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TOP STORY

Dalli resigns
Karl Schembri
As was widely expected Foreign Affairs Minister John Dalli resigned yesterday afternoon with junior minister Michael Frendo hastily sworn in less than an hour after the Prime Minister accepted the resignation.


TOP NEWS

Inheritance scandal perturbs Church authorities

Police follow more leads in Grech murder probe


OTHER NEWS

Dalli’s reasons for resigning

President tells MaltaToday to ask Leo Brincat for clarification

100 days of Gonzi

PN executive to meet Thursday - first time since electoral defeat

Sant mocks John Dalli resignation

“It never crossed my mind that the accounts were not correct” – third Priceclub director

Supermarket price war starts in earnest


INTERVIEW

You can’t leave your hat on
Edward de Bono, the inventor of lateral thinking, speaks about his recently launched World Centre for New Thinking, the silly idiots who criticise his books and about ‘waffo’ – his alternative to cool - By Karl Schembri


THIS WEEK

Transposing traditional music into contemporary modalities
Composer Ruben Zahra is making a name for himself both inside and outside Malta and has composed soundtracks for films in the US.


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
The new kings of Portugal and Greece


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

A resigning matter
The resignation of John Dalli has brought to an end a very unnecessarily long drawn out affair


OPINION

Saint Joseph the housekeeper
What happens if a company you head, supervise, or administer loses something to the tune of Lm 26 million as the Air Malta group did?- Saviour Balzan

Small is (sometimes) beautiful -Karm Farrugia

 

Round one to Shylock-Harry Vassallo

 

Bill 27: the fast track to injustice -Anna Mallia

 

Economic migrants and genuine refugees -Henry Frendo


BUSINESS

Budget cuts were tuned to revenue expectations

Government could present White Paper on pension reform

NSO labour statistics reveal wide gender gap

Euro-zone unemployment stable at 9.0%

Farsons Group increases turnover and profits

HSBC launches a major new product and service proposition - The Gold Account


LETTERS

The dangers of New Age

Priests and politics

Another successful year

Revising the Church properties law

Malta’s agriculture agreements should be discussed

Questioning the profession


 

 


 

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