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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 19 October 2008

Labour generals in all-out war

A turf war between the MLP’s newly appointed CEO James Piscopo and secretary general Jason Micallef has sparked new worries of more internecine battles within the already fractured Malta Labour Party.

Lead not follow, propose not question, confront not dodge
I said last week that I do not watch TV on Friday evenings. Well, at least that is what I do when I do not have a cold. Right now I do have a cold, so Friday I turned myself into a couch potato together with good company and opted to watch the two men debate.>>

NEWS | Sunday, 19 October 2008

Karl Chircop laid to rest

No firm verdict on body scanners from Minister

No objection from ministry as mobile antenna sprouts near school

A ‘Smart’ way to control the press: ask for a deposit

Utility tariffs favour high energy consumers: Edward Mallia

Polidano cleans road but deputy mayor still unsatisfied

The hacker in our MITTS

Hacking into MITTS for dummies

Saliba denies Labour reports: I’m not employed with Polidano

Malta ‘close' to joining US Visa Waiver programme

Drug laws need to be clearer – pharmacologist

Pilgrims’ progress to St Paul’s Islands blocked by MEPA


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‘Smart Island’ outsmarted by amateurs

News that three MITTS employees attempted to hack the central server of the Malta Information Technology & Training Services – with what success we do not know – is to say the least worrying.>>


Where is the crisis?
The Church’s Emigrants Commission has been involved in the resettlement of asylum seekers for half a century. Yet last week, it issued a statement that sounded almost like a right wing political pamphlet. Mgr Philip Calleja defends the work of his Commission in the face of media criticism >>

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