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Plan to co-opt Michael Falzon
Former Labour minister John Attard Montalto has his eyes set on Brussels and for good reason, being in the best position to collect most votes from Labour supporters when the European Parliament elections are held next June.


No arrest warrant yet against Vassallo in Erika inquiry
David Lindsay
A French Magistrate made a third attempt this week to summon Malta Maritime Authority (MMA) Merchant Shipping Executive Director Lino Vassallo to appear before an inquiry into the Erika oil spill...


List of jurors’ details leaked to lawyer

Meinrad Calleja in the dock

Archbishop will stay on

National Bank Saga
Killing off the National…mission accomplished in 24 hours

Margaret sticks to her guns

No regrets over closure of VoM


Keeping the faith
He believes a new PN leader should reshuffle the cabinet within six months of appointment. He is saddened by the current spate of redundancies. He argues it is up to Malta to grab the EU’s opportunities and he believes the Vatican will not accept the Archbishop’s resignation. Fr Joe Inguanez, sociologist, is interviewed by Kurt Sansone...


An angel gets to be a ref
John Montanaro had peer influence to encourage him to step foot on the stage. His uncle, Alan, has been a, mostly comic, hit for many years.



Who should be the President of the Republic?
The Presidential countdown is on. In three months time, Malta will have a new President, elected by a simple majority in Parliament. Political analysts have thrown names into the presidential ring...


Feed the birds
Memories of the ‘feed the birds’ man provide Saviour Balzan for some food for thought


Parmalat scandal
Malta’s name in the rubbish bin

How Malta has earned its reputation as a tax haven

Defending Parmalat’s companies in Malta


For the sake of the temples

Jimmy Magro’s Political Career: an abject failure

Returning to Malta


Tony Formosa's world of sports
Venom, gossip and dirty stories
The media is governed by a code of ethics and a number of rules and different Acts...



Roger Degiorgio is Managing Director at MaltaToday
Dr Roger Degiorgio will be the new Managing Director and co-owner of Newsworks Ltd as from tomorrow. Newsworks Ltd is the new media house responsible for various media including the Sunday newspaper MaltaToday, the weekly financial newspaper The Malta Financial & Business Times and TV reportage. Dr Degiorgio’s involvement as co-owner of the two prestigious publications comes after a period of positive growth for the young media house.
Dr Degiorgio’s involvement with the media goes back twenty years. He was responsible for the running of the newspaper In-Nazzjon Taghna and instrumental in setting up the TV station NET TV. Recently he also served as managing director of Standard Publications, publisher of The Malta Independent and The Malta Business Weekly. Dr Degiorgio also has an interest in the entertainment business.
Commenting on Dr Degiorgio’s business involvement with the company, Mr Saviour Balzan co-owner and Managing Editor at Newsworks Ltd said: "This latest development augurs well for Newsworks Ltd. Dr Degiorgio brings with him years of experience and a dynamism that is essential in the changing world of media. Our operations, but most especially those at MaltaToday will have much to gain from Dr Degiorgio’s personal involvement, this is a splendid way to kick off into a new year after a tough, but successful year for us."

MaltaToday - Malta’s fastest growing newspaper
Readership of MaltaToday grew by a staggering 152 percent in under twelve months. This is the conclusion of a survey carried out by ‘Informa’ consultants. The survey confirms that MaltaToday is the fastest growing newspaper on the island with 4.3 percent of the newspaper market share compared to the 6.4 percent of it’s main rival, The Malta Independent on Sunday.
MaltaToday stood at 1.7 percent a year ago. The survey was carried out after the elections. MaltaToday’s increased readership is reflected in this newspaper’s sales records which have shot up during the last year. The Malta Independent on Sunday dropped by 6 percent during the same period.

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