A future in the world of tourism | Tony Coleiro
Tourism in Malta is a lifeline for many a company, whether directly or indirectly. The blows delivered recently to the industry have left many wondering how to make ends meet.
A bolt from the blue | George Micallef
In the past year, government invested €2.5 million to develop new airline routes that made 2010 a bountiful year for the tourism industry. Isn’t it only fair that the...
WATCH | Emmanuel Mallia interviewed. An analysis of the Whistleblower's Act

Prominent criminal lawyer Emmanuel Mallia throws the dorrs wide open to a national debate on the recently launched Whistleblower’s Act, and calls for...

Prominent criminal lawyer Emmanuel Mallia throws the...

Keeping fingers crossed | Joseph Formosa Gauci

Unlike many other government officials who can only speak about better times...

Unlike many other government officials who can only speak...

'The PN needs new direction' | John Dalli

Six years after his forced resignation from Lawrence Gonzi’s Cabinet...

Six years after his forced resignation from Lawrence...

Lies, damn lies and the Ministry of Health | Paul Pace

Mark Twain believes there are three kinds of lies. Lies, damn lies and...

Mark Twain believes there are three kinds of lies. Lies,...

Great balls of fire | Michael Falzon

Defying calls for a moratorium in the wake of Sunday’s fatal explosion in Gharb, Labour’s spokesman for justice Michael Falzon makes the case for...

Defying calls for a moratorium in the wake of...

Stopping the rot | Chris Said

While applauding recent government clampdowns on corruption, Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister Chris Said says that more needs to...

While applauding recent government clampdowns on...

The green, green grass of Marsa | Ralph Asciak

On our small, over-populated urban island, the Marsa Sports Club (MSC)...

On our small, over-populated urban island, the Marsa...

This is my story | Nikki Dimech

Sliema mayor NIKKI DIMECH recounts his side of the story as he fights off impeachment, and suggests he has fallen out of favour with mentor Robert Arrigo

Sliema mayor NIKKI DIMECH recounts his side of the story...

The story behind the casualty | Jonathan Joslin

Jonathan Joslin - Casualty Department Consultant at Mater Dei Hospital -...

Jonathan Joslin - Casualty Department Consultant at Mater...

When a smile makes a big difference | Italico Rota

Karl Stagno-Navarra speaks to Italico Rota, General Manager at Corinthia...

Karl Stagno-Navarra speaks to Italico Rota, General...

No flirting with Labour | Karol Aquilina

Karol Aquilina does not mince his words, accusing Siggiewi mayor Robert Musumeci of “going out of his way to protect the Labour Party’s...

Karol Aquilina does not mince his words, accusing...

Strange bedfellows | Cyrus Engerer

With his progressive views on divorce and gay equality, Cyrus Engerer would not be out of place in a European liberal party. So what on earth is he doing...

With his progressive views on divorce and gay equality,...

When trade is no longer fair | Anthony Galea

For 30 years a member of the Trade Fair Council, Anthony Galea argues for a...

For 30 years a member of the Trade Fair Council, Anthony...

And on the eighth day… God created football | Hillary Tagliaferro

For many years he was the face (and voice) of football on local television....

For many years he was the face (and voice) of football on...

Celluliod conquest is imminent | Rebecca Cremona

Having graduated from the American Film Institute, film writer, director and...

Having graduated from the American Film Institute, film...

His last bow | Adrian Vassallo

For conservative and outspoken Labour MP Adrian Vassallo, today’s society is marred by excessive liberties and social degeneration. Now he prepares for...

For conservative and outspoken Labour MP Adrian Vassallo,...

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