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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 10 January 2010

Malta willing to train Afghan civil service

James Debono The Maltese government said it finds no difficulty in providing non-military assistance to the NATO-led operations in Afghanistan, as recently requested by the US ambassador Douglas Kmiec. >>

Mifsud Bonnici irked at pressure on legal access

Jason Micallef eyeing parliamentary seat

Full indoors smoking ban by 2013

No decision yet on airport body scanners - OMAS

Borehole driller gets environment award

Police asked to investigate Naxxar trade fair’s ‘permit’

Marriage registrar shrugs off human rights violation claims

Cristina distances herself from charges against Realtà editor

Censorship – Labour wants abolition by May

The mysterious fate of luxury apartments

MEPA considers prosecution of ‘offending’ architects

OPM clamps down on illegal horse stables

Non-tobacco ‘e-cigarettes’ will also fall prey to smoking ban

PM’s right-hand man eyeing more control on health, social policy

Will blind trusts place ministers above suspicion?

What ministers earned in 2008

Sky TV set to penetrate Maltese digital market

Gaza under attack




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Priorities in health financing

We have been told, in no uncertain terms, by the parliamentary secretary for health that the state’s coffers are not bottomless, and that the state could not afford to pay for everything. >>


Doctor’s orders
The secretary-general of the Medical Association of Malta, Dr Martin Balzan, talks of waiting lists still haunting Mater Dei and why government must go back to the drawing board on primary healthcare reform. >>

MT Surveys

Who’s the most trusted nanny in Gonzi’s cabinet?

Consumers fishing around for better deals

Robert Arrigo ‘most wanted’ for minister

Cabinet thrives, but Fenech and Gatt hit rock bottom

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


Restaurant review by Monique Chambers

Wind in its sails

Ruby in the sand


At home with Gianni

Luck exists in the leftovers

Enter the secret garden

Been there, eaten that, got the t-shirt

Ain’t no mountain high enough

The road to Manderlay


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Film Review:
By Teodor Reljic

There’s no getting Caine

No need to ask, he’s a smooth operator

To be seen in 3D at all costs

For absent friends…

She’s a mean, mean girl

Picking up the pieces

Undead funny

Blue moon, I saw you standing alone

Historical flashpoints

It’s a long way up

An evolution in grief

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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