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TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 18 July 2007

MEPA turns up the heat on Astrid Vella

The spokesperson for the environmental organisation Flimkien Ghal Ambjent Ahjar is the target of an enforcement order by one of the FAA’s own targets – the Malta Environment and Planning Authority....

MEPA turns its guns on Astrid Vella: an enforcement order is issued against the woman at the forefront of protests against the proposed development of 23 villas at Ramla l-Hamra

‘It’s back to Lorry Sant’s days’ - Carmel Cacopardo

The former PN candidate Carmel Cacopardo, who is embroiled in a row over the Malta Environment and Planning Authority’s refusal to re-appoint him as an investigator of its planning decisions, has stated that the authority’s objection to his participation in a Green Party meeting was “a throwback to (former Labour minister) Lorry Sant’s time”...

MUT stops Church from firing gay teachers

The Malta Union of Teachers has had to intervene to stop the termination of four gay teachers from their employment in Church schools over the past five years, president John Bencini has told MaltaToday...

NEWS | Wednesday, 18 July 2007

No shame about Ray
The Rifffs came back with two new singles this year, but rock mainstay Ray Mercieca has shown no signs of giving up and is preparing to bring the Characters back into the scene with a new single. Read interview by Robert Pisani.

Insurance companies wary of fireworks factories
It seems insurance cover for firework factories is not readily available, if at all. Read article by Sarah Attard Gialanze & Bianca Caruana


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