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George Abela defies Labour and befriends Mintoff

The Labour party is incensed at the involvement of George Abela, the former deputy leader of the Malta Labour party with former Premier Dom Mintoff. It appears that the softspoken George Abela, a lawyer by profession, is seeking Mintoff’s political blessings. READ MORE>

Allegations of freemasonry return to haunt judiciary
By Matthew Vella
The scandals of the judiciary have rekindled the debate on the alleged close links between members of the judiciary and freemasonry. READ MORE>

“Coping, but under much strain" - Tonio Borg

A huge burden is plaguing the armed and police forces as the number of immigrants being kept in custody on the island has reached 800. 235 immigrants, jam-packed in a 50-foot boat ended a dramatic journey away from their home when they landed in Marsaxlokk on Friday. This is the third contingent of immigrants that has arrived so far this week. This recent surge is expected to put more pressure at the Hal Far detention centre and the Ta’ Kandja and Safi Barracks. READ MORE>


A man with a mission to educate
Michael Parnis tells Marika Azzopardi how from a young man who didn’t like studying he ended up occupying one of GWU’s top posts


Sense and sensitivity
KURT SANSONE mulls about the furore created by the Ombudsman’s public remarks and government’s retaliation

Memory Lane

Talking to Lawrence Mizzi - a veteran broadcaster
Lawrence Mizzi is well known for his television programmes regarding education and the church. He was also a teacher who was in love with the job but then found a new love in the media and from then on he never changed.

This Week

What a week!
Toby Farrugia, a DJ and producer, is busy finalising his first House/Trance CD. Zillah Bugeja hears about his plans to go international

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