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Europe’s millions risk going down the sewer

James Debono

Malta could stand to lose EUR12 million in funding if both the sewage treatment plants planned for Gozo and Mellieha are not operational by the end of 2006.



Golf course a “closed chapter” for Frans Agius

Motor shock: your car costs you at least Lm4 a day

Golf course ‘bolt out of the blue’, says Winston Zahra


Lecturer takes helm at mouldy right-wing

Sannat councillor sues secretary for withholding council documents

Government has no energy to seek alternatives, say Greens

Brussels keeps MEPs’ finances under wraps

Sharon Ellul Bonici calls it a day with Attard Montalto

Bugeja exculpates St Paul’s Bay council from damning audit

Malta’s competitiveness expected to take a nosedive

Thirsty golf means agriculture will lose out on water supply

Sant champions golf course at Ta’ Cenc and White Rocks


The unholy war

Backdoor marriage

Taking politics to the grave – the undignified mizbla

Antidepressants can trigger “suicidal behaviour and hostility”

Civil servants top national sick leave average

Rock festival banned from Ta’ Qali in unprecedented move

Suicide attempt at prison’s maximum security block


Why not in my backyard?
Denying Alfred Sant’s allegation that government wants to build a golf course in Ghajn Tuffieha to favour their secluded hotel, Winston Zahra and his namesake son admit it would not be a bad development to have next door. Definitely better than Maghtab. by Karl Schembri

Sports Talk

Not just a fighting sport
Kenneth Abela President of the Malta Karate Federation takes some time from his busy weekend at the Mediterranean Karate Championship to talk to KEVIN GRECH about this exciting sport


Sculpting beauty
Nicole Durand is a French sculptress who has exhibited her works around the United States, France and Italy.


Flat need not be flavourless
By George M. Mangion

New HSBC funds offer protection of capital and minimum return

Emirates entrusted to ship Malta built AC cars to New York

Go mobile launches new roaming tariff

MTA online training programme nominated for UK award

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Finding the energy
The cost of energy has always been a problem for our country. Our limited resources and our total dependence on importation means the price of oil will always be high and burdensome on the Maltese economy


Plan B
There is always something to look forward to when plan A is unleashed and fails.
- Saviour Balzan

Racist, racist
- Harry Vassallo

Architecture is our destruction
- Anna Mallia

Just a smiling face
- Michael Falzon

Sports Opinion

Serie A: the drama finally ends and starts
- Kevin Grech


Challenge to WastServ

Garbage problems

Reduce noise pollution

The Sword of Damocles

St Paul’s Bay council

Hazardous Waste alert

Used vehicle feud

Wardens ruined our holiday

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