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TOP STORY

Revealed: MCESD report
Kurt Sansone
A report on competitiveness to be discussed by the Malta Council for Economic and Social Development, a copy of which is in the hands of MaltaToday, proposes a reduction in the number of public holidays, a lower statutory rate for overtime, the introduction of a property tax, lower income tax rates and a ceiling for wage increases in the public and private sectors.

 


TOP NEWS

RCC and DOI silent over alleged penthouse at Brussels embassy

Professional interests by Maltese MEPs will have to be declared


OTHER NEWS

Illegal canned soft drinks’ sold at dispensing machines in Government depts

A hazy red plan

Radju Marija to cost “around Lm150,000”

Alfred Sant remains tight-lipped on Chambray

PBS still without news manager

Government presents brave plan for generation of employment

Joe Saliba mum over former freemason’s appointment on PN commission

Don’t smoke it… drink it

Ready for the streets again? Students will say ‘no’ to cutbacks


INTERVIEW

The MLP should be in government
Historian and now dean of the faculty of arts at the university, Professor Dominic Fenech, keeps abreast of political and social developments in Malta. The former MLP secretary general and one-time member of the Broadcasting Authority looks a young 53, and has been a lecturer at the university for 25 years - By Julian Manduca


THIS WEEK

The Cajon player
Andrej Vujicic is originally from Belgrade, Serbia and met up with future wife and musical partner Fancesca ‘Cikka’ Grima at the university of Malta.


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 ask

EDITORIAL

Suffering from megalomania
The purchase of the Malta embassy in Brussels is fast turning into a comedy of errors. The price, the site and the state of the building are all matters of controversy.


OPINION

Blowing their trumpets
The best thing that ever happened to Public Broadcasting in Malta has been the disappearance of a PBS journalist from the box... - Saviour Balzan

The tax half-truth -Karm Farrugia

 

Santa Marija! -Harry Vassallo

 


SPORT

Tony Formosa's world of sports
Athens… the millionaires’ paradise


BUSINESS

BOV announces European Savings Bank competition

Free talk time from Vodafone

Red Bull importers ready for business

FOI members to benefit from database


LETTERS

Is heterosexual society under siege?

Not ready to tango

Public Broadcasting according to Fr. Joe

What a shame!

Amazed at what Maltapost chief said

Whose Cartoon?

ADT gives away Lm500 number plates to its staff

A social vision

No one was questioned by the Police Commissioner


 


 

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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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