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TOP STORY

PN rope in ex-MIC, ex-IVA chiefs and intellectual for Euro elections
Matthew Vella and Karl Schembri
Former Malta-EU Information Centre head Simon Busuttil has accepted to contest the European Parliamentary elections on the Nationalist Party ticket after he was asked to stand for the PN by none other than outgoing Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami. The list of PN candidates is now taking shape, and there are some unexpected faces.


TOP NEWS

Ombudsman was right says new AFM Commander

Conflict of interest leads to investigation at tourism authority


OTHER NEWS

Untimely friction at Zebbug MLP party club

Tonio Borg confirmed PN deputy leader

Budget U-turn on inherited property tax extended for seven months

Six hours overtime paid for ten minutes work

When it comes to green matters, Malta remains unprepared

Malta still safe as TB threatens EU

Toni’s Jamaican good luck charm

Were the shares in the NBM worthless?


INTERVIEW

Working to change the political landscape
Mario Mallia, a long standing stalwart and deputy chairperson of Alternattiva Demokratika, is quizzed by Julian Manduca on his party’s prospects and the radical changes he expects from Maltese politicians

The gentle commander
The new Commander of the Armed Forces of Malta, Brigadier Carmel Vassallo, speaks about the army’s new challenges and working with a debilitating budget


THIS WEEK

Always ready for a challenge

Over the past few years, Julia Calvert has captured Maltese audiences with her beauty and acting skills. She comes from a family that has made theatre an integral part of their lives and has even taken the plunge and indulged in a little Maltese soap acting.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
Of handcuffed chairmen and managers on hold

EDITORIAL

Now to business
This week promises to be a busy one for the newly appointed Prime Minister as he puts together the Cabinet.


OPINION

No minister for Gozo
Saviour Balzan travels north to the wild lands of the Gozitan republic and ponders on Giovanna’s world

Ridiculous
Karmenu Farrugia wonders why there was so much interest in European Investment Bank bond and ask who is guiding Malta’s economy

Pedestrian Safety
Anna Mallia writes Abroad, the pedestrian is regarded as forming part of the traffic just as cars and car drivers

Miraculous Malta
The good, the bad and the very ugly Harry Vassallo takes a look at the past, analyses our fatal mistakes and makes the case for change in the way the PN and MLP are doing politics…


BUSINESS

Government debt, deficit fall well short of Maastricht criteria

UHM sets the social pact ball rolling

Farsons continues investment spree


LETTERS

Fenech Adami does not represent all the Maltese

Condominium injustice

Hoping for a new birdfriendly Malta


 

 


 

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