TOP NEWS | Sunday, 22 July 2007

Guess who is doing the asking for Presidential pardons?
Six Labour MPs have admitted they have asked for presidential pardons for their clients, in their roles as criminal lawyers – news that will come as sweet music for the Nationalist spin machine...

MP wouldn’t divulge names after corruption allegations
Labour’s shadow minister for roads has admitted not having passed on detailed information to the chairman of the planning authority, on people he accused of having paid a MEPA official...

Cacopardo does not exclude standing for election
The former Nationalist candidate at the heart of MEPA’s opposition to reinstate him in its own audit office is not excluding standing for election.



NEWS | Sunday, 22 July 2007

Government launches Pre-Budget document

ADT prohibits public buses from taking foreign students

History revisited for a government that has forgotten its past

Reduced commission sends travel agents to court

Curia asks MUT for names of schools in gay teachers row

Diving into the deep blue sea

‘Don’t add insult to injury’, Martin Debono tells Joe Saliba

Unhappy tourists lament burgeoning language students

Only 6% of foreign workers hail from Africa

Stability ranking highlights Malta’s migration challenge

Two floors over Knights’ Barracks proposed for Dock 1

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