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Times of Malta
Political U-turns, wild thyme and keeping an eye open for votesPrime Minister Joseph Muscat described the scaled-down Żonqor university projec
Political U-turns, wild thyme and keeping an eye open for votes
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat described the scaled-down Żonqor university project as a fair and just compromise. Kurt Sansone asks whether the change was a U-turn or the result of political strategy. When government plans for a golf course at... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Promote Domestic Tourism, William Ruto Tells HoteliersDeputy President William Ruto has asked the hospitality industry to promote dom
Promote Domestic Tourism, William Ruto Tells Hoteliers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Deputy President William Ruto has asked the hospitality industry to promote domestic tourism. He asked hotels to come up with packages that cater for locals to ensure that they do not rely only on international tourists. He said it was encouraging... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Do Not Discriminate Local Tourists, Ruto Tells HoteliersDeputy President William Ruto has urged hoteliers to set up standards that meet
Do Not Discriminate Local Tourists, Ruto Tells Hoteliers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Deputy President William Ruto has urged hoteliers to set up standards that meet local and international demands. Ruto said the management of the hotels industry should ensure both local and international tourists were not discriminated on the basis... Read more
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Times of Malta
Why vilify vilification now?Myths abound when it comes to debating the issue of whether the criminal of-fen
Why vilify vilification now?
Times of Malta / Posted 8 days ago
Myths abound when it comes to debating the issue of whether the criminal of-fence of vilification of religion should remain on the statute book. The first myth, propounded by the progressive and liberal lobby, is that this offence is a special... Read more
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Times of Malta
Who needs a new theatre?It will come as no surprise to many that when the original proposal for an open
Who needs a new theatre?
Times of Malta / Posted 9 days ago
It will come as no surprise to many that when the original proposal for an open air theatre to replace the Royal Opera House was first made public, I was at the forefront of those objecting to the idea. Some noted my objections and claimed I had a... Read more
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Times of Malta
Make sure you don’tJust as I was settling down to write this, I spotted an item about how the gove
Make sure you don’t
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
Just as I was settling down to write this, I spotted an item about how the government’s guarantee of Electrogas’s loan to the tune of €80 million has been expunged or whatever the word for it becoming a defunct guarantee should be. Excellent news,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta ‘unwittingly’ hosted a killerMalta has “unwittingly hosted a killer” by welcoming Maldives vice-president Ah
Malta ‘unwittingly’ hosted a killer
Times of Malta / Posted 15 days ago
Malta has “unwittingly hosted a killer” by welcoming Maldives vice-president Ahmed Adeeb on an official visit last week, a Maldivian activist and former prisoner of conscience has claimed. Speaking to Times of Malta from Switzerland, Ibrahim Lutfy... Read more
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Times of Malta
Identity crises in politicsWho am I? What do I stand for? What do I want from life? These are fundamental
Identity crises in politics
Times of Malta / Posted 16 days ago
Who am I? What do I stand for? What do I want from life? These are fundamental questions in our life journey. To reach a level of maturity, one needs to ask and work tirelessly to attain a convincing reply. In the absence of any significant answers,... Read more
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Times of Malta
The corruption of politicsYou have to credit Labour with one thing – it is ingenious at squandering other
The corruption of politics
Times of Malta / Posted 18 days ago
You have to credit Labour with one thing – it is ingenious at squandering other people’s money. The Prime Minister set the ball rolling immediately upon taking office by renting his own car to himself. It was an act that degraded the office he holds... Read more
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Times of Malta
Fiduciary companies under the spotlightAllegations of Mafia links with Maltese gaming companies have put fiduciary com
Fiduciary companies under the spotlight
Times of Malta / Posted 23 days ago
Allegations of Mafia links with Maltese gaming companies have put fiduciary companies under the spotlight and raised a number of concerns but experts who spoke to Keith Micallef and Kurt Sansone warn against blowing the incident out of... Read more
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Times of Malta
The PN’s open spacesMalta’s trade envoy to China Sai Mizzi is still benefitting from Lawrence Gonzi
The PN’s open spaces
Times of Malta / Posted 27 days ago
Malta’s trade envoy to China Sai Mizzi is still benefitting from Lawrence Gonzi’s legacy to this nation. This is not only through the sound economy, despite all obstacles at the time, but equally through axioms for life. “Do not judge me according... Read more

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