News | Sunday, 28 February 2010

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PM shows his staying power as he rallies MPs ahead of crucial vote

Karl Stagno-Navarra Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi has managed to secure a majority for tomorrow’s parliamentary vote on a motion presented by Opposition leader Joseph Muscat against the revised utility tariffs>>

Libyan taken to Mt Carmel for allegations on prisoner’s suicide

Gozo airstrip: Labour’s environment U-turn

Late ARMS bill demands payment within 15 days

Extradicted Briton claims he was advised to abscond Malta by High Commission

EC decision on ODZ rationalisation expected soon

‘Ruins represent aspirations of post-war Maltese society’

Emergency number 112 unknown to 58% of Maltese

Labour comments on Eurostat survey results on energy rates

‘Minister did not mess with our work’ – arts council director

Pancontinental Oil in legal dispute on Malta exploration

Malta not expected to make 2020 renewable energy target

Reasons for Maltese demotion ‘a red herring’ – Henry Frendo

UVIA refutes discrimination claims

Lou (can’t) read

Siggiewi deputy mayor acts alone to protect residents’ rights


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Reform now, or never
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