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Top Story

The year of the migrant

A USD1,000 ticket to safety… rammed into a ramshackle vessel along with dozens of other desperate souls on a treacherous voyage through the Mediterranean. Lost at sea. Dead – Found – Saved. The year of the migrant is an understatement for the 15,000 who make the annual crossing to the European mainland.


 


TOP NEWS

Unemployment: top concern for the New Year

Insipid Malta entry flanks porn Queen and Europe’s knickers


OTHER NEWS

Joe Pirotta declines to head PBS editorial board

Pope John Paul II: personality of the year

Great misconceptions

2005: A new way of ‘doing’ politics!

‘Seesaw’ surcharge down to 47.5%

Reading habits

China – the Year of the Dragon

Gulf grief – America’s Iraqi quagmire

Europe’s annus horribilis

Magistrate not informed of decaying corpse – Chief Justice

Malta-registered website selling bogus Tamiflu

Ratzinger


INTERVIEW

Against the grain
Who said Europe would open Malta to diverse and more open societies? MARIO AZZOPARDI says 2006 will give us more of the same: unfettered mediocrity, bigoted Christianity and more junk TV. by Karl Schembri


THIS WEEK

A pro-active philosophy
Ronnie Micallef, the British Council’s country director for Malta, talks to Erika Brincat about their pro-active philosophy in support of education and the arts.



Economy

2006 World Cup lifts business perceptions - George Mangion

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EDITORIAL
Looking forward
Immigration, euro changeover, the March local councils and the unions are likely to be the issues dominating the political agenda in 2006.


OPINION

Someone to miss
- Saviour Balzan

 

Give us the goods and we’ll be back
- Claire Bonello

 

When a judge ceases to be a judge
- Anna Mallia

 

Sailing in uncharted waters
- Evarist Bartolo


LETTERS

Gozo magistrate not informed of problems with corpses

Labour’s violent past

The Depasquale report and public opinion

The limits to multiculturalism

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