TOP NEWS | Sunday, 25 November 2007

Britain betrays Malta big time
Foreign Minister Michael Frendo will be returning to his home in Sliema tomorrow, closing behind him a chapter that enticed the whole nation into supporting his bid to head the Commonewealth – a dream now robbed by an Indian diplomat supported by the invisible hand of the British...

Mass resignation threat by Mental Health Commission
The National Commission for Mental Health Reform has warned Health Minister Louis Deguara it will be resigning en masse if its proposals to widen the mental illnesses covered by free medication remain ignored by the government...

MEPA stops own auditor from taking witness stand
The Malta Environment and Planning Authority stopped its own auditor from taking the witness stand in a court case instituted by the M’Skala council and the Committee against the Recycling Plant against the Planning Authority’s decision to approve the Sant’ Antnin recycling plant...


Saviour Balzan: A better government… and yes, could you possibly somehow explain how?

Pamela Hansen: Law and order

Anna Mallia:
Shame on ADT!

Raphael Vassallo: Ideology 1, Science 0

Marceline Naudi: The many shades of domestic violence

Michael Falzon: The tale of the collapsed roof slabs

Evarist Bartolo:
The new politics of deception

John Dalli: Lessons from France

NEWS | Sunday, 25 November 2007

Serracino Inglott, political but not a party man

From palms to tower blocks?

MEPA issues enforcement against Dar Tal-Islam

Harry Vassallo challenges PM, Opposition leader to act quickly on property crisis

Galdes gives green spin to Labour’s consumption gaffe

Students to grade lecturers

Mugliett denies any connection with firm awarded project management work for Manwel Dimech bridge

Old and new collide in the green uprising

Malta’s first green campaign is not over yet

I went to Malta and all I got was this boob job


Polluter pays
The petition recently filed by a Maltese citizen on air pollution in Lija is an example of citizen power which can bring drastic changes to the way we live in Malta. Editorial >

When the corporations go marching in…

Forty years after his groundbreaking anthropological study on Malta, JEREMY BOISSEVAIN is surprised to observe how the local patronage networks he once wrote about have grown larger ever since. And so have those blasted billboards…
Interview >

Matthew Vella: Fancy meeting you here

The Julian Manduca Award

Current weather conditions

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