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NEWS | Wednesday, 24 February 2010 Issue 152

Suicide in Cell Block Six

British inmate discovered hanging in Kordin’s notorious maximum security section after six months in ‘punishment’ block

Inmates speak out about shocking conditions in Division Six: condemned by Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture in 2005 >>

Death in Division Six

EP pressing ahead with changes to take in new MEPs

Sicilian fishermen’s fine reduced to €10,000

Three hours to reach guilty verdict in road rage case

‘No need for balance’ on BondiPlus

Gonzi wins over backbenchers with ‘reconciliation’ meeting

Qormi mourns its dead

Hawker charged with M’Xlokk murder

French couple loses extradition appeal

Council never approached to act as payment centre for ARMS

Government yet to set up City Gate fund

Sliema local council to manage new carpark at Qui-Si-Sana

AD urges overhaul of censorship laws

Ecologically sensitive Mellieha land earmarked for development


Sam Estates

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Not heroes but victims
Last Monday, Health Minister Joe Cassar announced that he would consider ‘substantial changes’ to the healthcare reform bprimaryill he himself had proposed some weeks earlier.>>

Saviour Balzan
The return of the Pink Panther

Anna Mallia
Practise what you preach

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