|TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 03 October 2007
Labour will not reopen Spring hunting season
A future Labour government will not openly defy the European Commission on any of Malta’s contractual obligations as EU members, but Labour will nonetheless fight any court case brought against Malta in the European Court of Justice, Michael Falzon told hunters on Monday...
Former PN consultant turned MLP guru slams free press
The man entrusted by Labour to restructure Super One TV and aid Labour’s image had been formerly contracted out by Nationalist secretary-general Joe Saliba years back...
BirdLife ranger shot in the face
The ranger of the Foresta 2000 site in Mellieha, Ray Vella, was shot in the face by a hunter while tending to his own field in Wied il-Mizieb, BirdLife said yesterday...
Fuel market liberalised
Applications for operating licences for petroleum imports were yesterday opened by the Malta Resources Authority in one of the final steps towards the effective liberalisation of the petroleum market...
NEWS | Wednesday, 03 October 2007
Sant takes upper hand in poor debate
Water theft is a sin – Church Commission
Animal theft at Razzett tal-Hbiberija
Imprisoned for not wearing a tie: man vows to take case to European Court
Four wise men warn of privatisation fatigue
Justice Minister refuses to table fireworks inspections in Parliament
Building regulations to be enforced only when tourism peak ends
‘Maltese Mosquito’ opens Presidential campaign
No target date yet for full Pharmacy of Your Choice launch
Till elections do us part
Saviour Balzan: Listen to this one
Claire Bonello: A particular brand of nonsense
Edward Fenech: The Green view on privatisation
Reno Borg: Defending our institutions
The Julian Manduca Award
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