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No jobs for the boys says EU Commission
By Kurt Sansone

Fears that job vacancies for Maltese nationals in the European Commission will be filled by blue-eyed boys selected by government were dispelled by an EU Commission spokesperson, who has made it very clear that candidate countries will have no say in the recruitment process. READ MORE>

Zarb denies GWU ignored reports for financial reasons
One of the experts that drew up a report on the impact of EU membership told MaltaToday the GWU decided to ignore many of the positive aspects of membership when it realised that favouring EU membership would be financially disastrous. The General Secretary of the Union, Tony Zarb, has, however, denied the claims. READ MORE>

Country could grind to a halt
There was no breakthrough in the dispute between the General Workers Union and Enemalta Corporation yesterday and petrol stations all over the country are now out of fuel. READ MORE>


EU? Partnership? what’s the difference?
By George, it’s Dr Vella, Labour’s eternal deputy-leader. MATTHEW VELLA speaks to him about partnership, Europe, and… partnership.

Mizzi’s quarter-baked vision and Blair’s confirmation
Two mavericks who believe that insularity and autarky are a better answer to interdependence and equal partnership


This Week

The third degree with Michael Briguglio
Michael Briguglio is just as well-known in the political arena as he is in the local music scene. Having a bit of a reputation as a rebel, he has been actively involved in the Green Party (Alternattiva Demokratika) for a number of years...


With partnership Malta will have no voice
Labour sympathiser lawyer Frank Cassar says joining the EU would guarantee citizens rights that are being denied by the Maltese courts

Restructuring will take place at PBS, but at the right time
It is not easy to run the Public Broadcasting Service. Many have tried to change things for the better, but had little success in putting the national media on the right track. RAY ABDILLA caught up with new PBS Chairman Dr Austin Sammut

Jack Straw recalls his foolish days in the ‘No’ movement

EU no threat to Church Schools government funding

Potholes return to haunt Maltese roads following heavy rainfall

Investigation into death of Sonny Monte

Only 34 per cent of women have jobs

Examine the parties record before voting - Din L-Art Helwa

Malta as gateway to the South for EU investors

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