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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 14 June 2009

George Pullicino tells Austin Gatt to tone down on his rowdy antics

‘You’re just like Debono Grech’

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi was given a stark warning on Tuesday by a “good number” of his MPs in the last parliamentary group meeting, who said they will no longer accept a “bulldozer-style” government, where the people “are left to their fate” to suffer the “severe impact” of reforms. >>





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The ghost of McCarthy

It’s not often that the government of Malta appears in such palpable disarray. In fact, the last time a comparable atmosphere pervaded the country was in 1998... when Labour MP Dom Mintoff voted against the Cottonera Waterfront project, to which Prime Minister Alfred Sant had (unwisely, with hindsight) tied a vote of confidence in his own government..>>


The truth will set you free
The outspoken GEORG SAPIANO says the PN has to face its own truth, and tell the truth to the people, even at the cost of votes. >>


Saviour Balzan
On being black and getting high on Rennies

Raphael Vassallo:
Vote for me, or else!

Evarist Bartolo
Insiders and friends – how BWSC got the Delimara tender

David Friggieri
Has the PN reached its elastic limit?

Claudine Cassar
It’s the recession, not immigration, that costs us jobs

Robert Musumeci discusses a controversial Balzan development which is being objected to by the Balzan mayor. Could the solution be that Local Plans should be owned by local councils?

Robert Musumeci comments on an Appeals Board Decision which granted a further extension to an already existing 265 square metre agriculture storage

Robert Musumeci reacts to MaltaToday’s story on the Lidl permit close to the runway

Robert Musumeci about a three-storey development and a penthouse in ODZ

Robert Musumeci states that it is unwarranted to revoke a permit on the grounds that a site notice is removed from site

Robert Musumeci says DCC members are not to blame for inconsistent decisions

Robert Musumeci reacts to the Prime Minister’s proposals for wind farms

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



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