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Picking on Paul Muscat

The judiciary is not beyond reproach

The mercenaries in the press

Maltatoday asks…
No: 0067 - Edwin Vassallo

Sport today
Time for Ilic to go
"Zazu" is the man to pick Malta up

This Week

what a week

Claire Xuereb
Zillah Bugeja takes a look at the diary of this dedicated dynamo

The war on people
Traffic, Steven Soderbergh's new film, may not live up to the popular applause levelled at Erin Brockovich but it makes a point no-one in Hollywood has dared get mired in before

in wine today

Message in a bottle…
Practically all the Maltese TV channels serve �cooking' as a television staple, and where there's food there's usually also some wine. Which is a good thing

Malta braces itself for major crisis in meat sales
The ban and scares, which have sent the local meat importation industry into turmoil, could lead to changes in eating and diet patterns. The foot-and-mouth disease virus is highly contagious, has travelled up to 250 km and can be spread by cars, shoes and clothing, but the views is not dangerous to humans.

Kristal tragedy brings back memories A Maltese-registered ship could very well serve as a catalyst for further focus on the Malta Maritime Authority's implementation of regular inspections of ships carrying the Malta flag.

Is Paul Muscat being picked upon?
The government may find that mayor Paul Muscat's popularity in Cospicua is not the only stumbling block it finds in its attempt to dethrone him over a project it claims should have been put out to tender; observers are also citing irregularities at the Nationalist stronghold Mosta local council, which they claim are on a much greater scale than those being mentioned in the Cospicua claim.


Home alone
Much talk about politics, a few hot totties, and a bout of flu was my lot for an evening this week.
By Christian Holland

Building on a dream
His first visit to a quarry was to earn some pocket money as a young boy. But Saviour Ellul always knew it was the line of work for him, NADINE BRINCAT discovers

local news

Independent candidates widely discriminated by all
Former Gzira Mayor Albert Rizzo feels that there is a total discrimination towards candidates who are standing for the local councils elections as Independent candidates. He blames all this is on both political parties

Zero enforcement for selling cigarettes to youngsters
Not one single shop or establishment has been fined or given a warning for selling cigarettes to minors over the past five years, a police spokesman admitted yesterday

Genetic research for the benefit of the next generation
The frequency of infants born with disabilities could be substantially reduced in the near future, thanks to government-funded genetic testing.

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