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TOP STORY

First ever Exit Poll
Busuttil, Cassola and Muscat ahead
A MaltaToday XFM radio exit poll indicates Simon Busuttil as the candidate with the highest number of first count votes, followed by Arnold Cassola and Joseph Muscat a close third. However, a vast majority of those answering yesterday’s exit poll refused to divulge their preferred candidate.


TOP NEWS

Have we missed the point?

Will Europe take a Left turn?

Sant backtracks on Caqnu allegation

More serious revelations on land scams as libel actions unleashed


OTHER NEWS

300 interviewed but none accepted work

GRTU takes importers’ problems to Brussels

Malta helping US in show-off terrorism trial

Direct investment opportunity that could involve billions, identified


INTERVIEW

Extinction
Less than two months since Malta’s EU accession, farmers are saying that cheap imported produce is flooding the market and threatening their livelihood, while the government says it is still too early to panic. The Secretary General of the Association of Farmers,
Peter Axisa, sees farmers extinct in five years’ time- By Karl Schembri

Health, the economy and smoking
The Head of the Health Promotion Department Mario Spiteri takes umbrage at comments that economic considerations should come before health concerns - By Kurt Sansone


THIS WEEK

Boosting fine art
Isabelle Borg worked as a graphic designer at Decca Records in London, where she was born, before graduating in painting at the Camberwell School of Art in 1986.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
EURO 2004: Quality tournament gets underway
The Crème de la Crème


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

The day after
The day after any election in Malta, the land where politics is the biggest sport, is no ordinary day.


OPINION

Trophy time
There is a feeling that this election will lead to some change. One can never be too optimistic. - Saviour Balzan

Convoluted -Karm Farrugia

 

Women are not after chocolate -Anna Mallia

 


BUSINESS

Oil – is it now on a downtrend?


LETTERS

More dolphin exploiting tricks

Obligations lie with the builders

Are Asian sellers legal?

Kercem rubble wall is legal

Who are those notaries?

The evil amongst us


 

 


 

MaltaToday - Malta’s fastest growing newspaper
Readership of MaltaToday grew by a staggering 152 percent in under twelve months. This is the conclusion of a survey carried out by ‘Informa’ consultants. The survey confirms that MaltaToday is the fastest growing newspaper on the island with 4.3 percent of the newspaper market share compared to the 6.4 percent of it’s main rival, The Malta Independent on Sunday.
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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