Data revealed in the House of representatives this week have reconfirmed the general perception that joblessness is heavy in localities in the south of Malta with the blight concentrated in the Cottonera area.
Savings of Lm3 million on deficit projection
NET news loses its head and the post
Doubts about Malta’s ability to keep May 1 commitment for engineered landfill confirmed
How the Priceclub suppliers were misled
Trial by Jury
The National Bank Scandal - Part 9
Bill proposes restrictive refugee laws, not in spirit of Geneva Convention
Defending the ordinary folk
Next June Joseph Muscat faces the electoral test for the first time. He argues for a change in mentality and says unemployment is worse now because people have higher expectations
Playing strong women
Charlotte ‘Helena’ Stafrace, has developed from a very shy young girl to one of the mainstays of Malta’s theatre scene. Stafrace has a passion for theatre and makes it a point to keep herself abreast with the contemporary theatre idiom by regularly seeing plays abroad.
The Hutton whitewash and the lessons to be learnt
‘I have been brought up to believe that you cannot choose your own referee and that the referee’s decision is final.
Tricksters and tricked
The Priceclub owners gave the wrong impressions to reporters, and MaltaToday was one of the gullible victims, Saviour Balzan writes...
A touch of levity amidst gloom
Karmenu Farrugia brings us his latest observations from an uneventful week...
Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando visits Israel and is negatively impressed by Sharon and positively impressed by Jerusalem...
Tony Formosa's world of sports
Bush joins circus in fight against cheats in sport
The problem of athletes taking performance-enhancing, illegal substances in sport seems too big to control...