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250,000 sterling bribe allegation in Queiroz release

The police have monitored the telephone conversations of a person who claims that he can bribe Maltese politicians and the President of the Republic to reduce prison sentences. Posing as a lawyer and phoning from the UK, the man phones Kordin Prisons regularly asking for particular detainees. The detainees appear to be co-operating with the police. READ MORE>

Church attendance back to normal after 11 September shock

Just one year ago, as an aftershock reaction to the 11 September disaster, our churches began enjoying a revival in parishioners’ attendance. One year on, this increase in attendance seems to have remained stable in some parishes but has dwindled back to its usual number in others. READ MORE>

Medical Council hides behind ancient legal notice

Flying in the face of mounting controversy over exorbitant fees charged by medical practitioners and private hospitals to unsuspecting tourists, the Medical Council this week informed MaltaToday that it has not received an official complaint and therefore cannot investigate the matter. READ MORE>


A businessman’s lone fight for his rights
Three months after MaltaToday published a series of reports on the land scandals in the eighties, the murder of Lino Cauchi and the corruption prevalent at the time, KURT SANSONE meets up with Joseph P. Borg, a protagonist in uncovering the scandals that coloured that black period


Huti Maltin u Ghawdxin...
Kurt Sansone speculates on what the Prime Minister might say during the meeting at the Independence celebrations at Floriana on Friday

Memory Lane

Talking to Alfred Bonnici
As Dr George Bog Olivier loyalist, Dr Alfred Bonnici is one of the six Nationalist MP’s who voted against the Republican Constitution proposed by former premier Dom Mintoff


It's anyone's title now
RAY ABDILLA speaks to waterpolo magnets Marco Manara and Karl Izzo. Both made a name for themselves with Sliema ASC

This Week

What a week!
Matthew Agius, one half of local dance band U-Bahn, tells Ramona Depares of his hectic week

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