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NEWS | Wednesday, 21 May 2008

Azzopardi Fisheries caught up in net of EU investigations
– Azzopardi fishing boats switch flags from Turkish to Bolivian to Libyan to – Maltese and back to Bolivian
– Valletta Port Authority clears ‘stateless’ vessels for entry into Grand Harbour
– Libyan-flagged fishing boats mysteriously reflagged as Maltese
– Transport Ministry orders investigation under pressure from European Commission

Doctors call for IVF regulation
The unregulated and completely privatised administration of infertility treatment has led to an increase in the birth of triplets and quadruplets, and in turn a greater health risk to newborns, a study published in the Malta Medical Journal shows...

Bartolo attends Abela meeting, but he is still contesting
Evarist Bartolo has confirmed he is still in the Labour leadership race after his presence at a meeting organised by leadership contender George Abela last Saturday sparked rumours that he was edging closer to the Abela camp...

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MaltaToday News
21 May 2008

Labour contenders rush to decry leak of delegates’ list’

False emails on Mistra “a smokescreen” for JPO scandal – MLP

Coleiro-Preca berates Gonzi on broken promises

Karin Grech family demand 582,343 compensation

Tony Zarb willing to meet George Abela

Equity sharing scheme being ‘modified’

Maltese court upholds appeal to make ‘Dede la Sardine’ pay

Frendo says UNHCR stopped transfer of 400 refugees to Finland

Cristina – ‘we no longer have a teacher shortage’

Cristina still sitting on Junior Lyceum exam report

Think thank presentation on Climate Change action plan for Malta

Azzopardi’s father passes case on to anti-torture watchdog

Macdonald di-ves out of The Times

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