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TOP STORY

Men in black salute Eddie’s crowning
Kurt Sansone
The investiture ceremony of Eddie Fenech Adami as President at the Palace in Valletta today will have a sombre tone as Labour Party MPs and officials will attend wearing a black suit and tie as a symbol of mourning for what has been described as a “vulgar” appointment to the country’s highest office.


TOP NEWS

Labour marches hesitantly on to June

Changes to Air Malta work practices shelved for nine years


OTHER NEWS

Floriana decides Tuesday on barring access to public gardens for May 1

BICAL - ‘I don’t know what nationalisation frenzy means’ – Mintoff

Millions of Liri from yacht VAT scheme

Too many cooks spoiled Air Malta

Gonzi, we have a problem

University not worried about burden of non-paying EU students

Were Barlcays Malta reluctant lenders?

New TV station licences by end of May, says BA chairman


INTERVIEW

Said Pullicino: Caught in a balancing act
Some describe the Broadcasting Authority as a ‘watchdog,’ others as a ‘set of teeth,’ and others still a ‘dinosaur,’ a ‘monster’ and a ‘fund-raiser.’ Its chairman, Joseph Said Pullicino has his say


THIS WEEK

Transformation through tango
Elizabeth-Anne Stewart’s connection with Malta goes back to her very early years and she has remembrances of being in the countryside at the age of two and much more recently meeting Fr Peter Seraccino Inglott for long discussions...


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
Most friendlies are a sham

EDITORIAL

Let common sense prevail
Air Malta has been by any calculation a success story. It was traditionally self-financing without the need to resort to Government subsidy. This success risks fading into nothing unless urgent action is taken.


OPINION

A vulgar Presidential appointee
It is vulgar said the leader of the Opposition. I could not but agree. For far too long now, Eddie Fenech Adami has been allowed to act as if we failed to possess a brain...

A bed of nails
Karm Farrugia tells Lawrence Gonzi to follow Costanza and suggests the Maltese should start saving if our economy is to recover

Hosanna Mr President!
Anna Mallia questions the Catholic credentials of Eddie Fenech Adami and says Alfred Sant should stay home

Crying out for change
Harry Vassallo makes the case for changing our rent laws and warns that ignoring rent reform would be dangerous

Outdated presidential prerogative
MP Jose Herrera laments what he perceives to be bias in the granting of presidential pardons and suggests Malta adopts a US system


BUSINESS

MIA reveals Lm90 million Mediterranean business park plans

HK corporation enters Malta real estate sector

Gonzi promises to put public finances in order in the medium term

Maltacom reports Lm20.8 million pre-tax profits


LETTERS

Mintoff’s reign of terror

The truth about Hepatitis C

If tanks rolled into your country

Dr Anna Mallia makes a wrong interpretation

The Nationalist Party plays Pilate

Mr Verhuegen, you do not deserve Xirka gieh ir-Repubblika


 

 


 

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