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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 18 October 2009

Arsenal trip Louis Deguara tells minister to ‘do the honourable thing’


As Gonzi fails to garner MPs’ support for Fenech, minister refuses to make public apology >>

Did he really disclose the poison-pen letter?

Too close for comfort

Michael Briguglio confirms interest in AD top spot

MaltaToday journalist discharged from ITU

End of an era for the historic Malta bus

Policemen ‘investigated’ for assault... without talking to victims or witnesses

New law bars 16-year-olds from entertainment places

5,400 enforcement notices in three-year backlog

Bleak times – depression at the Grand Harbour

Cataracts, knee repair top waiting list of 13,000

Paying for the afterlife: cemetery privatisation ‘not excluded’

MCAST development may yield new archaeological finds

Zebras, foxes and skunks among exotic animal imports

IRISL Malta gets slapped with UK trading ban

US Congress earmarks €368,000 for Malta army funds

A peace prize without peace

UN asked to intervene over Maltese blasphemy law

FDI to Malta decreases by 21 million euros






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A crisis of confidence

As the dust settles from Franco Debono’s bombshell last Saturday, the picture that is now swimming into view is really one of crass incompetence and mammoth naivety: both on the part of Finance Minister Tonio Fenech – who accepted a businessman’s invitation, in direct breach of the Ministerial Code of Ethics – but also the Prime Minister who has unaccountably chosen to defend his disgraced Cabinet colleague tooth and nail..>>

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Bleak times – depression at the Grand Harbour

Budget 2010 – Raise taxes or cut benefits?


So near and yet so different

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



The thin Green line
It’s official: MICHAEL BRIGUGLIO will contest the post of AD chairman later this month. But how long will the Green Party remain ‘Green’, if taken over by a self-styled left-wing radical activist?>>

Up your ante

Some rules are not meant to be broken

The story of the €50 T-bone ain’t fiction

Hungry for breakfast, lunch and dinner

The art of subtle conversion

Waiter, there’s a petrol tank in my soup!

I’m listening

Taking the Weather with You

Planning Japan

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 hazards of love

I’m not there

From rags to…?

The flakes and the fury

Good forecast for gluttons

Aliens - out!

Lost in translation

A basterd’s work is never done

Toy stories

Going off the rails on a crazy

The rodents in the

Revenge of the nerd

As queer as you’d expect

The story of L

Too much is never enough

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


Delicious double-crosses

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