Malta Today
MaltaToday Graham Charles This WeekSport NewsPersonalitiesLocal News SectionEditorialTop News

Current Issue
SEARCH


powered by FreeFind

MaltaToday archives

Editorial
Remove neutrality from the constitution

Maltatoday asks…
Where are they now?
No: 0061| Chihuahua





Sport today

Sport is my life Teddie Borg
Insight
The men in hard hats
It doesn't always get a good press and the workers are sometimes accused of twiddling their thumbs. But what is it really like to work at Malta Drydocks?


This Week

what a week

What a week!
Music, music, music. Zillah Bugeja hears about a week in the life of DJ and Island Sound Radio presenter Graham Charles

opinion
.
Till death do us apart
Victor Paul Borg muses on the reasons why friendships never die and is the notion of the suffering artist a metaphor for life or an illusion?

sacred cows
.
Of men and women (part 2)
John O`Dea enlightens us on what men think about women.
Be warned, it's not pretty



Amnesty to ask why Meinrad's bail has not been granted
Amnesty International will be writing to the government for more information as to why Meinrad Calleja is still being held in preventive custody, if the Constitutional Court's recommendation that he be granted bail is not taken up soon.
[READ FULL ARTICLE]


PN does not believe divorce is a solution

[ MLP keeps mum on survey, AD continues to champion divorce ]

The results of our survey which showed a majority of readers in favour of divorce brought varied reactions from politicians and the church, but a significant silence from the Malta Labour Party.
[READ FULL ARTICLE]



people
Charlò Bonnici: Lots of countries take the Eurovision seriously

local news
Conflicting reports over hunger striker's health
Miriam Dunn: There were conflicting reports yesterday as to the welfare of one of the 51 Arab prisoners currently on hunger strike at Corradino Correctional Facility.

MSE plummet provides prime investment opportunity
The Malta Stock Exchange this week has suffered what can only be described as a crash, albeit a minor one. As a result, the Exchange's most watched equities Maltacom, Bank of Valletta, HSBC and Middle Sea Insurance all hit their yearly lows yesterday.
By David Lindsay

Empty vessels make most sound says French ambassador
Flamboyant French ambassador Didier Destremau has lambasted the Campaign for National Independence, the right wing Europhobic lobby under the umbrella of the Labour party, as an organisation of empty vessels.

Dr Vella seeks new pastures
Mario Vella, the President of the Malta Labour until this month, has taken up a new job with Grant Thornton.

Virgin, Malta to close for business
Rumours that Virgin Megastores, Malta is to close its doors for business in the coming months were confirmed this week by our sister paper, The Business Times.
By David Lindsay

Bay Street controversy rages on
The Bay Street controversy is guaranteed to stir up more media interest with the police decision to prosecute some outlets for opening on Sunday.

Steaking his reputation on beef
The Argentinian Steak House takes no risks when it comes to selecting its beef, and its policy of choosing the best product appears to be paying off.

Dr Vella seeks new pastures
Mario Vella, the President of the Malta Labour until this month, has taken up a new job with Grant Thornton.




Network House, Vjal ir-Rihan, San Gwann, SGN 07 • Tel: (356) 382741-3, 382745-6 Fax: (356) 385075
Publisher: John Formosa - Network Publications
Editor: Saviour Balzan
E-mail: [email protected]