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Tonio flies with big business, Debono accuses him of ‘conflict’

Finance minister Tonio Fenech was yesterday queried about a “conflict of interest” by a Nationalist MP, during a rowdy five-hour meeting of the Nationalist parliamentary group at Villa Preziosi in Lija. >>

Caught red-handed on camera

Tigné to get ‘final makeover’ as MIDI asks for more

Budget 2010 – Raise taxes or cut benefits?

Women on the verge of popular disgruntlement

After 14 years, reform bill to see light of day next month

Malta Independent boasts of invoking freedom law that is not yet into force

Pig slurry causes sewage discharge in Mellieha

Maltese couple lose family in Messina tragedy

Migrant insists on claim that AFM made forced repatriation to Libya

Online gaming employees spend millions on property, leisure

€4 million allocated for road surface repair works

Boxing champ on drug charges can’t keep out of the headlines

Michael Falzon wants public ‘to appreciate fireworks volunteers’

Discovery of 5,000-year old tombs at Kercem

Hunters complain about teachers’ anti-hunting remarks

Sanaa’s unfinished house


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