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MTA board shocked with tapping scare
Karl Schembri and Matthew Vella
Malta Tourism Authority board members were threatened with imprisonment and warned they could have their telephones tapped by the police as part of the investigation into the leak to the press of the chairman’s draft letter to brand consultant Christian Sinding.

Government to take control over local enforcement

British High Commission reacts to criticism on prestigious scholarships

Controversial tactics on immigration reach EU borders agency


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OTHER NEWS

250 ducks still occupying Delimara fort

Man killed in hunting incident

Malta on the cocaine cartel route

Deposit system to be extended to plastic bottles and cans

EU Commission finalising investigation on development boundaries

PBS journalists revolt against current affairs relegation

Ex-sponsor of Malta University’s Link campus arrested

Sunny Coast lido turned down, Anglu Xuereb: “why me?”

Is Bin Laden dead?

Sliema council secretary resigns amid PN rift in council

Government seeks Danish support on wind energy

PBS plans to hive off advertising services

Tourism minister cancels EUR50,000 funding for private ‘Malta House’

Maltacom to have Digital TV in “few months”

Tecom’s city means less jobs at Maltacom

On SmartCity

For & Against: The Pope and Islam


Interview
The Pope, not the professor
Philosopher Peter Serracino Inglott says Benedict may have ‘forgotten’ he was still the head of the Catholic Church when he took the Regensburg podium. by Matthew Vella



THIS WEEK
Only Connect
French painter Laurent Muller will be exhibiting a series of ink paintings at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta entitled ‘Evanescence’, starting October 5. A series of neo-Baroque and abstract work will also be on display at the Wignacourt Museum, Rabat in an exhibit called ‘L’Amour, Desire and Knighthood memories’. Both exhibitions will run until October 29. Teodor Reljic visits his Valletta studio


Business Today on Sunday

Smart taxation without tears - By George M. Mangion

New ways of thinking in business

 


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EDITORIAL
Choice is also a value


OPINION

The return of the Pink Panther
- Saviour Balzan

 

 

The Archbishop must go now
- Anna Mallia

 

The Virtual Reality Monster
- Claire Bonello

 

 

An ‘arranged rape’
- Evarist Bartolo

 

 

Digging deep for victory
- Chelsea Blogger

 

An apology is not enough
- Mark-Anthony Falzon

“…send not to ask for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee…”
- Carmel Vassallo

 


LETTERS

Hondoq – only speculators will benefit

Streaming in education

Human fertilisation

Chevening Scholarships: fixing the problem

Brand Malta

Bypassing the true picture

Congratulations to George Pullicino

Chevening Scholarships

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