|TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 14 November 2007
Junk food to be banned in schools as from 1 January
A ban on unhealthy food at school tuck shops will enter into force as of next January as soft drinks, chocolate bars, burgers and crisps will vanish from tuck shops shelves to make way for more wholesome alternatives...
Bondiplus costings ‘reasonable, but not all mine’ – Tonio Fenech
The parliamentary secretary for finance Tonio Fenech has denied that government had actually costed Labour’s proposals to subsidise interest rates for first-time buyers at Lm60 million – instead taking responsibility only for the costing of Labour’s overtime proposal presented last week on Bondiplus...
‘Brute force’ victim demands € 30,000 in compensation… from MaltaToday
Five months ago, MaltaToday Midweek was instrumental in revealing the shocking use of brute force of a police sergeant on a French national...
NEWS | Wednesday, 14 November 2007
Lech Walesa makes star appearance at Ghajn Tuffieha
Frank Portelli alleges ‘paid commissions’, Josie denies
New harassment laws tighten noose on ‘dirty language’
New chapter for Valletta’s landmark bookshop
Low level of awareness of EU’s development policies
Seabird’s habits astonish experts
McCreevy pledges support to Malta over French pressure
Tonio Borg – migration greatest challenge in 1,000 years
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