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Top Story

Majority trust Mangion, yet only 28% trust Tony Abela

James Debono

On the receiving end of an embarrassing revelation that exposes their lack of political judgement, Labour’s deputy leader Charles Mangion and Nationalist junior minister Tony Abela have had varying degrees of trust from the electorate, the latest MaltaToday Trust Barometer reveals.


 


TOP NEWS

Notarial council secretary resigns after alleging registry system is ‘costly’ and ‘unconstitutional’

Government pleads ignorance in Jumbo Lido scandal


OTHER NEWS

Premier division’s family feud “no problem or conflict”

Labour MP denies anonymous allegations on lifestyle

Mtarfa residents oppose housing over catacombs

Muscats take on party monoliths

BICAL depositor get his Lm1,000 after 14 years

Court orders sale of Sliema Seacliff for Lm750,000

Almost 80 per cent own a mobile phone

Electricity bills lift MLP’s electoral fortunes

Clemency on “sharing” in amendments to drug laws

There’s more venom at the top than inside the snake pit

Eyewitness Mifsud: watching Palestine vote

Malta left out of EU cultural debate with Barroso

Norway’s black metal “count” on Lowell’s blog

Winery insists massive tent threatens vineyards but Sign It insists claim unfounded

Muslims’ taboos confront Western free speech

Investors cash in on Maltacom shares


INTERVIEW

The people’s tribune
Labour MP Marie-Louise Coleiro claims the 55% surcharge is making minimum wage earners turn to illegal employment to make ends meet by James Debono



THIS WEEK

From the 60s with love
The world’s premier Beatles show will be held at the Eden Arena in Paceville on 17 February, at 8.45pm. Mario Camilleri, the Chairman of I.T.C (which organised the Australian Pink Floyd), talks to Erika Brincat about The Bootleg Beatles’s upcoming performance.


Economy

Sustained activity on MSE

Central Bank of Malta leaves the central intervention rate unchanged

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EDITORIAL

A wake up call
The publication of official figures showing that the number of Maltese passengers travelling overseas has declined is a wake up call for government.


OPINION

Poor, poor souls
- Saviour Balzan

 

Threats and bluster
- Harry Vassallo

 

Sant on PBS
- Anna Mallia

 

Snakes and Ladders
- Michael Falzon


LETTERS

That public consultation farce

Mellieha local and national roads

Qui-Si-Sana Car Park

Let’s curb development

Emanuele Muscat and Mozart

Allegations on Nadur child sex abuse

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