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Kurt
Sansone

Kurt Sansone is Online Editor of www.maltatoday.com.mt. He was formerly deputy editor of MaltaToday on Sunday and later editor of Illum, before joining The Times of Malta.
[WATCH] AUM Zonqor campus only once first phase is completed - Muscat
National 12:13

With just 23 students enrolled, both the Prime Minister and the American University of Malta’s provost John Ryder said they were not concerned by the university’s slow start

Is Malta a ‘mafia state’? We polled people on five sets of perceptions
Data & Surveys 20-11

Poltical party allegiance weighs heavily on people’s judgement 

MaltaToday Survey | Muscat’s trust rating at all-time high as Delia flounders [FULL DATA]
Data & Surveys 20-11

The party in government has seen its share of the vote increase by 3.4 percentage points to 49.8% when compared to the results of the October MaltaToday survey, which was done before the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

PN elects its deputy leaders: David Agius and Robert Arrigo to flank Adrian Delia
National 19-11

The Nationalist Party has completed its leadership overhaul by electing David Agius and Robert Arrigo deputy leaders after the pair saw off Edwin Vassallo and Toni Bezzina in a race marked by a strong abstention

[LISTEN] Justice Minister takes dig at Chief Justice over appeals court backlog
National 16-11

Hearing more appeals court cases to cut backlog is also about the rule of law, Justice Minister Owen Bonnici tells Chief Justice

Access to cannabis-derived medicines to be made easier
National 16-11

The Drug Dependency Act, introduced in 2015  brought about the idea of treatment rather than imprisonment for those caught with small quantities of prohibited drugs for personal use. The same law also spoke of the medicinal use of cannabis

Radical overhaul of libel law gives journalists more protection
National 15-11

New law will do away with criminal libel and offer protection of sources also to citizen journalists

Private sector is main driver for jobs growth but government has not held back
Business News 14-11

The Central Bank of Malta says the private sector added 8,430 new jobs in April while the public sector employed 841 new full-timers

No World Cup for Italy and this is how Facebook reacted
Football 13-11

Italy only managed a goalless draw against Sweden to miss out on a World Cup spot for the first time since 1958

Planning shock forces Farsons to postpone business park listing
Business News 10-11

Farsons has postponed the creation of a subsidiary company to develop a business park in Mriehel and its eventual listing on the Malta Stock Exchange after the Planning Authority gave a preliminary thumbs down to the project

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