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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 26 July 2009


Karl Stagno-Navarra
Former PN President Victor Scerri is paving the way for a showdown in a bid to clear his name and ensure “responsibility is carried.” >>

Bookings down 50% for ‘bleak August’

Malta downplays calls for bluefin tuna trade ban

Labour on the side of ‘common citizen’ for MEPA reform

PBS public service funds included TVM overheads

27-month jail sentence for Bahrija landowner

Restaurateurs rebut ministry’s inflationary accusations

Finance ministry report says Delimara tender was ‘regular’

The sour deal that cost me my retirement money

Private schools rebate to be revised

Freedom of Information law to be in force by 2010

Agenda Bookstore hosts far-rightist for book signing

Cows, chickens and horses vie for Siggiewi farm

Qormi Armoury developers made ‘fraudulent applications’ – FAA

Brussels investigating Malta’s special areas of conservation

Austin Gatt’s ministry reacts to Vella’s comments on Piano

Migrants land, nine smuggled in container via Catamaran

Hottest July day since 1998




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Taking the fall

All but the most myopic would immediately discern a number of contradictions in the chain of events leading to Victor Scerri’s resignation as PN president last Wednesday.. >>

MT Surveys

Shopping in the City

Corned beef? a matter of class

Labour poised for absolute majority

Turnout drops to 79%

Labour Party heading for absolute majority



‘It’s not adieu, but au revoir’
Brave words from a man who has fallen from grace? Former PN president VICTOR SCERRI vows he will keep fighting his battle and return to politics >>

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