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TOP STORY

Exposed: PN’s political allies introduced abortion
Kurt Sansone
While the Nationalist Party is orchestrating a scaremongering campaign against Alternattiva Demokratika on the issue of abortion, its prospective European Parliamentarians will be sitting alongside other Christian Democrats who have legalised abortion in their respective countries, shattering the perception that the European People’s Party is an anti-abortionist fortress.


TOP NEWS

Bishops see Red but not Blue

Archbishop tells Gonzi “solidarity is like skimmed milk”


OTHER NEWS

Lou Bondi stands up to German “cultural superiority”

Gonzi says EP election is ‘PN’s gift to the people’

Jason Azzopardi uses cheap time to entice voters for the wrong reasons

EU tariffs to be levied on overstocking of sugar and meat

They’re all coming out…

The end of PBS as we know it

St Luke’s incinerator marathon kicks off again

Libya-Israel chess stalemate leaves Malta hanging


INTERVIEW

I’m not Manuel Cuschieri
The man whom many view as the PN’s answer to Manuel Cuschieri says he is ready to work with Labour MEPs if he gets elected. By Karl Schembri


THIS WEEK

Rocking the US
Arguably Malta’s most innovative rock band, the Beangrowers have been together for yonks, although they are still relatively young. In 1999 they signed to Rough Trade Records, and following the release of their debut album '48k' they toured extensively across central Europe, and even relocated to Germany for a two-year stint.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
The circus goes to Athens for the greatest show on earth

 


Will malta be a bridge to the south?
Karl Schembri
takes our promise to bridge Europe with North Africa seriously and foresees some problems

Small is Beautiful
Saviour Balzan takes a historical and cultural perspective at Malta and the Maltese

The day Europe became one
Kurt Sansone recalls the day in Copenhagen when the EU of 25 finally became a reality

Waiting for Europe - the long march to emancipation ….
Matthew Vella leaves no stone unturned in underlining the aspirations of that very small but anxious libertarian core of Maltese voters

Is Europe a Christian bastion?
European identity has been moulded by its deep roots in Christianity, is this still valid? Julian Manduca asks

EDITORIAL

Puerile political campaigning and crass hypocrisy
Dr Tonio Borg, the bland, conservative deputy leader of the Nationalist party has made some deleterious remarks against the Maltese Greens.


OPINION

To hell with FM Bronja
Many of these Christian democrat governments saw fit to introduce ABORTION and DIVORCE in their own country...

Unfathomable Cypriots
Karm Farrugia
Surely the Cypriots could have done much better than a noisier tuneless pop song and dance by way of contribution to the EU enlargement celebrations...

Sleeping with the enemy
Michael Falzon explains why there are still lingering doubts about Labour’s position on the EU...

The great abortion liars
Harry Vassallo takes the Nationalist Party and its leader to task for manipulating the media; he accuses the party in government of lying about Malta’s economic performance and warns that nobody should lie about AD and abortion...

Fr Peter vs Fr Colin
Anna Mallia
Fr Peter and Fr Colin are both priests, they are both Catholics and they both have the same Archbishop and bishop as their leaders...

Maltese students less equal than others
Evarist Bartolo takes a leaf out of Animal Farm and points an accusing finger at a government that has not acted against discrimination in the EU against Maltese nationals ...

The need for imaginative action
Joe Friggieri explains why he decided to contest and calls for an intellectual and moral commitment to assist those living on the margins of society


BUSINESS

Malta at EuroMed for first time as EU member

Cottonera Waterfront Group begins Lm1.5 million Fort St Angelo restoration

EU greets Malta with slap on the wrist as deficit spirals


LETTERS

Michael Falzon misfired on hunting issue

Falzon convinced me to vote Alternattiva

Scandalous Sunday broadcasting

Carmela Zammit’s box


 

 


 

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