MaltaToday | 11 May 2008 |

TOP NEWS | Sunday, 11 May 2008

For a whole decade, government sat on an illegal high explosives warehouse less than 270 metres from public roads despite warnings of catastrophe

Nicholas Azzopardi: No evidence of injured officer in police records
Claims that a police officer was injured trying “to save Nicholas Azzopardi from jumping off a wall” remain shrouded in mystery as MaltaToday is reliably informed that nowhere is this documented on official police records...

Bogus rescuer promoted two months before Azzopardi death
As the mysterious death of Nicholas Azzopardi continues to haunt the Malta Police Force, another death that shocked the nation precisely a year ago remains unexplained, and the questions raised on 4 May 2007 are still unanswered.

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MaltaToday News 
11 May 2008

Government calls for pact over Malta’s sustainable development

Condolences pour in from Azzopardi’s colleagues

Gozo eco-island remains a GonziPN pipe dream

Migrants’ arrivals could soar as Libya cuts ties with Italy

After Armier, St
Thomas’ Bay

Mintoff’s claims rejected in last episode of Delimara soap opera

Malta safe, but drivers ‘aggressive’ - US crime watchdog says

Malta enjoying fewer press freedoms

Abela: ‘I’m still in the race'

Anatomy of a controlled press conference

Mother’s Day celebrates 100th anniversary


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