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  • QUESTIONS, QUESTIONS, ANSWERS?

    What we know for sure is that on Wednesday night, a private citizen was involved in a very minor traffic accident and that after some time, shots were fired at, and hit, the car in which said private citizen was driving away from the incident. We...

  • Choral and orchestral concert

    The St Paul Choral Society, one of Malta’s leading polyphonic choirs, on the occasion of the feast of St Cecilia, patron saint of music, is presenting a choral and orchestral concert at St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta, at 7.30pm today. The...

  • Hogg savours first MVP award

    On a high after playing a starring role in Malta’s 1-1 draw at Bulgaria on Sunday, goalkeeper Andrew Hogg had further cause to be happy on Wednesday after being presented with the Most Valuable Player trophy following matchday nine of the Greek...

  • Flamenco is in the air

    Alegria Academia, together with Alegria Dance Company, Malta’s only dance school specialising in flamenco dance, song and music, is presenting an evening of flamenco extravaganza entitled Aire Flamenco at Salesian Theatre, Don Bosco Street,...

  • The politics of paradox

    Last Saturday, Lord Maurice Glasman delivered a lecture at the Catholic Institute in Floriana as part of the course organised by the Pastoral Formation Institute and the local Chapter of the Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice Foundation. The title of...

  • Six and easy for Xewkija Tigers

    Xewkija Tigers and Kerċem Ajax booked their place in the quarter-finals of the GFA Cup following victories over fellow Division One sides St Lawrence Spurs and SK Victoria Wanderers respectively, last weekend. The Spurs produced a decent...

  • Plucky Qormi hold Luxol

    Luxol’s perfect run of five consecutive wins in the Premier Division was halted by a gutsy side Qormi side who produced their best to gain a point in a thrilling 6-6 draw. Trailing by three goals at the interval, Qormi grew in confidence after the...

  • PN just wants a bailout

    The leader of the Opposition insists on creating storms in a tea cup. One of his latest is his call for the PL to just hand back those eight properties rented to PL committees. Simon Busuttil has even gone so far as to threaten to take the PL to...

  • Eco tax foiled own purpose

    Members of the business community have long been up in arms against the eco tax, since they rightly perceive it as a double whammy if the government were to enforce the EU’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment regulations at the same...

  • Time to think outside the box

    Budget time is a cycle in the life of a legislature that politicians look forward to with particular enthusiasm to reassert their positions and attempt to gainpolitical mileage. Although the budget ought not to be turned into a political...