediately erected to enable the work to proceed. “Activists” returned to the site in the course of the following weekend to mark the 11th month of Caruana Galizia’s death, putting up a banner and lighting candles at the foot of the hoarding, in effect re-establishing the makeshift memorial. This was removed in short order by members of the public cleansing department (insultingly referred to as “garbage cleaners” by offended activists). An activist and journalist, Manuel Delia, has now resorted to legal action, seeking an injunction against the minister to stop him from removing the memorial on the grounds that to do so “trampled on his freedom of expression”. It is for the courts to weigh the argument on grounds of the right to free expression against...

Shocking decision by the PA - John Ebejer

The Planning Authority’s approval of the ITS site development at St George’s Bay has sent shock waves.  The implications of this approval go well beyond the site itself. It reflects a deep malaise in our planning system, one that has consequences across
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Shocking decision by the PA - John Ebejer

The Planning Authority’s approval of the ITS site development at St George’s Bay has sent shock waves.  The implications of this approval go well beyond the site itself. It reflects a deep malaise in our planning system, one that has consequences across Malta and Gozo. The well-choreographed meeting of September 20 was a mere facade hiding the rot that runs deep in our urban planning system. The PA bent over backwards to accommodate the applicant. Thousands objected.   Valid concerns were raised about the visual impact, inadequate transport infrastructure and bad neighbourliness. The PA refused to listen. To me the most straightforward reason for refusal was the floor area ratio policy (FAR). The PA chose to interpret the FAR policy in the most abusive manner to inflict untold distress on Pembroke residents. At the meeting it was disappointing to see the board members accept the case officer’s twisted logic without question. Hopefully the blatant wrong committed will be explained and made clear in an eventual appeal.   If this were a normal application submitted to an autonomous authority, the application would have been thrown out long ago.  Instead it was approved.  Nowhere is...

Arrogance of power

When a political party wins an election by a wide majority, it is likely that over time it becomes arrogant and goes against principles it fought for in its election campaign. Joseph Muscat’s government lost no time in showing signs of arrogance of power af
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Arrogance of power

When a political party wins an election by a wide majority, it is likely that over time it becomes arrogant and goes against principles it fought for in its election campaign. Joseph Muscat’s government lost no time in showing signs of arrogance of power after his party won a large majority in the 2013 election. Only days after taking office, he immediately showed how he planned to operate when he appointed a staunch Labour supporter as head of the civil service, stirring up the first major controversy. From then on, his government not only swept overboard most of the political commitments his party had made in the election campaign, but began to excel in inflating the party’s ego and downplaying claims of corruption and wrongdoing that engulfed the administration over time.  A second big election win last year gave the Labour government a free hand, as it were, to ride roughshod in matters that touched key good governance principles, such as full transparency in government transactions and accountability. The government began governing in an almost authoritarian manner, keeping all its cards to its chest. In response to mounting pressure for greater transparency, it only...

Your chance to be ‘KTC Proud’ for just Bt199

Phichamon Jitpentham, Vice President of Personal Loans at KTC (Krungthai Card), this week announced a “Bt199 Promotion” for customers with financial obligations who wish to register for “KTC Proud” Revolving Loan cards.
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Your chance to be ‘KTC Proud’ for just Bt199

Phichamon Jitpentham, Vice President of Personal Loans at KTC (Krungthai Card), this week announced a “Bt199 Promotion” for customers with financial obligations who wish to register for “KTC Proud” Revolving Loan cards.

VST ECS unveils financial partnership

Somsak Pejthaveeporndej, Chief Executive Officer of VST ECS Group, an ICT distributor, has announced a partnership with HPE Financial Services to offer leasing business models such as operating leasing and finance leasing as fund transformation to enable busi
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VST ECS unveils financial partnership

Somsak Pejthaveeporndej, Chief Executive Officer of VST ECS Group, an ICT distributor, has announced a partnership with HPE Financial Services to offer leasing business models such as operating leasing and finance leasing as fund transformation to enable business agility to compete.

Osun: Poll, a sign of thriving democracy – Odigie-Oyegun

Alexander Okere, Benin The immediate past National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, has described the inconclusive governorship election in Osun State as a manifestation of a thriving democracy provided by the APC. Odigie-O
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Osun: Poll, a sign of thriving democracy – Odigie-Oyegun

Alexander Okere, Benin The immediate past National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, has described the inconclusive governorship election in Osun State as a manifestation of a thriving democracy provided by the APC. Odigie-Oyegun, who disclosed this during an interview with journalists in Benin, Edo State, on Tuesday, also allayed the fears […]

FIFA Best Player award: Messi votes for Ronaldo

Lionel Messi voted for Cristiano Ronaldo in The FIFA Best Men’s Player award – albeit behind Luka Modric and Kylian Mbappe, Europe Eurosport.com reports. Meanwhile, Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr and captain Mikel Obi voted fora Modric and Messi respectively f
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FIFA Best Player award: Messi votes for Ronaldo

Lionel Messi voted for Cristiano Ronaldo in The FIFA Best Men’s Player award – albeit behind Luka Modric and Kylian Mbappe, Europe Eurosport.com reports. Meanwhile, Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr and captain Mikel Obi voted fora Modric and Messi respectively for the top award. READ ALSO: Why my ADC was arrested – Aisha Buhari Rohr voted for  […]