|TOP NEWS | Sunday, 28 October 2007
The great Caravaggio swindle
Caravaggio is the undisputed master of the chiaroscuro. But 400 years since his eventful visit to Malta, he would be shocked to see some of his greatest works obscured into oblivion – while the limelight is being shone on paintings of shady repute...
Spiteri, Farrugia question wisdom of Sant’s tax-free overtime
Gonzi undecided whether to contest two districts
NEWS | Sunday, 28 October 2007
Palm tree owners on killer insect alert in Malta
New Sea Bank hotel set to rise to 10 floors
Rural towns’ kids excel in Junior Lyceum exams
Did Sant steal Gonzi’s Christmas budget?
MTA to develop marine park as private investors stay away
Breast screening programme under scrutiny
Government to go ahead with neutering programme
Irish police drop case against Muscat’s son
SAD and lonely in Malta
Independent editor publishes wife’s letter against Daphne
The winter of our shame
Politics with moderation
Siggiewi mayor Robert Musumeci says he belongs to a group of moderate politicians in the Nationalist party. Is this the sign of new life for a government that has been in power for 20 years? ...
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Safe hands make good stew
The Prime Minister may not be so good at comebacks. He plays to great audiences, stringing slogans and inspirational platitudes together effortlessly, begetting cheer and euphoria and other essential emotions required of one’s participation in the democratic system...
Guest Lawrence Zammit
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