The fuss made about the mistakes in the Maltese translation of
the draft EU Constitution should cause us to consider the importance,
or lack of it, that we afford to our language....
Saviour Balzan finds Mary Darmanin’s arguments difficult
It’s no wonder that today’s 40-year-olds complain that
the weather is not what it used to be. Statistical records for
the last 30 years show that weather patterns have changed, not
least the yearly average temperature, which has risen by one degree
Celsius since 1971.
Speaking at the height of the referendum campaign during a public
dialogue in Zejtun on 21 February, Eddie Fenech Adami repeatedly
insisted that all overseas duty by Armed Forces personnel would
It is now abundantly clear that Richard Cachia Caruana will be
Malta’s permanent envoy and un-elected cabinet minister.
Rumours are the spice of Maltese life and as soon as we have lost
the whiff of one, another is on its way.
David Friggieri has landed himself a job in the EU Directorate
General Enterprise, Kurt Sansone caught up with him this week
Dr Mary Darmanin is a forceful, dynamic speaker who has much
to say about Malta, politics, women, education and much more,
Julian Manduca found out