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TOP STORY

Labour’s choices for President revealed
Kurt Sansone, Matthew Vella and Julian Manduca
Ombudsman Joe Sammut is one of the three people whose names were submitted to government by the Labour Party to be considered for the post of President, MaltaToday can reveal.


TOP NEWS

“I will kill you,” Mintoff tells MaltaToday editor

PN decides against Stagno-Navarra standing

The rise and fall of Josef Bonnici


OTHER NEWS

Ombudsman looking positive with new AFM Commander

No will to collect tax

Gonzi’s snakes and ladders

Strong opposition to Eddie Fenech Adami becoming President

Red for breakfast

Dom Mintoff defends himself from plotting BICAL collapse

Trading freedom for greed – the case for the National Bank of Malta


INTERVIEW

Freedom Day blues
As the country grapples with an epidemic of collective amnesia and historical revisionism, the Malta Labour Party insists on celebrating the 25 anniversary of Freedom Day in style. MLP Secretary General Jason Micallef faces the flak

A ‘laburist’ for Europe
The choice of Joe Debono Grech for MEP may baffle some, but he could be the instrumental candidate who will get the Labour vote out after the EU debacle.


THIS WEEK

Marc Storace: From church singing to heavy metal


TRUE MAGAZINE
Turns to gold
The men behind Vascas speak to Matthew Vella on what led them to the success they enjoy today.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
I coached our new Prime Minister

EDITORIAL

Not a good omen
Lawrence Gonzi’s first Cabinet is characterised by the fact that all ministers have been retained, one has been given a larger ministry while two others lost certain responsibilities within the same ministry.


OPINION

From Republic to Monarchy
Why is everyone so surprised that Eddie Fenech Adami is to be President. Everything including the person who has replaced him has been planned to the last detail by Eddie himself and his ever-faithful acolytes...

From NBM to HSBC – Getting Even
Karmenu Farrugia looks back and queries why the Mintoff government went for a Maltese bank; the National Bank

Are we ready for Eddie?
Harry Vassallo explains why Eddie Fenech Adami would make a competent President and why he should not be anointed in that post

Neuter Neutrality
Anna Mallia takes both the Nationalist and the Labour Party to task for not showing enough interest in Malta’s hard-earned neutrality.


BUSINESS

Government debt up 8.3 per cent

Industry turnover up 23 per cent

MHRA survey spells out disconcerting message on tourism

Government to add focus to meeting corporate environmental responsibilities


LETTERS

If Alternattiva Demokratika is elected

The reverend did not condemn quasi-pornographic films being shown in Gozo

Mr Sunshine – Prince of Darkness


 

 


 

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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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