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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 29 March 2009

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Tonio Fenech and Dolores Cristina are the two ministers reported to the police yesterday, as Joseph Muscat and Frank Portelli exchange allegations

MaltaToday can confirm from police sources that the two Cabinet ministers reported by Opposition leader Joseph Muscat to the police yesterday, over “serious declarations” connected with the St John’s Co-Cathedral project, are Finance Minister Tonio Fenech and Education Minister Dolores Cristina. >>

NEWS | Sunday, 29 March 2009

MEPA helps itself to car park fund to buy Hexagon House

MEPA union proposes full-time DCC board

Condoms also a solution, says ministry on Pope’s AIDS claim

Joe Borg looks forward to €1.4 million pension

Open Centre manager insults Somali on camera

Unemployment grows in Gozo and Harbour area

Matthew Vella appointed deputy editor of MaltaToday

Controversy blocks publication of Bank of Valletta history

I’m not ‘hunting’ for votes – John Attard Montalto

Thou shalt not discuss divorce

Azzopardi defends Joint Office scheme as tenants complain of ‘discrimination’

Vilhena portrait suffers minor gash in restoration accident

Should Malta have one national day?

Deodorant fluke sends alarms ringing at MIA

Mission impossible (2)

‘Size matters’ in fighting recession, Gonzi tells PN

The Nano effect


Sam Estates


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The end of the Eddie era

Love him or hate him – and it seems these are the only two available options, in a country still viscerally split down the middle – few would deny that Eddie Fenech Adami has shaped Malta’s landscape like no other politician: with the possible exception of Dom Mintoff, whose career was longer, though less politically successful..>>


GWU’s Godsend
Shortly after being recruited by the General Workers’ Union as a specialist on third country nationals, TERRY GOSDEN speaks about xenophobia, integration and the union’s drive to promote membership among Malta’s immigrant population >>


Saviour Balzan:
The Tower of Babylon

Raphael Vassallo:
Europe’s best-kept secret

Vince Farrugia
Recession: How soon are we out of it?

Evarist Bartolo
PBS betraying its mission

Michael Falzon
The (sour) grapes of wrath

Josè Herrera
Reflections on parole

Robert Musumeci Robert Musumeci insists that planning decisions should be driven by positive architectural design solutions. He agrees with DCC’s decision to approve an old people’s home which partly lies in an ODZ

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


A tribute to Ebba von Fersen Balzan

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