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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 26 April 2009

Police silent about arrested constable

No statement issued, but story is leaked when MaltaToday makes queries

One of the men wearing a balaclava who was caught on video being arrested by the Administrative Law Enforcement unit last Saturday for illegal hunting during the spring season, is a police officer, this newspaper can confirm. >>

NEWS | Sunday, 26 April 2009

Maltastar ads expose bizarre directive

MEP candidate pulls out of interview

Charles Azzopardi partners with Fort Cambridge developers

UNHCR looking into alleged mistreatment at Safi

960 voters struck off electoral registry

Gulia hits out at ‘deceptive’ GDP stats

Maltese lawyer under house arrest in Italy

MEP of the year Turmes in Malta

MEPA ‘politically directed’ not to accept frivolous ODZs

MEPA just sitting pretty on our cash – GRTU

Drug suspect’s rights violated by Maltese courts

Firearms shoot up - 18,782 sold in four years

Malta’s UN ambassador keeps away from Iran speech

New Maddie sighting in Valletta

Non-Catholics facing less choice in education

Church, State join forces against teachers’ strike

Boob jobs galore!

Cancer screening

VAT charged on vaccines, despite EU exemption

Pirates hijack Maltese vessel

Hundreds of activists join Bil’in in struggle against ‘Israeli apartheid’




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A matter of life or death

MaltaToday’s front-page story last Sunday revealed that the Maltese government had told Brussels it had no plans to introduce national screening programmes for cervical and bowel cancer. Without beating about the bush, the reason why is simple – money. Money that was spent elsewhere, is now no longer available for a life-saving intervention that should be the norm for any EU member state.. >>


Desperately in love with politics
He garnered a staggering 23,000 votes in the 2004 elections and then hopped across the channel to take a seat in the Italian parliament. But is ARNOLD CASSOLA anywhere close to the critical mass of five years ago? >>


Saviour Balzan
Waiting for change…

Raphael Vassallo:
The Department of Idiot-formation

Michael Falzon
Our brothers across the sea

Evarist Bartolo
Using Eddie to get out the vote

Harry Vassallo
The race for space

Sharon Ellul Bonici
The abortion protocol isn’t enough

Frank Portelli
Gozo’s health inequalities

Robert Musumeci talks about the manner MEPA decides on extensions to farmhouses and tennis courts in ODZs

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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