MaltaToday | 15 June 2008 | Top News

TOP NEWS | Sunday, 15 June 2008

Gonzi won’t appoint JPO to Cabinet post
Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi yesterday said he would not be appointing Nationalist MP Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando to a Cabinet post, after the police arraigned three people over the controversial Mistra disco project...

€82,000 for Armier squatters' new electricity supply
A reliable supply of electricity costing the country €82,000 is the latest gift to the Armier squatter community...

Illegal army explosives store shut down

A month since MaltaToday reported the existence of an illegal Armed Forces of Malta explosives store in Nadur, Gozo, government has finally shut down the potentially catastrophic facility, and transported all the explosives and detonators to Fort Mosta...

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MaltaToday News
15 June 2008

French vessel charged with illegal fishing in Malta, as net of investigation closes in on fishy tuna trade

Siggiewi, Malta’s last refuge from the dreaded warden

Dwejra monster: MEPA still talking to developer

Mind the age gap

The greening of GonziPN: How sustainable are its promises?

Grand Harbour region tops list of skivers

Vassallo lands hot potato at PBS

No more ‘Jaws in the Med’, study warns

Detention centres to be opened to journalists

SmartCity Phase One launched

Arnold Cassola elected new AD leader

Farmers’ markets, ‘buying best for less’

No data on packaging waste

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