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The animal that was



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Sport today
MOC'S new Media Director seeks improvements and more funding

what a week

Louise Tedesco
Mother of twin boys, TV presenter Louise Tedesco recently presented the Malta Song for Europe Festival. Zillah Bugeja took a look at her diary

opinion
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Brezsny's constellations: dancing with the stars
How many of us have lost our moments because our horoscope reading obscured the spontaneity of arising opportunity? Now one astrologer has broken through astrology's mould of deceit and futility, writes Victor Paul Borg

sacred cows

Living on the never-never
Credit cards are what make you stand out from the crowd. Be 'in' when you're out, says John O'Dea



At last, Eddie says 'enough is enough'
He may be frail, aged, but yesterday he was the firmest he has every been in years. And he was what everyone has been asking him to be: tough with those who have flouted the law and made a mockery of the people's taxes.

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The true story of the conference

A number of GWU delegates have returned their cards after what they called an affront to democratic procedures at the last General Workers' Union conference
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opinion
Green hurdles and slaloms
Christian Holland laments over EU overkill

people
Owen Bonnici - The 20-year-old premier elect
No one can accuse Owen Bonnici of not having ambition. With his plans to stand as a Labour party candidate and one day run the country, he certainly aims high, as RAY ABDILLA finds out

Insight
Gozo's forgotten gem
It may be the sister island's answer to Mdina, but the people that are based in the Citadel say a lot more needs to be done to preserve this important piece of our history. Nadine Brincat and photographer Paul Blandford spent a day there…

local news
Haphazard Ta' Qali development to be checked
"When the Ta' Qali crafts village was developed, 25 years ago, it was done haphazardly to suit the needs at the time, but exigencies have changed. The Action Plan for Ta'Qali was approved a year ago, and through the development brief."

Takeover bid at Daewoo cited by Dalli
In a swift reaction to a Labour party statement, Finance minister John Dalli issued one of his most daring statements ever on the Daewoo controversy.

VRT operators in cutthroat business
By overloading the car repair industry with operators of Vehicle Roadworthiness Tests, the authorities run the risk of mechanics undercutting the quality of service given.

Margaret Thatcher not coming to Malta after all
Margaret Thatcher will not be coming to Malta after all. The invitation was scrapped by the CNI after objection from some activists and MLP members

No red letter day for Mount Carmel nurses
By Miriam Dunn Nurses based at Mount Carmel hospital ­ the scene of a long-running union dispute - received a note that was anything but a love letter on Valentine's day

Maltese arrested in UK money laundering swoop
Scam involved the setting up of 'dummy' corporations used to defraud investors in dubious over-the-counter securities

Local band Jane Air shortlisted for XFM competition
winner to record at Abbey Road Studios



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