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Carelessness gave Alfred Sant bus ticket scandal
Kurt Sansone
The bus ticketing inquiry in 1995 had exonerated then minister Michael Frendo from any wrong-doing but it concluded that the documents in Dr Alfred Sant’s possession, which allegedly proved there was corruption in the award of the tender, were authentic...


A Broad(ley) coincidence
It may be pure coincidence but the person who today is project manager for the private company responsible for the bus-ticketing machines has the same name of a person who acted as a consultant to the Public Transport Authority in 1995 at the height of the bus ticketing scandal...


“Jiena nitnejjek mill-Kostituzzjoni" - Mintoff

Libya to pay on departure of Fenech Adami protégé

Journalists can’t visit asylum seekers - Borg

Europe’s champagne turns sour

‘Exaggerated 56K salary’ revelation shatters Louis Grech’s socialist credentials


Religio et legis
Fr Vanni Xuereb first graduated as a lawyer in European law and then converted to the priesthood. MATTHEW VELLA speaks to him on the ongoing development of the EU and the Maltese Church.


Capturing faces and gestures
Few Maltese artists manage to live from their art but Catherine Cavallo, is one that has decided to take the plunge and dedicate herself to her passion.


Making Europe useful

Europe has not featured in this leader for some time now. The reason being that there is nothing to say about Europe.


Swearing over your dead aunts and uncles

If you want to protest and wish to vote for Arnold Cassola then say nothing and just get on with it, Saviour Balzan writes


Corinthia subsidiary IHI targets the future

Inherited property sales deadline rumour dismissed

MHRA expects ‘worrying winter ahead’

Euro-parliament proposes extension of lower VAT rate


MEPA and the Victoria Lines

Illogical and unfair drug charges

Calling all relatives of Giuseppe Duca


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