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Confidential report had confirmed impact of criminal networks

By Kurt Sansone
MaltaToday reveals contents of an internal ministry report on police reform and a letter written to the Police Commissioner by the Home Affairs Minister in 1994. READ MORE>

MAM tight-lipped on Prof. Buhagiar’s fees

By a Staff Reporter
The Medical Association would not comment on the stories published by this newspaper concerning Professor Louis Buhagiar’s habit of charging exorbitant fees citing that "it would not be correct for the MAM to comment publicly on individual cases." READ MORE>

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Michael Seychell
A fervent Labour Party supporter who loved the party from his early days at the dockyard, Michael Seychell was frequently given the elbow because of his ideas. He spoke to RAY ABDILLA why he thinks that the MLP today needs to apologise and make amends and if it hopes to start afresh, to regain trust

Saviour Balzan on Sunday

Medical Limbo Rock
Tourists are getting a bad deal we have been told. So what else is new? The stunning revelation comes from none other that Prof. Louis Buhagiar, Labour MP and medical Consultant



Gender and business
Marisha Bonnici is managing director of Mixables, the Young Enterprise team from Junior College that recently won the European finals in Paris. Zillah Bugeja hears a tale of dogged determination to overcome the odds

Memory Lane

Talking to Paul Carachi
Paul Carachi has given many years to politics, 10 of them as a Labour MP. At age 76 he holds the fort alone for the MLP on Balzan Local Council. But he's not under siege. "We are five Balzan residents and there's no politics involved. All we do is for the good of the residents."


Bronze medal was gift from God'
Malta waterpolo coach Dirk Dowling is still e lated a week after Malta's third place at the European B Championships that were held in Sweden. The all-time star of Maltese waterpolo, both as a player and as a coach told RAY ABDILLA about the difference between this year's championships and the ones held two years ago in Malta.

This Week

What a week!
Sculptor and painter Bridget McCrum talks to Ramona Depares about her hectic week in the run-up to the launching of her exhibition yesterday

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Michael Seychell