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Top Story

EU contract of EUR565,000 for PN to monitor Maltese media

Matthew Vella

The Nationalist Party has been awarded a major EUR565,000 (Lm244,000) contract from the EU for providing a daily press review to the Commission representation in Ta’ Xbiex.


 


TOP NEWS

Malta will be the worst performing member state in the next two years

Speaker asked to investigate Louis Buhagiar 2001, 2002 ‘declarations’

No conflict of interest for MEPA board member who offers advice to developers


OTHER NEWS

Malta’s unknown energy policy sees the light in Rome

PBS unable to produce its programmes – confidential report

Zebbug and Zurrieq: Malta’s waste renegades

Labour presents “holistic” tourism plan

Evidence against alleged forger exposes bank’s loopholes

Anton Refalo defies MLP and calls for an aerodrome

Italians did not dispatch a rescue team – Tony Abela

New plans for Sliema unveiled

Death sentence for Sliema’s Ghar il-Lembi

CHOGM: Here’s the biggest security operation ever on the islands

The state we’re in

Parisians not alarmed by protests

Mintoff looks to Europe for his water supply

Michael Bonnici refuses PN honour

Gulia blames CHOGM for rise in theft

Xaghra council awards tender to mayor’s employee

Eastern European residents rank highest in Malta


INTERVIEW

Salt in the wound
Businessman Frank Salt had a good word to say about government’s new tax regime on the sale of property. Here he explains further about the new capital “pains” by Matthew Vella


THIS WEEK

Opening doors
Marilyn Hodgson – an award-winning sculptress and poetess born in Edinburgh, and now living in Malta, has held diverse exhibitions of photography, art and drawings both locally and overseas, and simply enjoys “opening doors” for local artists. By Erika Brincat



Economy

Social instability hits France - By George Mangion

Wind knocked out of banking shares

Vodafone sent chills through the Telecoms sector

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EDITORIAL

Seeing things in the proper perspective
The Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Malta is the biggest international event ever being hosted in our country.


OPINION

Rome is burning
I very well hope the Nationalist party will pass this text on to the technocrats in Brussels.
- Saviour Balzan

Poor PR of CHOGM
- Anna Mallia

Bonsai in a coma
- Evarist Bartolo

Burying Pinto’s wall
- Claire Bonello


LETTERS

Sliema Chalet controversy

Bondi’s plus and Xarabank react to PriceWaterHouse confidential report

BOV and Manoel Theatre seats

Manoel Theatre Opera tickets

Grave omission, or papal double standards

Xarabank’s “suicide”

Golf wisdom

Lest MEPA forget!

Count Sandro Calleja: no dynastic ambition

Cart ruts

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