MaltaToday | Sunday, 17 February 2008



TOP NEWS | Sunday, 17 February 2008

Sant, Pullicino wash their hands over spring hunting
Labour leader Alfred Sant yesterday was non-committal over whether a new Labour government will open the spring hunting season or not if Environment Minister George Pullicino refuses to take a decision by the 8 March...

PN gains as MLP retains wafer thin advantage
With 3 weeks to go for D-day, the MLP retained a wafer thin 1.7% advantage over the PN-an advantage which falls within the survey’s margin of error of +/-3.3%...

Mosta Labour mayor will refuse civil unions at local council
Mosta’s Labour mayor Paul Chetcuti Caruana has declared he will not permit any civil marriages to take place in the local council, claiming he cannot allow it as a Catholic...

NEWS | Sunday, 17 February 2008

BMX biker storms out of Pullicino’s skate park in tears

Muscat’s Addams Family: OK if gay, but not broken

PhDoh! University messengers can’t read English

EU still chasing Maltese translators

MEPA ignored Hal Far alternative to Sant’ Antnin - Cacopardo report reveals

Vote Gonzi… get Astrid?

Less taxes, more transparency in PN manifesto

Cacopardo claims he’s ‘morally obliged’ to publish secret report

Stuck in the waiting room

‘Midi project too intensive’: George Pullicino admits now

BA to allow political advertising on private stations for first time

Inside Labour’s elite

“Vote green for me” – Gonzi’s message to AD voters

Malta top tuna rancher in the world, says report

Just 3 weeks before elections, MEPA sanctions 13 boathouses

Inside Labour’s elite


The changes we believe in

As election day draws nearer, MaltaToday announces its editorial stand. While political parties keep pandering to the masses in their race for votes, this newspaper calls for some political stocktaking four years since our country became a full European Union member.
Divorce, gay rights, separation of Church and State, transparency and accountability laws are among our priority policies; the changes we call for in the national interest, irrespective of who is elected to govern in three weeks’ time.
Ed... Editorial >

Harry the coalition-builder

This will be the last election as party leader for Alternattiva Demokratika (AD) chairperson Harry Vassallo, who is still keen on a coalition despite the bitter experiences of 2003 Interview >

Pamela Hansen:
Beware of bonanzas and chips on shoulders

Michael Falzon:

On the hustings

John Dalli:

An intelligent vote

Evarist Bartolo:
The politics of lying

The Julian Manduca Award

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