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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 16 August 2009

MIDI gets €3.3 million discount on waste bill

A 2001 government decision has knocked off €3.3 million from a €4.5 million tariff that Albert Mizzi’s MIDI plc had to pay for construction waste dumped at sea between 2001 and 2006. After refusing to pay the tariff, MIDI will pay MEPA just €1.2 million of the full tariff, thanks to the government discount. >>

‘Puli wears white panties’, MP Mario Galea reveals all

Only 35% will be taking a holiday this summer

The Enemalta dossier - why emission laws were relaxed for Delimara bid

After financial crisis, Fenech finally raises deposit rescue to €100,000

115 migrants land in Haywharf

Ransom demand made for Arctic Sea

Developers react to UNESCO threat to revoke Valletta’s world heritage status

Despite absence of divorce, 334 get remarried in Malta

Karadzic to ask Malta about Ciro del Negro link

Court battle rages over Qbajjar tower lease

Qormi residents ‘pee-ed' off at urine runoff

Ministry looking into ‘rogue’ Enemalta bill

Who wants to be Maltese?

Precarity ‘a matter of concern’ as part-time dependency increases

MEPA’s revocation of Bahrija permit ‘weak and feeble’ – Rabat Mayor

Englishman liberated after damaging three cars

Woman, 33, critically injured in fireworks accident






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Better regulation is better governance

After some two years of operating in a free-for-all environment, the government has finally stepped up its efforts in containing the flourishing of gambling shops all over the Maltese islands. It was high time that action was taken, but the reasons behind the massive police swoop that closed down some 80 outlets should also be queried.. >>

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Only 35% will be taking a holiday this summer

The wiser, grey pound

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



A midsummer’s nightmare?
The parliamentary secretary for tourism is weathering a drop in tourist arrivals but has accepted to take up MEPA reform. Can MARIO DEMARCO handle both? He says he hopes he can multitask >>

Delicious Mauritius

Not reinventing the pizza wheel

The name game

Soaring to new heights

Shatter the silence

Puss in London boots

Don’t stop ‘til you get enough

The age of grace

Food of the gods

It just Pops Out

Life is almost a beach

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The rodents in the

Revenge of the nerd

As queer as you’d expect

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Dubya’s last stand

Keep it Simple, Stupid

On a political prisoner

Guess who’s back?

Kid's stuff? Not really

She was once a girl,
believe it or not

A howling shame

Putting the dead in deadline


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