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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 04 November 2007

Neck and neck despite a ‘generous budget’
Labour is enjoying a hairline lead of just 0.4% over the Nationalist party despite the government’s budget being judged as generous by 63% of respondents in a MaltaToday survey...

Killer microbe infects two ‘secret’ hotel
In the first 10 months of the year, the Legionella microbe, which thrives in cooling towers, hot tubs, jacuzzis and water tanks, has killed two Maltese residents and infected another 14...


WE STAND BY OUR STORY
Going out of his way to rubbish MaltaToday’s story published last Sunday – The Great Caravaggio Swindle – Heritage Malta Chairman Mario Tabone has skewed comments made to third parties by celebrity art critic Vittorio Sgarbi...


OPINIONS


Saviour Balzan: Seppuku


Pamela Hansen: Barking rules with no bite?


Anna Mallia:
Speculation and the Church


Raphael Vassallo: The way of the cross

NEWS | Sunday, 04 November 2007

After Cacopardo, Bondin seeks greener pastures too

Illum turns one

Park and rage, University style

Dürer prints in Malta could fetch thousands

‘We will fight them on the beaches’

PBS inside information leaked to Bondì

A salary rise for Malta’s doctors keeps the brain drain away

Heritage watchdog gives thumbs down to Chambray hotel

Forty-year friendship ends in tragedy



Gianpula


A battle of ideas
The country has embarked on a Presidential-style election campaign with party leaders and their respective political programmes being grilled and scrutinised by the media. The heat is clearly on, with one side being presented as a safer pair of hands and the other side being projected as the embodiment of change.... Editorial >



The populist in Labour’s ranks

Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca has made a name for herself as an old school Socialist firebrand. James Debono finds out that 33 years in politics have mellowed Labour’s social policy spokesperson to a more moderate shade of red...
Interview >
OPINIONS



John Dalli: Price matters


J.G. Vassallo: Game of political illusion


MT ELECTORAL WATCH
Party animals

The first gem of the week came last Sunday on Illum, in what transpired to be a pricey dispensation of ecclesiastical indulgences for the four-legged friends of a Nationalist candidate – another ruse in which the forces of good and evil seem to find common ground just prior to an election...


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