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TOP STORY

Louis Grech and Josef Bonnici contradict Gatt
Julian Manduca and Matthew Vella reporting
Former Finance minister Josef Bonnici and former Air Malta chairman, and European Parliament hopeful, Louis Grech have rebutted a statement made by Minister Austin Gatt last week, and told MaltaToday that under their tenure much was done to redress the ills of the national airline...


TOP NEWS

‘Decisive’ government sends wrong message

Malta in tunnel-crazy planning mode


OTHER NEWS

Ministry assures beef importers of preferential duties

Smoking roundabout down to ‘art of compromise’ for Deguara

Parties cautious about EP result interpretation

Four drug finds in one month at Corradino prison

Waste plans on back burner

Gonzi’s ‘new’ way of doing politics

EU considering financial aid for Maltese translation effort

Roger Waters website denies Floyd frontman coming to Malta


INTERVIEW

Convincing the grassroots
Labour EP candidate Wenzu Mintoff would like to be “more socialist than the socialists” but he believes that Malta needs to make its own case in the European Parliament

Securing the ‘centre’
He supported Lawrence Gonzi in his bid for leader. He comes from a younger generation of Nationalists and is a devout Demo-Christian. A lawyer by profession and politician by choice, Tonio Borg says he will form a good tandem with the PN’s new leader

In tandem with Lawrence
Formerly touted as a candidate for the PN top job, Francis Zammit Dimech, turns his eyes on the deputy post and tells councillors to judge him by his track-record.


THIS WEEK

Selling Malta as a film location
Winston Azzopardi’s name is synonymous with film making in Malta, the former Malta Film Commissioner more recently set up his own company to co-produce films with big production houses.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
Referees living with eternal tag
Study show refs are biased in favour of home side!

EDITORIAL

To be or not to be
Who is to be the next President of Malta? Most punters would put their money on the outgoing Prime Minister, Eddie Fenech Adami.


OPINION

Un bel zero
Risk assessment is unknown to a government that governs without an opposition,
Saviour Balzan writes

There is something in you Irish
Karm Farrugia takes a holiday from telling Malta how to put its finances right and takes us on a trip down memory Ireland lane

Wake up sleeper
Anna Mallia accuses university lecturers of pandering to the wishes of politicians, suggests that the role of the university has been hijacked and makes a convincing argument for radical change at the ivory towers

Endless celebrations
Dr Harry Vassallo makes a clear case for not appointing Prime Minister Dr Eddie Fenech Adami president

Women of Substance
Labour MP Dr Jose A Herrera commends the appointment of a woman to what is one of the highest and most important positions a Maltese will take up in the EU and is surprised the media did not give due importance to the choice


BUSINESS

Farsons’ expansionist strategy will not derail core business

Spinola Hotels Ltd replies to Cavalieri development criticisms

Top performing New Star funds listed on Malta Stock Exchange


LETTERS

No glass houses this time

Letter to Prime Minister in waiting

How can the US impose its will on Iraq and Afghanistan?


 

 


 

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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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