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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 26 October 2008


George Abela will not be standing on the Labour ticket for the European parliamentary elections

Asbestos at Gozo hospital

The Gozo General Hospital is home to asbestos ceilings waiting to be removed, MaltaToday has confirmed.

Flip flop

It’s 2013, and Labour wins the election by the narrowest of margins.
The crowds are ecstatic: “Viva l-lejber, viva l-lejber…” and so on and so forth.>>

NEWS | Sunday, 26 October 2008

Boy hunter caught in the act

MEPA stops illegal works around Agatha Barbara’s villa

AD to field woman candidate alongside Cassola

Two out of five living in poverty in Harbour area

Falzon: Somalis ‘choose’ Malta as their destination

WSC fined €42,000 for sacking PRO over Lm18

Maltese freemasons go public on the internet

Consumer watchdog investigating Bahrija land-sale adverts

Blowing in the wind

Alternative energy: Don’t hang your hopes on it

Change we can’t believe in

Saliba’s job at Tal-Qroqq expired last July

US ambassador visits MT office

Five persons detained after cocaine haul in Paceville

Attard-Montalto abstains on health study on body scanners


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Climate change demands a change in lifestyle

Government’s latest decision to invest €130 million in near-shore wind farms at the Sikka l-Bajda reef goes to show how arbitrary and unprepared politicians can be, as they try to reach predetermined targets that are anything but realistic. >>


Big Daddy politics
In his late 30s, PN secretary-general Paul Borg Olivier feels old enough to talk to the people as a father talks to an errant child. But he remains apprehensive about next year’s MEP elections

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