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Shocking economic figures upset Gonzi’s convergence plan

Matthew Vella
Malta’s first year into the EU has come and gone, and 2005’s first quarter of economic activity has brought bad news – a negative growth in the gross domestic product of 0.1 per cent and a drop in exports of 14 per cent.


 


TOP NEWS

Former MP under investigation over missing inheritance

Liberian tries to hang himself at Police HQ


OTHER NEWS

AD launches rent referendum campaign

Minister’s letter confirms new MTA chief was sore point for restructuring team

Anglu Farrugia’s deadly political weapon – appalling English

ADT vacancy confirms Lm1,000 blunder

Dr Josie Muscat reiterates call for Sonia Camilleri’s resignation

Casa votes against gay-friendly report

Asylum seeker seeks constitutional redress over appeals procedure

Floriana PN councillor resigns as Parties plot for mayor’s removal

Digesting TV Audiences

MIA officer cleared of false SARS alarm

Sea Malta, the legacy of BICAL’s lost empire

Home Affairs Minister to intervene in Ghajnsielem council illegal employment

The sixth seat is dead

Notaries increase fees

Discrepancies in China visas procedures triggers embassy clean sweep


INTERVIEW

Postman Rob gets wings
Robbie Borg has been accused of bringing over to Malta the cheap three-star British tourist. But this is one entrepreneur who refuses to flinch at the criticism and in his latest bout of ‘madness’ he has set up BritishJet.com, a Maltese-owned low fare airline. Here he speaks of his new venture and the crisis in tourism by Kurt Sansone


THIS WEEK

All in hard edge
Joseph Pulo, 57, is holding his third exhibition ‘Reminiscences’ at the GWU’s Workers Memorial Building in Valletta and the National Labour Centre in Hamrun.



BUSINESS

Government in research and development limbo

Ernst Funk to leave Air Malta

New Hilton general manager wants to “know and feel” Malta

Malta Financial Services Authority issues warning


 

 

 

 


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EDITORIAL

What’s new?
The launching of the new labour movement, Moviment Laburista Popolari, significantly using the MLP acronym, while confessing the same aims deserves critical analysis.


OPINION

Reclaim my brain
A media coup is one way of describing the birth of Anna Mallia’s Moviment Laburista Popolari.
- Saviour Balzan

Love of Labour
- Anna Mallia

Till death do us part
- Michael Falzon

Success inevitable
- Harry Vassallo



LETTERS

Unprofessional

Not responsible for the accident in question

Dead birds squawking: ‘walkie-talkie’ tourists baulking

De Bono’s football follies – a suggestion

Free as a bird

Sliema council accusations

Apology is in place

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