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Your town, your vote

Maltatoday asks…
Where are they now?
No: 0066

Zeza's favourite unforgettable column

Sport today
Bringing the gentleman's game to the masses
Robert Krishna and Pierre Naudi are working hard to get young sportsmen out on the cricket pitch, as MIRIAM DUNN discovers

This Week

what a week

Nathan Farrugia
Rehabilitation services manager at Ir-Razzett tal-Hbiberija, tells Zillah Bugeja about the day-to-day running of the Iasis Wellbeing and Fitness centre

The last stand?
You want mediocrity? Believe the GWU � otherwise believe in yourself and stand up to be counted. You only get one life, writes Victor Paul Borg

Secret report reveals massive fuel leaks at Birzebbugia
A confidential report reveals that Enemalta loses over 400 tonnes of fuel from its tanks at Birzebbugia on an annual basis. The loss is made through evaporation of the fuel and is a serious health hazard.

Maltese-owned Dublin brothel confiscated by special task force

It's a well-known fact that the Maltese entrepreneurial spirit can never be suppressed, and tales of Maltese success in business abroad perpetually circulate.


The battle of the sexes
Are women still being discriminated against, or are they winning the war and treading on some of their male counterparts in the process, asks Sandro Schembri Adami


Fabrizio Faniello
As he gears up for his Eurovision performance, Fabrizio Faniello is already discovering that his popularity is soaring. NADINE BRINCAT finds out how the 19-year-old is dealing with a bevy of adoring fans�


Voting on a local level
The local councils are still a fairly new set-up in Malta, but the impressive turnout in the elections held so far shows that the public has quickly become used to casting an extra vote, as NADINE BRINCAT discovers

local news

Fear drove 'ic-Caqwes' to his grave
Close friends of the late Nicholas Ellul, who died of an overdose Tuesday morning, have informed MaltaToday that it was fear that drove him to his grave

Gozo archpriest laments problems in Citadel project
The church's plans to build a school and recreational area on the border of the Citadel in Gozo are being thwarted on two fronts

UK pork, beef, lamb and mutton imports banned
Following a recent outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the UK, the Department of Veterinary Services yesterday announced a ban on pork, beef, lamb and mutton from the UK

La Salle controversy
GWU bows to workers and public opinion

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