Warning on proposed EIU data protection rule

The cost of insurance premiums in Europe could rise if the EU doesn’t make important changes to a set of data protection rules which it is currently considering, according to Insurance Europe. The federation believes that the current wording of the proposed rules would enable people to demand the removal of their data from insurers’ […]

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Skills card White Paper soon out

A White Paper will be issued in March outlining the government’s proposals for a skills card for the construction industry. The proposal for the card originated from the Building Industry Consultative Council, which has been trying to find a way to simultaneously improve the level of professionalism in the industry, as well as to cut […]

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62 incidents involving horses in 10 years

There were 62 incidents involving horses and reported to the police between 2004 and last year, Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela said. Replying to a Parliamentary question by Labour MP Anthony Agius Decelis, the minister said a total of 79 vehicles were also involved in the incidents and 26 people were injured. Reported on Times […]

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First meeting held on legal notice to regulate horses on the roads

Talks were started today between the government, Transport Malta and interested parties on the drafting of a legal notice to regulate horses on the roads. The Commissioner for Animal Welfare, Manuel Buhagiar, said on TimesTalk this evening that the first meeting was held today. It was presided by Transport Minister Joe Mizzi. The meeting followed […]

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