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Only 20 per cent approve of Zarb’s performance
James Debono
In the wake of the loss of three veteran section secretaries, the General Workers Union has emerged bruised, with its leader’s performance judged positively by only 19.8 per cent of respondents in MaltaToday’s survey on people’s perception on trade unions.

Mayor’s racist letter does not tally with MLP policy – Jason Micallef

Valletta traffic plans in chaos

Gonzi gave backing to Pullicino Ta’ Cenc letter

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Sinding insists he was right on Brand Malta

Sliema Seacliff under the hammer

Gonzi’s photo loses Stars and Stripes

Sandro Schembri Adami’s house seized for auction

So what? TVM head’s litmus test for new programmes

‘Maltese’ is Australia’s Dad of the Year

Abolishing car registration “not implementable”

EasyJet confronts government tomorrow over routes

Special Olympics problems hinge on NGO legislation void

Sliema Chalet car park still on the cards despite embellishment works

Marshal trouble at law courts

GWU ex-officials wanted to destabilise the union, says Mercieca

Five years on, no safer than before

The war on terror and its tradeoffs

Eco-tax increase not ruled outas waste time-bomb looms

For & Against: To Stream or not to stream

A question of style
Marlene Pullicino was a Nationalist candidate who defected to Labour. Pro-EU, pro-Euro, pro-privatisation, she says the two parties are divided by style, not ideology. by James Debono

Dance, Dance, Dance
Chosen by audition to attend the prestigious Elmhurst School for Dance in Birmingham, Sandrina Spiteri Gonzi, a former student of St. Martin’s College, left Malta in 2005 at the age of 13 to pursue a five-year vocational programme in the UK.

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Apotheosizing the middle classes - By George M. Mangion

Plaza registers interim results improvement

Treasury management solutions from Crystal Finance

Alberta contracted for Mater Dei


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