A careful look at the contracts of many of the residences in
the upmarket St Julians area better known as ‘The Village’
would take us back to the original owners of the land. That stretch
of land in fact belonged to the Pace family, of BICAL fame...
Saviour Balzan may be branded a blasphemer for this article although
by European standards, it’s the Christian fundis who are
playing the heretics...
Prime Minister, messenger and at long last a postman; Dr Karmenu
Mifsud Bonnici, the man who denies having ever been former fiery
PM Dom Mintoff’s harbinger, last Thursday delivered a letter
from the octogenarian to this newspaper...
Until now my memory has not yet left me. I remember it well,
as if it was yesterday when so many people in Malta, the majority
of them workers and others, had lost their jobs because the Nationalist
government had not taken the necessary steps to safeguard their
monies and jobs...
Police investigations into allegations of paedophilia by three
members of the Missionary Society of St Paul and one diocesan
priest are underway as more alleged victims have come forward
with stories of sexual abuse perpetrated at the St Joseph Institute
in St Venera this week...
It has been a very tense week for priests, workers and children
at the St Joseph Institute in St Venera, not least for the current
director Fr Silvio Bezzina...
Former Labour MP and Parliamentary Secretary Dr Louis Buhagiar
remains suspended from St Philips Hospital and his fate will be
decided following a decision of the medical council, MaltaToday
Labour MP and spokesperson on home affairs Gavin Gulia yesterday
said the PN was ‘investing in the future of the police corps’
by promoting to the ranks of assistant commissioners and superintendents
those officials who had Nationalist leanings.
Private hospitals in Malta do not enjoy a reputation of strong
financial sustainability, and Dr Josie Muscat, the owner and operator
of St James Hospital told MaltaToday their future was in danger.
Josephine Attard Sultana, section secretary at the GWU speaks
to Kurt Sansone about the civil service, working mothers and the
hard times ahead
Wesley Ellul is one of Malta’s upcoming stars. Not only
does he DJ on Campus Fm he also acts and directs too. He has appeared
in four pantos, four musicals and three Shakespeare plays.