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Former Lorry Sant henchman strikes gold with new boundaries

James Debono

Former Lorry Sant henchman Piju Camilleri, the subject of much accusations by the Nationalist Party during the eighties for his involvement in many a land scandal, can thank his former detractors for now including a tract of land in Hal Ghaxaq in the so-called rationalisation of building boundaries.



 


TOP NEWS

Anton Refalo and Ninu Zammit to benefit from new MEPA scheme

Transport Authority investigating driving test bribery reports


OTHER NEWS

Manikata farmers concerned over Jesmond Mugliett’s asphalt nightmare

Attempted murderer arraigned

Police behind dramatic girl recovery from Syria faces dismissal

Pietà council in electricity theft chaos

Hola! Bonello is my amigo

Charles adoption ring “bought” infants for just Lm112

Court tells Patrick Spiteri to pay debts

Prices stable in drug market, purity levels decline

AD to present EU petition over power stations

Fresh race hate charges against Lowell

Clasping to free speech and war rhetoric in the dock

No you don’t!

More archaeological sites included in building sprawl

Polidano’s anomaly included in proposed scheme

The hitchhiker’s guide to the new Malta

MEPA’s round-the-clock task to include development zones

Major clubs cautious over telling MFA president to resign over paedophile case

For & Against: Rent reform


INTERVIEW
Meddling with MEPA
Labour environment spokesperson Roderick Galdes says the government interferes too much in MEPA’s business. But does Labour’s new policy offer any radical change for the planning authority? by James Debono


SPORTS INTERVIEW
For the love of football
Kevin Grech catches up with Sandro Micallef and asks him about the upcoming Malta Football Awards.
by Kevin Grech



THIS WEEK

A Man in Nature
Erika Brincat visits Thailand and talks to businessman Joseph Xuereb about the creation of an Eco-friendly Bamboo Plantation. Thailand is known as the land of smiles and we are greeted by warm-hearted, friendly people wherever we go, so it is no surprise that Joseph has chosen Pattayaís outskirts as his second home.


Business Today on Sunday

Pension reform: what future?

GlobalCapital announces bond issue allocation policy


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EDITORIAL
Getting tough on paedophiles


OPINION

Now for some real transparency
- Saviour Balzan

 

Eurovision disaster
- Anna Mallia

 

Damn good showing… pity about the flat notes!
- Michael Falzon

 

The taming of the shrew
- Chris Mangion


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