The spectre of static traffic looms large. Some years ago MEPA transport
expert Lucien Stafrace predicted that the only way to start solving
Malta’s traffic problems would be to impose a charge for parking
in all public areas...
Together we must make government smaller to make the things it endeavours
to do bigger, the lack of togetherness is making the most basic
of campaigns, such as a safety campaign – an impossible task,
Saviour Balzan writes
The Medical Association of Malta has been a very angry bunch
in the last weeks...
The new Foreign Affairs parliamentary committee, whose new President
is Nationalist MP Michael Frendo, is set to extend its functions
with the intention of performing a scrutiny of the ‘pipeline
acquis,’ in Frendo’s words...
Jason Azzopardi’s rival contender for the post of International
secretary in the PN executive nearly made it on Friday...
Eight years ago, over one million litres of whisky entered the
Maltese islands. Last year the figure dwindled down to 684,953
litres, a decrease of 36 per cent.
Michael Frendo is one of Malta’s representatives in the
Convention for the Future of Europe. Here he talks to MATTHEW
VELLA on being part of the creative force behind the new European
Union that is taking shape, and how his political career, after
a slight debacle in the past years, is now looking better
Paul Giordimaina has represented Malta at Eurovision and played
at the Malta Jazz Festival. Music is his love and profession and
plays at a variety of places, but has been playing at BJ’s
in Paceville for 23 years. His secret? He’s allowed to play
very freely and to jazz lovers. At BJ’s he plays and jams
with established musicians such as Charles Gatt, Sammy Murgo and
the whole merry bunch!