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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 09 November 2008

Guilty of torture, now they run a warden service

Two disgraced police officers who were sacked in 1989 for viciously torturing people under arrest and subjecting them to inhumane treatment are running the local warden services in at least 14 localities.

Government blames credit crunch to slash BOV’s worker-director

The government is blaming the international financial crisis for its decision to remove the post of worker-director from the Bank of Valletta’s board of directors, and replace the position with another government appointee. >>


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Lack of any real vision

The Nationalist Party has always been exceptionally good at creating the illusion of direction and purpose. >>


Yet another tax-and-s pend binge
Outspoken economist Edward Scicluna sticks to his guns and wards off detractors by saying it as it is when it comes to the state of the economy.>>

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