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The two Trumps of the Mediterranean
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In real terms: political parties in a trap
Finch trapping in Malta has been outlawed by the
Clap Trap: Malta’s defence of finch trapping
‘Absurd and nonsensical talk or ideas’ – the definition
When the positive turns negative: The PN’s mission to please Labour
The Nationalist Party’s new leadership is silent on Malta’s
Singapore in the Mediterranean: it may be closer than you think
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No Eddie, No Joseph
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Maltese do it better 
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Without media literacy, politicians could dictate veracity
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State-owned media: Abandoning the path of the EU
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Why media literacy is needed
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Media not for the many, but for the powerful
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