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NEWS | Wednesday, 3 March 2010 Issue 153

‘We will not be chaperoned’

Just when Gonzi thought his backbench troubles were finally over, now it’s his ministers who are rebelling

Karl Stagno-Navarra Government ministers are reportedly resisting the Prime Minister’s plans for ‘twinning’ backbench MPs with their ministries, in a move to quash the perceived perception of ‘exclusionism’ within his administration. >>

Hunters’ lobby claims ‘unethical action’ by BirdLife

Daphne displays deportment as case gets under way

Gozo Business Chamber welcomes Labour’s airstrip U-turn

Utility tariffs ‘unpopular but sustain energy supply’ – Fenech

Who pays for Pope’s visit?

Greens see red as Dalli approves GM potatoes

Disability commission files court case against Banif

Malta bites back

Melita Cable ‘loses’ Pirate Bay

Libya dispute – ‘The ball is in Schengen’s court’

Sixth LIDL supermarket set for rejection


Sam Estates

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Consumers are the real losers
As the dust settles from Monday’s vote in Parliament on the revised water and electricity tariffs, consumers across the country will find themselves faced with the crippling reality that they may no longer be able to keep their heads above the poverty line.>>

Ralph Cassar
This anti-union stance is just political bullying

Anna Mallia
Protests are messages of discontent

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