Top News | Sunday, 18 October 2009
Arsenal trip Louis Deguara tells minister to ‘do the honourable thing’
FENECH REFUSES TO APOLOGISE
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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