MaltaToday | Sunday, 24 February 2008



TOP NEWS | Sunday, 24 February 2008

3 criminal suspects, 1 debtor: Josie’s ‘law and order’ party
Candidates of the far-right Azzjoni Nazzjonali – the party which claims to uphold law and order as it core principles – are facing a spate of criminal charges and other claims of alleged illegalities, MaltaToday can confirm...

PN scrapes past Labour

The Nationalist Party gained 4% during the third week of the electoral campaign to snatch a slender 1.8% advantage over the MLP, previously leading by 1.7%...

No ban on spring hunting despite a week of rampant vandalism
The Environment Ministry continues to avoid questions regarding this year’s spring hunting season, despite a number of acts of vandalism on the property of BirdLife Malta in the past week...

NEWS | Sunday, 24 February 2008

No rush to publish MEP accounts despite fraud claims

After GO’s silence, Sonny dives into election talk

Recycling plants: good in Marsaskala, bad in industrial estates

2,160 single mothers on state relief

Where’s the beef?

Maltese Europarliamentarians vote down calls for referendum on Lisbon

AD slams PN, MLP for abandoning rent reform

Speed camera earnings contribute to Mugliett’s district

‘We will demolish Sant’ Antnin plant’ - AN


Let’s engage

This election has been conspicuous by its absence of a national electoral issue. Unlike previous elections, which were dominated by the fight for the restoration of democracy, or for European membership, no single issue seems to be dominating this particular campaign... Editorial >

The Sant hypothesis
With two weeks to go until Election Day, ALFRED SANT speaks about the hypothesis of being elected to government. But he has nothing to say about the other hypothesis: that of losing yet again...  Interview >

Education is politics
Professor Peter Mayo discusses the concept of education and politics with BIANCA CARUANA whilst sharing his interest in the Champions League and discussing measures for a more inclusive education system desperately needed in Malta and Gozo... Interview >


Raphael Vassallo:

Pot calling kettle: do you read me?

Anna Mallia:


Matthew Vella: More negative campaigns, please

Pamela Hansen:

With us or else

John Dalli:

A quality leap

Evarist Bartolo:
The smallness of our politics

The Julian Manduca Award

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