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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 20 February 2008

 

Gonzi’s muddle on cohabitation promise
The PN’s 1998 promise of a cohabitation law gets left out of the 2008 manifesto - but Gonzi insists it’s still there...

Sant puts his foot down on civil marriages: ‘They have to happen’
Labour Leader Alfred Sant yesterday dismissed the Mosta mayor’s objections to civil marriages in his locality by saying “they have to happen”...

 

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MaltaToday News
20 February 2008

The paralysing fear of losing

BirdLife urges investigation into police report it filed last year

Fort Cambridge evacuation could have led to road collapse

Peppi Azzopardi joins PN counter-reaction to ‘reception’ class

‘We’ll be businesslike and cut red tape’ – Sant visits De La Rue

Meeting the undecided voters in Villa Arrigo


AD challenges PN, MLP’s European credentials

Scrap foundations and boards, says AN on public service

Only in it for the money

Cacopardo’s Sant Antnin report: MEPA silent on Hal Far site

AN deputy leader attacks MIDI, defends VISET

‘Political transfers’ taking place before elections, says Gulia

Sant claims credit for Labour on introducing computers

Ministry accuses Cacopardo of defending abuse

Kosovo: Malta adopts ‘wait and see’ approach




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