TOP NEWS | Sunday, 16 September 2007

Nationalist mayor reports brothers to MEPA
In a definite break with the nepotism and omertà characterising Gozitan politics, Nationalist mayor Chris Said reported an illegality committed by Said Constructions-a company owned by his brothers Peter Paul and Josef Said to the Malta Environment and Planning Authority...

MEPA Chairman refusing to stay on
Environment Minister George Pullicino is looking for a new Chairman for the Malta Environment and Planning Authority as Andrew Calleja’s second term in office expires in a month’s time...

Gonzi to push party financing debate in Cabinet tomorrow
The Prime Minister will be pushing the debate on party financing at tomorrow’s Cabinet meeting following weeks of claims and counter-claims on politicians’ close and obscure ties to businessmen...

One-third of Maltese not coping with expenses
One-third of the Maltese say they are not earning enough money to cope by the end of the month according to the findings of the latest MaltaToday survey...


Saviour Balzan: The great deflection

Anna Mallia: Tourism twists

Michael Falzon:
The world according to One News

Raphael Vassallo: Blood, sweat and beers

NEWS | Sunday, 16 September 2007

Breaking the electoral law: the campaign finance

Buying votes, selling parties

The Jeunist revolution at the heart of Pietà

The sweet ‘Taste of Freedom’

Cow farms to be moo-ved from historical sites

Frontex feeble but saves lives

EU bureaucracy slows funding process for immigration

Hopeful turnout for this year’s Arts Festival


Looking at the bigger picture
Low-cost travel is back in the news. Any discussion of the effect of the arrival of low-cost airlines upon our national carrier should bear in mind a few home truths...Editorial >

The changing of the guard
A new Gozitan dynasty in the making? Nadur mayor Chris Said talks about the emerging breed of Nationalist underdog, and the challenges ahead for his beloved Gozo
Interview by James Debono >

Dirty water everywhere

A clear indication that the campaign for the forthcoming General Elections (whenever they may be held) is in full swing is the fact that the “dirty tricks” departments of the main political parties in Parliament have kicked off in earnest... Charlot Zahra’s election diary >

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