Quotes of the week

“I said to myself, it’s over.”

Marco Audino, who pulled a woman from a flooded car during last Monday’s storm narrates the horrific ordeal.

“False prophets.”

The Nationalist Party lambasts Labour’s ‘doom and gloom’ economic policy after statistics showed Malta was officially out of a recession.

“I’ll burn you alive.”

The threat used by Lydon Cutajar, 22, against his ex-girlfriend, according to testimony heard in court.

“We should do everything to save lives, as this value is non-negotiable for us.”

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi saying his government was prepared to take unpopular decisions on irregular migration, while speaking at the EPP gathering in Florence.

“I don’t see why they should take it so personally.”

Labour councillor Rachel Tua after uploading a Facebook image of Lawrence Gonzi on the body of Muammar Gaddafi.

“The Church must aim to persuade its flock by rational force of argument, not doctrinal diktat.”

Martin Scicluna writing in The Times about the way the Maltese Church needs to be ‘rescued from itself’.


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