TOP NEWS | Sunday, 16 December 2007

China wants super embassy in Pembroke
The Chinese government wants a new, extra large embassy building that would fit more than six football pitches, MaltaToday can reveal.
Cacopardo shoots himself in the foot
Carmel Cacopardo, the latest celebriy front-liner to embrace Alternattiva Demokratika’s green cause, had represented clients as architect for a massive development that would have changed the same site where, a week ago, he flanked the Green Party to decry the destruction of agricultural land in Hal Kirkop, MaltaToday can reveal.


Saviour Balzan: Proud to be European, or should we?

From philanthropy to misanthropy: Partisan point scoring on hold-ups

Anna Mallia:
Insensitivity to gambling

Raphael Vassallo: Happy Crisis… I mean, Christmas

NEWS | Sunday, 16 December 2007

Only 8% have more money to splash out this Christmas

How government ceded public foreshore to Otters

Schengen visa to demand children’s fingerprints from age five

Will Malta’s 17 spell good luck or bad luck to the Lisbon Treaty?


The cost of living

With the imminent introduction of the euro and peoples’ tendency to fear the unknown, the cost of living has become a matter for concern and a potential electoral issue.Editorial >

Matthew Vella:
High ideals

Rabbi David pollina: Guess who’s not coming for Christmas dinner

John Dalli:
The Lisbon Treaty

Evarist Bartolo:
Throwing away Lm20 million a year

The Julian Manduca Award

Current weather conditions

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