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Mobile operators resist disclosure of clients’ location data to police
Arsons investigations face major setback because of Vodafone and Go Mobile
Karl Schembri
Police officers investigating the string of arson attacks on the Jesuits, Daphne Caruana Galizia and MaltaToday editor Saviour Balzan among others, suspected to be fuelled by racism over the last year are facing resistance from Malta’s two mobile telephone companies which are refusing to pass over information about their clients indicating their whereabouts.

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Resignation fuelled by hunters’ appeasement


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Government still undecided on amnesty for black money in Euro changeover

Phone companies refusing to pay for eavesdropping

‘After-hours’ ops to kill waiting lists

Lm140,000 unclaimed Super Five prize

Clash of personalities: Alfred Sant preferred to Gonzi as Prime Minister

Former MP Josie Muscat toying with new party

It’s official, government takes over local enforcement

Mediation saves 220 marriages in three years

Malta not the culprit in tuna over-fishing – Frans Agius

ADT clamps down on taxi drivers

Claire Bonello and Charles Polidano drop charges against each other after Caqnu’s apology

Dhalia chief - new building zones will increase property prices

Seven cruise ships in Valletta on Friday

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Interview
Best with less
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MSE’s nine-month review

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EDITORIAL
Dragging politics into everything


OPINION

Sucking up to the gorillas
- Saviour Balzan

 

Your right to know
- Anna Mallia

 

Just don’t mention the “B” word
- Claire Bonello

 

Are they being served?
- Evarist Bartolo


In search of abundance -
Varmel Vassallo


LETTERS

The irrevocably fixed conversion rate

On Legal Notice 128

Funny kind of sovereignty!

Sea breezes

Feudal planning

Parking fines and tribunal petitions

In favour of the Hondoq project

Shoddy Marsalforn

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