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MLP turns down PN request to postpone March elections

Karl Schembri

The Nationalist Party has been holding backdoor meetings with the Labour party in an attempt to postpone the March local elections. Party insiders told ...


Gozo ferry VAT alert may lead to higher fares

Gatt considers suggestions of welfare abuse by Chambray man irrelevant

Curia’s cold feet on irregularities


Targets for Euro adoption by 2006 unrealistic - AD finance spokesperson

Cecil Pace tells Court KMB asked him to transfer shares to Mintoff nominees

New PBS Chairman says vacant news manager post ‘not even a problem’

“My resignation had nothing to do with bank privatisation” – Joe F.X. Zahra

Lawrence Gonzi and Louis Galea speak different lingo on opera house site

Richard England resigns from Malta Arts Council

Valletta graced with alu-frame after fallout with Welcome Europe

Mater Dei will open a year before general elections

Government won’t take action on Basel declaration on end-of-life vessels

Government hoping to avoid tax exemption loss on part of Brussels Malta House

Health authorities unperturbed by alarmingly high caesarean rates

Greens sets eyes on Gozo

VAT department has an annual rent of Lm200,000

Gozo, 81 per cent of road contracts awarded to one contractor

The autumn of the patriarch


An agent of change
Dr Michael Falzon has grown in stature within the Labour Party since his election to the post of deputy leader. Along with others he was an agent of change within the party. He now argues the MLP has to adapt to change and also be an agent of change By Kurt Sansone


Theatre is my life
Isabella Scicluna has been acting for several years and like most actors in Malta has a hard time balancing her job with the stage and her other interests.


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




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Shuffling the cards
By sheer historical coincidence, the re-election of President Bush and the demise of Yassar Arafat will shuffle the cards in the Middle East crisis.


Military man on the front page
As journalists we take it upon ourselves to screen the establishment, the administration, the politicians and we relish every minute of it. ... - Saviour Balzan

Epitaph for a terrorist - Harry Vassallo


Lose votes now, show me how - Claire Bonello


Smoking is great after sex - Karl Schembri



Tony Formosa's world of sports
Fashion and football


VOIP calling card use surges nearly 50 per cent

FOBC bemoans lack of skilled workers

September unemployment at 5.6 per cent

Industry turnover up six per cent

Eastern European stocks outperform on economic growth


School common entrance examination

Church school abuses

Hands off Freddie Fenech

Pay those that have lost their property their due

This is the Europe none of us should vote for

Be careful of double standards



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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