MaltaToday | 18 May 2008 | Top News

NEWS | Sunday, 18 May 2008

Joseph Muscat emerges as the leader in the MLP election race in the MaltaToday survey. Up to 58.6 % of the 145 delegates who have made up their mind will vote for Muscat, with Abela trailing at 18.6 per cent ...

Who will be electing the new Labour leader
JAMES DEBONO analyses the profile of the MLP delegate and finds he is typically male, southern and middle aged

Police issued with pepper spray weeks before fatal Qormi shooting
A year after the fatal shooting of Bastjan Borg in Qormi on 4 May 2007, the Malta Police Force confirmed that all its serving members had been issued with pepper spray – described by police sources as “a non-lethal personal protection product” – up to two months beforehand...

AFM explosives story wreaks havoc at Castille
The Office of the Prime Minister and the Armed Forces of Malta went into overdrive last week after MaltaToday revealed memos detailing the extent of the danger of the illegal explosives store operated by the army in Nadur, Gozo...

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MaltaToday News 
18 May 2008

Unashamedly unrepentant

Say cheese: PM poses with Armier squatters

GozMuscat questions case for golf courses

Franco Debono’s ‘sitting room of democracy’

A new Constitutional order for Malta, Bartolo style

Report warns against ‘futile’ skull X-rays in hospital

Pirate tuna ships change identity in Grand Harbour

Minister gives no hints on prolonged Mistra investigation

Manchè inquiry into Azzopardi death can be toothless

No comment from Rizzo over who guarded Nicholas Azzopardi

Promoted villains

Court confirms MEPA abuse against its own chief lawyer


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