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Labour MEPs banned from standing in national election

Rumour that Louis Grech a socialist European parliamentary would be contesting as a candidate in the next general elections and had been promised a ministerial post was ruled out yesterday.

Polidano’s squats on government land for 10 years

The Court of Appeals last week ruled that Polidano Brothers Limited, the group of companies belonging to construction magnate Charles Polidano, has been illegally occupying 3,000 square metre stretch of land in Hal Farrug, limits of Mqabba, since allegedly purchasing the property in 1997.

Ghadira concession dates back to when the GWU had a cabinet post

The Mellieha Holiday Complex was given a beach concession on a part of Ghadira Beach in 1986 at a time when the GWU had a cabinet post in the Maltese Labour government.

Fireworks tragedy Carmel Farrugia 22, Richard Caruana 25, Sunny Borg 34, Paul Bonnici 47 and Vincent Galea 66 were laid to rest yesterday. The five men, four from B’Kara and one from Valletta lost their lives on the 27 June in a fireworks explosion at the Ta’ Xwieki fireworks factory off Gharghur. Yesterday morning, hundreds gathered at St Helen’s Basilica in B’Kara to pay their respects to the five men, their family and friends.


Sammut highlighted problems faced by residents in his constituency - Sant

MEPA Chairman turns to Ombudsman on Cacopardo case

Proposal for ex-prison inmates home opposed by Labour MP

Invisible people – Malta’s 2,000 rejected asylum seekers

Residence permits for immigrants who snitch on human traffickers

188 reports of abuse on vulnerable groups

Life threatening

Eight Maltese citizens in foreign prisons

Support for Gift of Life proposal in decline

Cenmed talks “advanced” but Sta Marija roads not ready yet

Bulldozers pave the way for cemetery in Nadur

OPM did not issue instructions to move oilrig - spokesperson

Faulty Gozo decompression chamber attracts tourists without saving lives

Dear Tony, can we have a Palestinian peace force?

Maltese government rapped over emissions from Marsa, Delimara again

Carmen Sant’s wind turbine ‘helps the world’ but angers neighbours in Marsascala












Do you feel betrayed by Selvaggi and Gerada?
“Their choice of words did not help.”

The North-South Education Divide


Saviour Balzan:
Pardon me, did you say Presidential Pardon?

Claire Bonello:
Vongole or votes?

Raphael Vassallo:
We need a bigger bandwagon

Anna Mallia:
Equality, my foot!

The Julian Manduca Award





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