This newspaper has never minced its words about the leader of the
opposition Alfred Sant. We have argued, and rather aggressively,
that with Harvard graduate Dr Sant at the helm, there is little
hope in hell of a Maltese Labour party winning a national election...
Golden Sands minus a hotel, is far worse a place than it was 20
years ago. And this triggers off a chain reaction in Saviour Balzan’s
FOR reasons best known only to themselves, controllers appointed
by the government have blocked funds owed to long suffering depositors
of the defunct BICAL Bank, even though they have had access to assets
that far exceeded the amounts owed to the account holders...
The report commissioned by the Labour Party to study the reasons
for its electoral defeat was presented to the party leadership last
Tuesday but access to the 76-page document has been restricted and
is heavily controlled, MaltaToday has been told.
Anglu Farrugia is increasingly irritating the new labour leadership
and has surprisingly contributed to bringing the three men closer...
As Maltese by the thousands flock to the beaches today, an ecological
disaster is unfolding thousands of kilometres away - taking its
deadly toll on the environmentally-sensitive coastline in he Arabian
Sea near Karachi, Pakistan...
With months remaining to Archbishop Joseph Mercieca’s 75 birthday
anniversary in November, Maltese Vatican insiders are being touted
as ‘favourites’ to be chosen by Rome as Malta’s next
The claims made by an archaeological enthusiast that the rock-hewn
water tanks at Misqa, just 200 metres away from Mnajdra temples,
could be lying on top of a yet undiscovered hypogeum, have elicited
no reaction from the superintendent for national heritage.
Restoration works on Fort Manoel are currently being undertaken
by aoM Partnership, a firm of architects, civil and structural engineers,
entrusted with the lead consultancy of the entire MIDI project under
the direction of architect Professor Alex Torpiano.
Present health services expected to be maintained – Louis
Finance Minister John Dalli recently mentioned the health
sector along with pensions and the environment as areas that need
financial restructuring. Whereas in the case of the environment
government is expected to be spending much more money than in the
past, the health sector and pensions are due for the chop.
Malta’s next Archbishop has to be a prophet. At least that
is what Dun Ang Seychell thinks. Here the outspoken priest exposes
his Santian flirtations to MATTHEW VELLA.
Caroline Eckett is the newest member of the Xfm team. Having
joined them around three months ago, she puts it down to just
being in the right place at the right time...