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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 22 March 2009

Labour faces €1 million bill

The Labour Party’s crusade for VAT refunds on cars bought after 2004 may end up in massive embarrassment and serious insolvency for the party, if its pledge to file thousands of separate law suits actually makes it to court. >>

NEWS | Sunday, 22 March 2009

Malta’s ‘football gentleman’ given rousing send-off

MaltaToday journalist leaves for Gaza

Razzett declines to reveal details of ‘excessive’ CEO salary

No money for Attard railway station restoration yet

Mobile antennae – one for every 194 inhabitants

UK car imports explode after Budget

Slowdown takes property market into ‘serious trouble’

Shotguns stolen from Customs warehouse still missing

Condom machines? ‘The students decide’ – Minister

22% of X-rays on foot injuries could be avoided

Malta’s best kept secret

After 10 years, MEPA appoints board to regulate EIA consultants

Labouring under the ‘strongman’ delusion

Immigration: Are we facing a crisis?

Former AN deputy to contest EP elections with ‘Libertas’

Mark Lamb Europe’s Iron Lady


Sam Estates


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Labour’s costly gamble

The recent campaign launched by the Labour party to file thousands of cases in the name of consumers who purchased vehicles or imported used cars to Malta and paid VAT on the portion of registration tax – when in fact they should not have – is in itself a welcome campaign.>>


An appeal to reason
Home Affairs Minister CARM MIFSUD BONNICI plays down alarmist statements on an immigration crisis, saying his decisions are based on reason and not on emotions >>


David Friggieri
Rainbow politics

Raphael Vassallo:
The great immigration myth

Vince Farrugia
It’s jobs that matter, stupid

Evarist Bartolo
The best government on earth

Robert Musumeci explains how the illegal canopies on the Marsalforn promenade were sanctioned after four years, even though these could been sanctioned within 30 days according to L.N. 115 of 2007 DEVELOPMENT PLANNING ACT (CAP. 356). This decision also shows that Circular PA2/96 should be repealed

Robert Musumeci refers to a judgment delivered by the Hon Justice Raymond C. Pace on the 29th January 2009 in the names Kunsill Lokali Marsascala vs MEPA and asks whether the breaching of Article 32(4) of the Development Planning Act ALWAYS leads to the revocation of a permit

Robert Musumeci on a Caqnu proposal that was turned down

Robert Musumeci about the controversial works at the Bishop’s Palace in Birgu

Robert Musumeci on the Mosta football ground saga

Robert Musumeci about the application of MEPA’s policies for Open Storage Areas


A tribute to Ebba von Fersen Balzan

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