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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 01 February 2009

Gonzi bows to PN rebels but stands by RCC

In an unprecedented move, Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi yesterday bowed to an outcry by angry PN rebels over the controversial St John’s Co-Cathedral extension, which is being pushed by Malta’s permanent representative to the EU, Richard Cachia Caruana. >>

NEWS | Sunday, 01 February 2009

Chapter takes secret vote on controversial Cathedral extension

Hedging to cause $30 million losses in coming months

173 ODZ permits awarded before elections

More mobile antennas in Safi square

Billboards launched as part of new EU LIFE + Project

Forgotten artificial islands back on the national agenda

Comic without a Clews

Cassola, Busuttil battle it out on air quality and environment

ST confirms downsize

My shattered dream

If you’re gay, go – Bishop Grech

Court re-interprets gaming law in MT judgement

MaltaToday fined €7,000 but Fenech says Gaming Law still under review

Malta’s underwater Maghtab

Court resurrects appeal against M’skala fish farms

No criminal offence over Mater Dei allegations

Munxar residents get two-day consultation on fireworks factory


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The blasphemy of censorship

There is something deeply hypocritical behind the Censorship Board’s recent decision to ban a play outright, apparently on the grounds that some scenes may be upsetting. .>>


When the going gets tough...
Pay rise or no pay rise, it can’t be easy living the life of a Cabinet member. More so when you are handed the tourism portfolio at a time when airlines are backing off Maltese routes and our core markets are facing deep recession >>


Saviour Balzan :
Bitter & Sweet

Raphael Vassallo:
If the PN is liberal, I’m a Mullah

Vince Farrugia
Electricity tariffs – daylight robbery for SMEs

Evarist Bartolo
Bank robbery

Reno Calleja
God is not an estate agent

Robert Musumeci about a case officer quoting the incorrect policy

Robert Musumeci focuses on a negative recommendation made by a case officer, even though a similar permit on the same site location was issued a year before

Robert Musumeci focuses on a MEPA decision taken this week, where it is demonstrated that retractable canopies (affixed to the façade) are not only allowed in Town Centres, Entertainment Priority Areas or Tourism Zones….

Robert Musumeci states that MEPA’s policies regulating storage to commercial outlets should be changed following a decision taken this week

Switching from outline application to full mode… during a dcc hearing

Reservoir turned dwelling, and now stables

A permit following court order

Dwellings in basements

High rise in Valletta

A tribute to Ebba von Fersen Balzan

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