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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Newsletter April 2008

The aboutmalta newsletter for April edited by Toni Sant includes a number of features on the MaltaMedia Online Network, a sample of dates from Today in Maltese History and highlights from the Events Calendar for April. It also provides readers with a news round-up for March:
01 Boatload of illegal immigrants enters Malta
02 10,000 immigrants waiting for better weather
03 Dr Sant's interview rescheduled after PBS face-off
04 Elderly man faints and dies after minor car accident
05 Man guilty of cultivating cannabis jailed 12 years
06 Last few hours of campaigning before "reflection"
07 5,266 voting documents remain uncollected
08 Voting ends at all polling stations
09 Sorting of votes starts amid premature celebrations
10 Victorious Gonzi announces new chapter for Malta
11 Lawrence Gonzi sworn in as Prime Minister of Malta
12 New Grand Master for Knights of Malta
13 MUT looking forward to cooperate with new minister
14 30-year-old sustains grievous injuries after fall
15 Motorcyclist critical; door on fire in Naxxar
16 73 MLP, 70 PN local councillors elected
17 New Cabinet meets for the first time on Monday
18 Unidentified lifeless body of a man found in Sliema
19 New MLP leader to be elected on 5th June
20 Common fund for Naxxar tragedy victims
21 U.S. welcomes Malta's decision to rejoin PFP
22 Holy Saturday celebrations pave way for Easter
23 Hilton Malta's extension creates 150 new jobs
24 Morena launches video and official website
25 Young woman seriously injured in car crash
26 YMCA Malta in trouble over EU subsidies
27 Malta ranked in 21st place in wealth and stability
28 New local councillors sworn in
29 Falzon announces candidature for MLP leadership
30 Evarist Bartolo to stand for post of MLP leader
31 Fuel prices to increase in April
Readers can stay informed about the latest developments at aboutmalta.com by getting the monthly newsletter delivered to their mailbox. Click here for free subscribtion.

Blogger Sandro Vella said...

Very interesting.

Thank you Robert.

Sandro 

Thursday, April 03, 2008 11:23:00 AM

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