TOP NEWS | Sunday, 07 October 2007

Labour's proposed VAT rates revision impossible, says EU
Labour will revise VAT rates on educational supplies and services such as books and school uniforms, its deputy leader Charles Mangion told MaltaToday. But the party faces a clash with the European Commission, which says the proposal is not possible...

Investigators may have to resort to secret services
Police detectives may resort to the security services in their arsons investigations after an appeals court last Wednesday ruled against the disclosure of location data to investigators that would identify mobile phone owners who were close to the scenes of the crimes...

70% give thumbs down to State funding of parties
The majority of the Maltese do not want to fund political parties from their taxes, with only 32 per cent agreeing with a system of State funding...


Saviour Balzan: 100 years from now

Claire Bonello: Should the toupée be doing the talking?

Anna Mallia:
A gunshot country

Raphael Vassallo:Election fever? More like national dementia

NEWS | Sunday, 07 October 2007

Forget low cost, go microlight!

Lowell lists 50 ‘traitors’ marked for Van Helsing-style execution

Labour consultant drafted PN management plan

Two fans charged with fracas at football match

Setting the example on energy saving

Election overshadows MEPA’s dramatic Ramla u-turn

AFM finally switch on voice recording system

New Hypogeum monitoring project launched

Creationism: alive, well and approved by Malta’s educational authorities


Adding fuel to the fire
Last Wednesday’s court sentence by Judge Philip Sciberras is a serious setback to our country’s security and executive safeguards of the free press... Editorial >

Valletta at heart and Sliema in mind
Valletta mayor Paul Borg Olivier might not be the PN’s newest face; but when it comes to sensitive issues like over-development or rent reform, he does provide a different perspective...
Interview by James Debono >

Comeback time

The return of the windy autumn season led to the comeback of the television schedules choc-a-bloc with inviting programmes, some of them as new as a squeaking shoe while others are revamped with the hope of retaining their audiences and possibly gain new viewers... Charlot Zahra's election diary >

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