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THE Labour Party may be cruising in the polls but not all is well at Hamrun. With Joseph Muscat stealing Rob- ert Abela's thunder and Emanuel Cuschieri pushing relentlessly for the former leader's return to politics, the situation has become compli- cated. It is only made worse with the Prime Minister's apparent indecision on what should happen with Muscat's candidature and Rosianne Cutajar's return. READ FULL STORY PAGES 10 - 11 EQUALITY FROM THE HEART WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY 17 MARCH 2024 • ISSUE 1271 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY List your property with us. Introducing Our New Sole Agency Service Where YOU Are Our Priority SELLING YOUR PROPERTY? 2016 master plan predicted current road congestion woes PAGES 14 - 15 Can the PN diminish Labour's dominance in June elections? PAGES 12 - 13 ERA gives go- ahead for four villas on quarry site PAGE 6 Dingli cliffs Traffic Local councils Man vs robot maltatoday Labour Party faces internal meltdown Women earn €158 less per month than men PAGE 4 JAMES DEBONO €1.95 AI guru Alexiei Dingli AI guru Alexiei Dingli on his love for sci-fi, on his love for sci-fi, and the threats and and the threats and challenges AI poses challenges AI poses INTERVIEW MT2 WOMEN reported earning €158 less per month than their male counter- parts, according to the National Sta- tistics Office's Labour Force Survey. The pay gap recorded in the final quarter of 2023 was merely €1 less than that of the same period in 2022, and €40 less than in 2021, when men earned an average of €198 more than women. Emmanuel Cuschieri goes rogue • Rosianne Cutajar left out in the cold • A party administration out of touch • Cabinet members cannot decipher Abela's thinking

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