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EU debate takes a break with anti-war demo
By Matthew Vella
Europhiles and eurosceptics took time off from the EU debate deadlock suspending their feud in mid-air yesterday to join forces in an anti-war protest against war on Iraq. READ MORE>



2004 credible date for Marsa power station – minister claims
The government intends bringing the Marsa power station up to EU standards by May 1 2004, Economic Service Minister Joseph Bonnici said.
Bonnici told MaltaToday "additional improvement in the quality of the fuel used and some other refinements in the operation of the plant, as a whole, are expected to bring the Marsa Power Station in line with the relevant EU emission requirements ahead of Malta's accession to the EU."READ MORE>

Taxpayers pay Alfred Sant’s chauffeur’ to read the news
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HAMRUN - According to MaltaToday’s investigations, Super One journalist Roberto Francalanza receives his salary or part of his salary through the privileges of Opposition Leader Dr Alfred Sant. READ MORE>


Interview


People should see through Labour’s gimmick - Joe Borg
If Malta joins the EU there is one man to whom those that have wanted EU membership will be eternally grateful.


Opinion

Shot in the back

There is this eerie feeling.
As you walk the streets, the Maltese sun shines on but never seems to warm you up. It has not been this cold for a very long time.
Everyone complains about the cold – thankfully it serves as a reprieve from the unexciting debate over Europe.


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This Week


What a week!
The third degree with Walter Micallef


News

People should vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ - Vince Farrugia

St. Luke’s incinerator still smoking – despite commitments

AD favours Malta as a Neutral EU Member State

Cemetery saga leads to clash between B’Kara and San Gwann






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