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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 13 January 2008

After the storm, Galea is asked to resign
Pullicino deems position of MEPA Deputy Chairman Catherine Galea ‘untenable’ after MaltaToday investigation
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No amnesties for undeclared cash
Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi has told his ministers he is against the issuing of amnesties to those who have undeclared Maltese lira, despite the millions in undeclared cash still hoarded inside Maltese homes and which still need to be converted into euros.


Top MLP official leaked Sant’s confidential health info
A senior, elected Labour official is being named by government sources as the mole behind the leak to the Sunday Times on the state of health of Labour leader Alfred Sant.



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