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NEWS | Wednesday, 22 October 2008


Two years have been wasted over wind power as Gonzi abandons ‘fantasy’ offshore farms, and drops government’s veto on near-shore and land farms

BPC withdraws ‘smart deposit’ initiative

BPC International Ltd, the press agency which handles the account for Smart City, has withdrawn its controversial initiative to request a Lm1,000 (€2,300) deposit from media outlets in return for comments from Smart City officials.

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The people involved in compiling Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) must be very happy with their savings. With all these daft ideas coughed up by the Gonzi administration, these scientists who love to be paid for telling people how many bugs you can find per square metre, are salivating at the prospect of the next impact study into the most recent White Elephant: Gonzi’s planned wind farm at is-Sikka l-Bajda.>>

NEWS | Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Spinning breast cancer is cheaper than screening

Oil recovery response exercise conducted out at sea

Wind farm raises the alarm at BirdLife

Pressure mounts to close Mediterranean tuna fishery

Anti-Poverty network reacts to social protection strategy

Law courts adopt caution, as Labour MPs shun MITTS accounts en masse

MITTS’ external review team stalled

Bedingfield files MEP nomination for Muscat’s seat

Joanne to go all the way in her fight to get married

Police take stand in Karin Grech compensation case

Court orders €225,000 compensation for Freeport landowners

Bartolo attacks ‘Prime Minister’s arrogance’ over MCAST inquiry

Industrial action at MEPA

‘Damage already done’ on tariffs, Labour says

Broadcasting Authority CEO to step down

AD welcomes improved workers’ rights

MUT issue directives to primary school teachers

Enforcement continues in Valletta terminus

Malta urged to keep up pressure on Europe’s climate change strategy


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