|TOP NEWS | Sunday, 09 December 2007
Government boycotts judge and magistrate
Government has decided to formally exclude a judge and a magistrate, both of whom are accused of breaching the judicial code of ethics by the Commission for the Administration of Justice, from all official functions with immediate effect.
Euro price hike scare
If the Prime Minister decides to go for an election early next year, immediately after the change of currency, he will have to live with an anxious electorate which associates the Euro with price increases.
Louis Deguara turns down Mental Health Commission’s free drugs proposals
Health Minister Louis Deguara has said he disagrees with the National Commission for Health Reform’s proposals to widen the mental illnesses covered by free medication, claiming the commission’s views came from a “narrow perspective”.
BirdLife warns of ‘possible smokescreen’ on Ta’ Cenc
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Defiant but forgiving
A week after being appointed consultant to the Prime Minister, former Cabinet Minister John Dalli is in defiant mode.
Matthew Vella: Killing the TV debate
Michael Falzon: Lessons from Down Under?
John Dalli: Sustainable
Evarist Bartolo: New hope for thousands of families
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