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Sea Malta declares a profit of Lm276,633!

James Debono

Last Thursday Sea Malta’s annual report was presented to its shareholders and it showed a strikingly different picture from that presented by Minister Austin Gatt, For the past months he insisted that Sea Malta’s financial ills were incurable and that privatisation was the way of getting rid of this financial burden.



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Spielberg showers thousands of liri to keep shops closed

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Sannat mayor claims sabotage by council secretary

Weighing the costs of freedom of information

Managing Buskett like a roundabout

Hotels for CHOGM dignitaries not yet completed

In 2003: Eddie Fenech Adami said he had no intention of selling Sea Malta

Schembri Adami to be prosecuted on misappropriation


The prudent environmentalist
Din l-Art Helwa are the environmentalists with a key to the establishment. MARTIN GALEA contemplates the challenges ahead. by James Debono


Soprano Rosabelle Bianchi
On July 22 the much awaited performance of American composer Leonard Bernstein’s Candide is being presented by the Fondation de Malte in collaboration with the National Orchestra and Voices choir, as part of the summer arts festival – Festival Malta 2005, organised by the Malta Council for Culture and the Arts.

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A Maltese champion and a national coach
Snooker champion Alex Borg talks to Kevin Grech



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Hardys wine from down under

IFS-Malta elects new committee

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A draconian bill that could kill the entrepreneur
A bill presented in the House of Representatives proposes to extend the powers of the VAT commissioner to allow him to register a hypothec on immovable property of whoever fails to pay outstanding VAT owed to the government.


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Tony Abela not to be confused with his namesake Toni Abela is Malta’s burly junior defence minister.
- Saviour Balzan

Politics is dead!
- Anna Mallia

Portrait of an unhappy young man
- Evarist Bartolo

Freebies for the feeble-minded
- Claire Bonello

Sports Opinion

The money problem
- Kevin Grech


The interview that was

Archbishop’s stand on golf course proposal

VISET Waterfront will help Valletta

The Golf truths

Not in my back yard

Answering Fava

Corradino drug facility

Wrong party

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