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Labour would win national election today, survey shows

James Debono

An election held today would see Labour win by a landslide even though Gonzi is still leading as the most trusted leader. A MaltaToday survey conducted in the same week during which hefty increases on fuel and electricity were announced has shown the Nationalist party is trailing five points behind the Labour party at 31 per cent.



Drought reason for price hike

How Gatt slashed Marlene Mizzi’s salary by Lm8,000

Queen’s royal shower has nowhere to go


Surcharge would be at least 69.5 per cent in 12 months’ time

San Lawrenz primary – individual attention, but not as you know it

Fraser asked to clarify misgivings on Lockerbie witness

The new doubts on Lockerbie

MTA “cartel” is abusive and has to change – Commission

No hurry to save energy, government still using old neon tubes

Maltese still tongue-tied in Brussels

Email interception “a measure of last resort”

Bird decoy sales still strong despite EU ban

Tender for ic-Cumnija plant awarded before public hearing

North West plan pulls the stops on golf course

Cow dung is our future

Budget may include surcharge wage compensation

No repossession of rented homes unless landlords prove “need”


Backbench with a view
Tomorrow, John Dalli will be on the backbench listening to Lawrence Gonzi as he reads his budget speech. Here he speaks about what he expects of this budget, and of the next two years of Nationalist rule by Karl Schembri

Sports Talk

Waiting for the Lion to roar
Kevin Grech talks to Valletta FC President Charles Camilleri about finances and the once great team’s position in the bottom half of the table by Kevin Grech


American activist
Activist, art collector, and writer living in Gozo



Fear of inflation and oil hikes
By George M. Mangion

BOV pre-tax profit of more than Lm26m

BOV announces another bonus issue

Euro hits highs against dollar

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Adding fuel to the flames
The explosion in the price of crude oil is a situation not of the government’s making. The hike is due to the strong demand for oil in the emerging economies of China and India together with the hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico.


Both eyes closed
The social partners and the people seemed to have closed both eyes to what was happening to the oil price on the international market,” screamed the editorial of the newspaper that spent decades placing monochrome pictures of British royalty sporting a tartan kilt when Malta was burning with Mintoff at the helm.
- Saviour Balzan

- Harry Vassallo

CHOGM: we want answers
- Anna Mallia

Sports Opinion

£770,000 a week, what a wage!
- Kevin Grech


PBS: Image vs performance

MEPA’s elastic briefs

Appalling MEPA tactics for Sliema

Unfair warden

Raising an eyebrow

Observing law is not nimbyism

Thanks to Fr Colin Apap

Shared ownership scheme

WWII veteran passes away

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