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Pierre Vella
Pierre Vella, Net TV's Formula 1 expert and financial controller of a daily newspaper, tells Ramona Depares about the first Formula 1 week of the season

Germs are us
As the Foot and Mouth Disease crisis in Europe illustrates, we're still entangled in a fight against nature we can't win, writes Victor Paul Borg

Free Cottonera Movement aims to contest second district
A new political movement born in Cottonera recently emerged from the woodwork, with the intention of contesting the forthcoming general election on the Second District ticket with as many candidates as possible.

Chief Vet argues against foot and disease vaccine
Responding to enquiries over the availability of a vaccine for foot and mouth disease, which is currently wreaking havoc across Europe's farming industry, the Director of Veterinary Services has explained that the utilisation of such a vaccine is dangerous as its usage would cause the disease to become endemic.


Equal opportunities in education
The impact of absenteeism on children is severe, argues Labour MP Sandro Schembri Adami


A woman's world...
Renee Laiviera is associated with women's rights, Nadine Brincat talks to her on Women's Day

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Malta-based British bookies to remain, for now
Speculation over whether British betting agencies operating their Internet-based arms out of Malta would choose to repatriate to the UK, following a drastic slash to the UK's betting tax regime, has caused a good deal of anxiety to those employed in Malta with agencies such as Stanley Leisure and Unibet

Agius trial put off once again
Cigarette smuggling profits said used to fund Ulster terror groups

Ic-Caqwes was fed up with numerous court postponements
Nicholas Ellul, known as ic-Caqwes, is now history, after dying an overdose early last week. As reported in last week's MaltaToday, it was anxiety and fear that drove him to his grave

"Zeppi l-Hafi" was not at the depot when drug packet was opened
When Dr Anthony Abela Medici and fingerprint expert Jeffrey Hughes were opening the packet which contained approximately one kilo of cocaine Joseph Fenech, better known as Zeppi l-Hafi was not present at the Police Headquarters

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