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  • 'Will we be dumb to fall for divide and rule, or will we be smart' - author of Lampedusa

    As Unifaun gets ready to debut Lampedusa – a tale of two migrants with a twist – on the local stage, British playwright Anders Lustgarten shares his thoughts with Ramona Depares about migration and the way we need to inject humanity back into the...

  • Scoring run lifts Schembri’s confidence after lean spell

    Andrè Schembri underlined his rich vein of form after hitting a brace to inspire Omonia Nicosia to a 3-1 victory over AEK Larnaca who went into Saturday’s game as leaders of the Division One championship in Cyprus. Long acclaimed as one of the...

  • Players’ body urges MFA to enforce regulations

    The Malta Football Players Association (MFPA) has urged the Malta FA to enforce regulations vis-à-vis the medical requirements at local football games in light of the incident that occurred in the Premier League match between Balzan and Sliema...

  • Improved Saints settle for draw against Lija

    Lija Athletic 0St George’s 0 St George’s produced a spirited display but it was still not enough to take all three points as they had to settle for a draw against Lija Athletic. The result did little to alleviate St George’s relegation problems as...

  • Spartans win to keep the pressure on Gżira

    Ħamrun Spartans 3Vittoriosa Stars 1 Ħamrun Spartans scored three times in the opening 45 minutes to cruise to a comfortable victory over Vittoriosa Stars and keep up the pressure on Gżira United. It was a confident performance from the Spartans...

  • Sanremo festival 2016: a mix of old and new faces

    Well-known and emerging singers are to set foot on the Ariston stage this week as the 66th edition of the Sanremo festival kicks off tomorrow. The contest, to be hosted by Carlo Conti assisted by comedian Virginia Raffaele, Romanian actress and...

  • The millennials’ impossible dream

    It must be the dream of most young people to find work as soon as their education is completed so that they can establish themselves as productive members of society. But for many millennials in Europe finding a decent job is proving to be an...

  • Why change is essential

    Last week, as discussions ensued within the Labour Party to enact changes to renew the party structures, I couldn’t help but recall the long, exciting and sometimes painful road we have walked together during the last eight years. Faced with...

  • Sustainable policymaking

    The bureaucratic and rigid nature of State structuresat times serves as animpediment for changes required for more sustainable policymaking. This may range from work practices that are not in synch with today’s needs to the lack of...

  • The welcome for St Paul

    It was reported that Fr Victor Paul Farrugia asked whether Malta would really welcome St Paul the way our ancestors did in AD60. This is a loaded question as there is no comparison between theshipwreck of St Paul and the unending influx, mainly of...