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The two leadership contenders in waiting mode for D-Day
The two Nationalist party leadership contenders are on a high state of alert in the eventuality that Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami announces that his time has come...


Two new names for European elections
Joe Debono Grech, the gruff former Labour minister from B’Kara may consider forwarding his name as a candidate in the European parliamentary elections, MaltaToday has learnt...

How Priceclub directors milked the golden cow dry

Notaries who encourage clients not to sign konvenji


Another Malta-flagged ship suspected of polluting French coast

Cohabiting still being studied - Gonzi

Blank shots for hunters on libel warpath against BirdLife Malta

Trial by Jury
Prosecution faces toughest week yet

The National Bank Scandal - Part 8
Mathematics of deceit – draining profitability out of the National Bank

Problems creep in for foreign artists for EU May 1 celebrations


Joanna Drake’s expectations
A little discipline will not hurt us, Joanna Drake tells MATTHEW VELLA, on the need to face up to the reality of the EU. Brussels bites.


The big boy switches
It’s that voice again, Carlo Borg Bonaci’s will now be waking up the nation on Xfm.


Wanted: the second republic
Malta’s constitutional development reached its apex with Independence in 1964. The Republican amendments to the Constitution were a further positive development.


The washing machine
Taking a cue from a washing machine, Saviour Balzan draws parallels with the political spin machine


The Malta Stock Exchange reviews Q4 2003

Addressing SPAM together


It is all in the Stars

Unfair situation

Myopic views on traffic


Tony Formosa's world of sports
Blatter is not a pervert
Football’s most senior administrator Josep Blatter, 68 next March, attracted the wrath of the women’s game by suggesting players wear tighter shorts to promote "a more female aesthetic."



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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