The heat wave that brought on the two hottest months in living
memory should not be blamed for it...
Newspapers should not only report, they should transmit the news
and they must do it with a feeling for the people and the times,
Saviour Balzan writes...
The race is on for European Parliamentary seats and in the coming
months one can expect the announcement of several intending to
Among the first off the starting block is former Nationalist minister
Michael Falzon, who told MaltaToday of his intentions to contest...
European Union parliamentary elections are not the only thing
on Louis Grech’s mind. He is also eyeing the Labour Party
Labour leader Alfred Sant is at it again. In a brief speech delivered
at the Hamrun Labour Party club on Friday Dr Sant tried to woo
party supporters by playing the ‘early election’ game
for the umpteenth time...
Labour parliamentarians and activists from the south have called
on Labour spokesmen to go slow when criticising the Ghallis landfill.
Maltese football is not a phenomenon that makes headlines abroad
but a row that has been raging between the Italian football federation
and the Sicilian football club, Catania, has seen Malta’s
name cropping up in the unlikeliest of scenarios.
Although the Maghtab dump was the scourge of all who had the
environment at heart, following the government announcement of
plans to have landfills near Malta’s temples, there is substantial
pressure to keep Maghtab open...
The Malta Arbitration Centre came in for a bashing this week
with Labour MP Jose’ A Herrera pointing out what he sees
as the failings of the centre. The centre has cost thousands and
has only decided 16 cases in the past four years...
She is the chief executive officer of Malta’s heritage agency.
She comes from the private sector and knows the job she landed
entails a lot of hard work. Kurt Sansone talks to Antoinette Caruana
Noel Mallia is head of station at Radio 101. He has been involved
in radio since 1973, interrupted by a nine-year break and hitting
back the airwaves in 1991. His debut on radio was unusual. Noel
was given the opportunity of an audience after he, along with
a friend sent a rude letter to the head of station at Rediffusion