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TOP STORY

Sant chooses silence over tax evasion revelations
Kurt Sansone
Malta Labour Party leader Alfred Sant seems to be unperturbed by damning revelations that the Party was implicated in tax evasion in the payment of its employees for the financial years ending 30 June 2002 and 2003.


TOP NEWS

Emmy’s anti-clerical party in the offing

Health authorities give Blue Pain Relief ads thumbs down

The George Abela trump card

Priceclub director Wallace Fino did not verify his company’s accounts

Floriana ban on non-residents from public gardens reversed

Non-EU tax-paying foreign residents will continue to be discriminated against


OTHER NEWS

PN president mentioned for new MP post

Parties indifferent to BA chairman’s objections

Anything but an election for Europe

Gulia proposes audit of refugee appeals, Ministry defends Board

Mini invasion of pensioners expected

EP elections: Guido still undecided, Eddie wanted to contest

Maltese translation for Women on Waves’ abortion services

Expert says EP survey results contrary to Maltese political tradition


INTERVIEW

Lock, stock and 17,000 barrels
Lino Farrugia, ‘the voice of hunters,’ takes on the race to Brussels, but risks exposing the real power of the hunters’ lobby once and for all

The sensible mayor
Some call it “an independent republic” but Floriana Mayor Nigel Holland says his council sets an example of working in the residents’ interests beyond partisan politics


THIS WEEK

Aspiring for originality and style
Singer songwriter Fiona Cauchi, known simply as ‘Fiona’ is the lead singer of rock band ‘Spyral State’ and she has been turning more than a few heads in recent months.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
The dangers of heading

EDITORIAL

In reverse gear
There seems to be a growing tendency in government circles to change Government policy or an administrative decision as soon as a section of persons or an interested group complain vociferously.


OPINION

Great Expectations
Last time round the number of Brits who voted for their European candidates stood at 24 per cent, which gives us an impression of what value the Anglo-Saxons give to Brussels. Across Europe, electoral turnouts will very much depend on what their government is doing.

The positive approach
Karm Farrugia draws parallels between Malta and South Africa

Mussolini was an amateur
Harry Vassallo has a word or two to say about the reportage on NET TV

The Fool Monti
Anna Mallia brings to our attention the painful realities of disadvantages Malta will face as an EU member and tells us that Austin Gatt will no longer be able to do as he pleases


BUSINESS

EU to keep Malta under budgetary surveillance

Maltacom profit up by 11.8 per cent

Pottery firm aims to put Malta on the ceramics map

Government backtracks on data protection fees


LETTERS

The right to divorce

Welcome back from Libya, open letter to Hon John Dalli

European Union Floriana Celebrations

Together for Europe


 

 


 

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