Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing
These are the main stories making the headlines this morning.
The Times reports that the government will be launching a public inquiry into the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia in the coming months, sticking to a three- month deadline set by the Council of Europe, Foreign Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela has said.
The Times also reports that the government’s employment agency received almost 16,000 applications from people outside the European Union wanting to work in Malta in the first five months of this year alone.
In-Nazzjon reports that the criminal activity in Gozo has experienced an increase.
In another story, In-Nazzjon reports that the Nationalist Party has voted in favour of the changes in the rental reform, subject that there will be amendments on this act.
The Malta Independent report that the Tourism Minister rejects a Freedom of Information request about Konrad Mizzi’s Dubai trips.
In another story The Malta Independent reports that an industry operator said that Economy Minister Chris Cardona extended Dragonara Casino’s lease by 64 years in a deal which will sees the public “short-changed”.
L-Orizzont reports that the Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne said that if the countries, participate in the Valletta Declaration, collaborate, there could be a reduction in the price of medicines, through economies of scale.
In another story, L-Orizzont reports that the new Secretary for the Professionalisms, Services and Finance sector in the GWU, stated that the GWU is the ‘natural home’ for all Maltese.
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