TOP NEWS | Sunday, 19 August 2007
Richard Muscat kept son’s alleged sexual assaults under wraps for 10 months
Malta’s ambassador to Ireland, Richard Muscat, submitted his resignation on Friday after the Irish press named his 35-year-old son, Massimo, who is accused of an alleged sexual assault on two women in Dublin 10 months ago.
Mater Dei carries unauthorised X-rays on patients
Around a dozen patients have been submitted to unauthorised X-rays at the new Mater Dei radiology department in a bid by the hospital authorities to test the new machines even before they are certified as safe.
Gozo’s Bishop defends ODZ developments
The Church projects mentioned by the Bishop of Gozo Mario Grech in his Santa Marija homily are all situated outside development zones and raise serious environmental concerns.
NEWS | Sunday, 19 August 2007
Chinese acquire permits thanks to old “agreement”
Home is where the art is…
The rise and fall of Malta’s towns
Sliema’s Norfolk Island pine tree saved
Record number of participants for this year’s book prize
MITP refurbishment plans promised
GRTU head ‘unhappy’ with convicted official but keeps him member
AD calls for zero tolerance to foreign students’ misbehaviour
Give unto MEPA what is MEPA's
Bondin with the landscape
Ray Bondin, ex-chairman of the Valletta and Floriana Rehabilitation Committee, is among the latest casualties in the ongoing battle for the conservation of cultural heritage. He talks to Raphael Vassallo about the reasons for his resignation, and the problems facing Malta’s many heritage sitesInterview >
Ta’ Cenc – the true facts
Many of the opinions over the Ta’ Cenc project are based on half-truths which do not single out one positive aspect of this project
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State of Disunion
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