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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 19 July 2009

Austin Gatt took the decisions he now criticises – Mugliett

Infrastructure Minister Austin Gat, who has recently criticised or overturned several projects associated with former roads minister Jesmond Mugliett, was himself chairman of the Cabinet Committee which had approved these same projects to begin with.>>




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A self-inflicted problem

Small wonder government is so keen on pushing the Renzo Piano project for a new Parliament, as much through its own media outlets as through agents planted in the independent press. >>

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The worst of times
Hotelier MICHAEL ZAMMIT TABONA says this year’s tourism season has been punctuated by an all-time low in occupancy levels, a dwindling numbers of tourist arrivals, less bed nights, heavy discounts and millions of euros being lost in income>>

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