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‘Tre Re’ to be revived by government

You don’t need a big embassy to spy on us, says Leo Brincat

Norman Zammit appeals order to pay Lm828,000 debt

Two charged with Lm50,000 fraud

The thrills of no-frills

A Year of Surveys

Old Malta buses scrapped or traded abroad

Cranes set to invade serene Lija

Seeking shelter

National airline, unions to meet tomorrow

Price Club told to pay more debts

Tecom, “still on towards SmartCity”

Cigarette sales flux: It’s not the smoking ban but the black market

Still hanging on

For & Against
The Gozo AirStrip
Does Gozo need a fixed-wing airlink?

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At the peak of the tourism crisis, a number of hoteliers proposed Nationalist backbencher Robert Arrigo to be appointed as a replacement for the much reviled tourism minister Francis Zammit Dimech – Arrigo’s heavyweight 10th district rival. By James Debono

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