TOP NEWS | Sunday, 29 July 2007

‘I’ll be watching you’
Watch out – they’ll be checking on you from above.
Government will tomorrow launch its latest enforcement strategy from the skies in a bid to ensure no development takes place outside development zones – aerial pictures of every inch of the Maltese islands will be used to compare pictures with different date-lines to keep tabs on all developments...

Close call as Mifsud re-elected by a measly three votes
The tension was palpable at the Malta Football Association’s headquarters as association vice-president Carmelo Bartolo counted the votes for the two contestants for the post of MFA president. As the votes swayed between the two rival candidates, the monotone call of ‘Darmanin Demajo’ and ‘Dr Mifsud’ were the only words that mattered as delegates and journalists feverishly ticked away on the counting sheet.

Auditor reappointed in last-minute decision
Auditor General Joseph G. Galea’s tenure was yesterday extended within just an hour of MaltaToday’s enquiries with the Office of the Prime Minister over the finalisation of one of the National Audit Office’s most politically charged of audits.

Agreement signed with investigated importer
The Prime Minister yesterday finally signed the Pharmacy of Your Choice agreement with a pharmacy owners’ representative who is under investigation for allegedly importing fake drugs...


Saviour Balzan: ‘Terrinu’ Ettore Bono returns

Anna Mallia: Malta shipyards: do or die

John Dalli:
Libya: land of opportunity

Claire Bonello: The case of the aluminium balcony and the man who would not be a poodle

NEWS | Sunday, 29 July 2007

Labour woos ex-GWU Emmanuel

Health Ministry mute on Mater Dei migration

Three police officers interrogated in MMA bribery scandal

Consumer watchdog investigates anti-fungal cream price

Priests and NGOs rule community radio, OK

Letters of shame

ATP refuses separate bus route for migrants

Azzjoni Nazzjonali bar press from first AGM


Malta moved its body
The MTV fiesta on the granaries last Thursday evening was a resounding success, not only for the record numbers it drew but also for the excitement it generated among revellers of all ages... Editorial >

Libya: land of opportunity
About a fortnight ago I was invited by the Ministry of Economy and the Chamber of Commerce in Holland to be the keynote speaker in a seminar about Libya... Opinion - John Dalli

Bring on the clowns…
It was another fine day at the Valletta police station. The sun was shining, the pigeons were moulting, and despite the outrageous recent indulgence in musical concerts, outdoor festivities and other such examples of State-sponsored anarchy, the entire country appeared to have finally reverted to its usual, lazy routine...

Opinion - Raphael Vassallo >

Uptight MLP candidates

Charlot Zahra’s election diary

The Julian Manduca Award

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