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Top Story

Gonzi regains lost ground as GWU embarks on war path

James Debono

A surprising revelation in December’s MaltaToday survey has shown that in the aftermath of the budget the Nationalist Party has garnered three percentage points more than the Malta Labour Party, in a survey which asked respondents who they would vote for if an election is held now.

 


 


TOP NEWS

Government writes off activist’s Lm110,000 bill

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OTHER NEWS

Director exposes WSC downsizing plans without approval

National Bank shareholders refuse Lm7 million settlement

Gozitan secretary refuses to inform councillors of meetings

Lay-offs in car sector make 2005 a bad year

No permit for billboards obstructing coastline

Lino German, controversial stalwart of the Maltese medical profession

Corruption inference leads Commission to ask Councillor for evidence

Gonzi’s communications man to resign

Gay pride, Catholic prejudice

Cristina’s PBS appointment to happen this week

Blind voters still left in the dark

Price Club used third party as cover for Happy Saver deal

Vassallo avoids blacklisting on illegal employment

President presses Gonzi on Ombudsman, BA appointments

Sta Maria boathouse owners asked to pay Lm3000


INTERVIEW

Chickens come home to roost
Bleak prospects, big promises – EDWARD BORG, Buxom Chicken’s director, explains why government is leaving industry behind after accession into the European Union by James Debono


THIS WEEK

What is it to be a man?
Birmingham Stage Company has returned to Malta with The Return - the second play by Australian writer Reg Cribb. It won the 2002 Best of Fringe Award at the Adelaide Festival, and was short-listed for both the 2001 QLD Premier's Literary Awards and the 2003 Edinburgh Fringe Festival Assembly Award. By Erika Brincat



Economy

Government confident Malta will be ready for Euro in 2008

Five-year-old Go mobile launches Edge

Former HSBC Malta director appointed CEO

Index breaks another high

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EDITORIAL

Lessons to be learnt
The Sea Malta sale failure, after sixteen months of negotiations, is the final chapter in a turbulent and quasi-farcical privatization process.


OPINION

The two Tonies
Who shall it be – Tony (Zarb) or Tony (Blair)?
- Saviour Balzan

 

Closed minds, open questions
- Evarist Bartolo

 

Get real girls
- Claire Bonello

 

L-Istrina: Publish those accounts
- Anna Mallia


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PBS ethos under pressure

‘Tender Times’

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Appeal for illegal immigrants

In defence of our identity

Children with special needs

Austin Gatt breaks wind (energy)

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