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  • Frontex missions decided on merit

    Malta’s possible participation in the Frontex anti-migration patrols will be decided on a “case-by-case basis”, a spokeswoman for the Home Affairs Ministry said yesterday. The spokeswoman was replying to questions sent by this newspaper in the...

  • Return to Galilee for Easter

    As I shared with you a few snippets from the reflections read and prayed during the Holy Way of the Cross Pope Francis led on Good Friday, I would like to share with you few thoughts selected from the homily the Pope delivered yesterday during the...

  • Changing times: divorce to legal same-sex marriage in three years

    The civil unions legislation that was approved by Parliament on Monday has created a sea of emotions for many different reasons. Kurt Sansone reports on what impact the law will have. Only three years ago Malta was the last-but-one country in the...

  • THAT’S ALL RIGHT THEN

    It’s fascinating what takes the fancy of the public at large, and for that matter what takes the fancy of your average columnist. For instance, the Prime Minister’s unashamed leap onto the LGBTQ bandwagon, where a good number of votes was...

  • Halmann R&D breakthrough

    A research project at Halmann has paid off, enabling it to incorporate a sealer into its internationally-acclaimed terrazzo tiles. The company exports the tiles for projects with very high traffic, ranging from Tesco supermarkets to train stations.

  • Supremacy of conscience and moral law

    Allow me to express my views regarding Martin Scicluna’s comments in his letter entitled ‘Legally obliged to sign the Bill’ (The Sunday Times of Malta, April 13). In his response to Fr Joe Borg’s article (The Sunday Times of Malta, April 6),...

  • The PN after its abstention

    The scene outside Parliament on Monday night where Nationalist MPs were loudly jeered by hundreds after abstaining in the civil unions Bill vote was not enjoyed by anyone who experienced it. Yes, some politically-motivated people were there on...

  • Handle with care

    Members of the Malta Chamber would un-doubtedly welcome lower rates of interest on their borrowings. However, they would not agree to lower interest rates if these were to bring about any threat to the stability of the local banking sector or...

  • Thank you for helping Arka Foundation

    For the past 13 years, the Arka Foundation has administered Dar Arka, a residential home in Għajnsielem for people with disabilities. This centre, apart from offering residential services on a permanent and respite basis, also offers a wide range...

  • Collective agreement signed for APS Bank

    After months of intensive negotiations, APS Bank and the Malta Union of Bank Employees (MUBE) reached final agreement on the new Collective Agreement which covers 2014 to 2016. This was the ninth agreement successfully concluded with the bank. The...

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