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Unwilling ‘rebels’ led Dalli to EU exit

John Dalli’s decision to accept the post for European Commissioner was taken after realising he had no realistic chance of leading a revolt of Nationalist backbenchers against Lawrence Gonzi. >>

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New decade, new design, new editor

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Edward Demicoli to head Dalli’s EU cabinet

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Residents up in arms against Balluta car park

Only six warden fines issued in Dingli

Women get €3m ‘baby credits’

‘We want our property back’

Junk mail? It’s easy to refuse

New buildings to ‘consume zero’ energy after 2020

Dubai shocks the world with debt moratorium

French VAT woes prove Maltese decision right

Waiting for Shalit... and a thousand other prisoners

You can only gag people for so long


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