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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 19 April 2009


The director of an advertising firm has accused Labour secretary-general Jason Micallef of ordering party employees to remove a billboard banner featuring MEP candidate Sharon Ellul Bonici, despite having no direct ownership of the advert in question. >>




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Tilting at wind farms

There are a number of reasons why Malta must seriously invest its energies into harnessing alternative sources of renewable power. >>


In pursuit of Libertas
How did Gozitan nurse Mary Gauci turn deputy leader of the far-right Azzjoni Nazzjonali and within a year go on to front the Malta branch of Declan Ganley’s Libertas? >>


Raphael Vassallo:
Call that a controversy?

David Friggieri
Give the Church a break!

Vince Farrugia
Where’s the banks’ helping hand in these difficult times?

Evarist Bartolo
Taking in strangers

Harry Vassallo
All wide awake

Steve Borg
Taking a leaf out of Bristol

Are MEPs capable of changing things?

Robert Musumeci speaks about the future of the controversial Wied
il-Ghasel Permit

Robert Musumeci reviews three decisions by the Planning Appeals Board in the last weeks

Robert Musumeci agrees that similar commitment which is covered by a valid permit outweighs the provisions of a Local Plan. His reasoning is based on a landmark planning judgment delivered this week by the learned Mr Justice Raymond C. Pace in the names Trident Development Limited vs MEPA

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



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