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TOP STORY
Mintoff’s termination of the NBM
Matthew Vella and Julian Manduca reporting
On this day thirty years ago, a group of board directors charged with the management of the National Bank of Malta (NBM), a privately-owned commercial bank, were facing a calamity hurling directly from the Prime Minister’s office...


NEWS

Former sons forgotten by Nationalist party
In elections there are the victors and the vanquished. Seven months ago the electorate castigated a number of long standing members of parliament.


OTHER NEWS

Hopes dashed by poor showing in petition

Death of 30 ponies destined for Malta blamed on Dutch vet

Authorities unperturbed by Al Qaeda report

Assaults at shipyards not as grave as pictured says Union

Adrian Vassallo crusades against Bondi’s demons


INTERVIEW

Saving our marriages
Dr Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici is in the spotlight because of the proposals to change regulations related to marriage separations. Many feel that what government plans is tantamount to Big Brother tactics. Julian Manduca caught up with him this week to quiz him on government plans to assist separating couples...

THIS WEEK

Angelcrypt
Formed back in 1997, Angelcrypt have had a plethora of gigs, their unique blend of epic power metal and a thrash sensibilities with nods to black metal have garnered them great underground success.

EDITORIAL

Christmas: a time for confidence
The decision to ban Christmas parties in parastatal and government bodies is a reflection of the serious financial crisis facing many of our institutions...


OPINION

Hogwash Mr Mintoff

In no Christmas mood, Saviour Balzan takes Mr Mintoff to task for his life-long obsession in being painted as the Saviour of Malta


BUSINESS

Business Times breakfast highlights different views on what the future should be

‘Agenda Malta’

Bringing home the argument

A poor economic performance


LETTERS

Dirty words

Low costs flights and hypocrisy

Conflicts of interest


 

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