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Kurt Sansone

  • Rising rents a ‘financial and psychological burden’ for Gozitan students

    Rising rents a ‘financial and psychological burden’ for Gozitan students

    Gozo Bishop Mario Grech has taken up the plight of young Gozitans studying in Malta who are being priced out of the rental market. The exorbitant rents being asked are placing “a financial and psychological burden” on the families of these Gozitan...

  • Councillors want action against car hire firm ‘occupying’ public car park

    Councillors want action against car hire firm ‘occupying’ public car park

    Two Gudja councillors are up in arms over what they claim is an illegal occupation of public parking spots by a rental car company. In a stern letter to Transport Malta, councillors Mark Anthony Sammut and Stefan Caruana called on the authority to...

  • ‘Konrad Mizzi has my support on Air Malta’ – former tourism minister

    ‘Konrad Mizzi has my support on Air Malta’ – former tourism minister

    Edward Zammit Lewis has defended his successor’s decision to reform Air Malta before finding a strategic partner, describing it “a different way of looking at a complex issue”. The former tourism minister insisted the restructuring being...

  • Just 167 passenger cars running purely on battery power

    Just 167 passenger cars running purely on battery power

    Electric cars will not be flooding Malta’s roads anytime soon but the revolution in a few decades’ time will require infrastructural and lifestyle changes. Kurt Sansone reports. There are only 167 passenger cars on the road running purely on...

  • Air Malta workers await their fate

    Air Malta workers await their fate

    Air Malta employees will get wind of changes to their work conditions when their unions start having one-on-one meetings this week with the government negotiating team. The focused talks follow a general meeting held last Wednesday during which...

  • Delia increasingly likely to rely on Jean Pierre Debono to get into Parliament

    Delia increasingly likely to rely on Jean Pierre Debono to get into Parliament

    Adrian Delia looks increasingly likely to rely on Jean Pierre Debono to get into Parliament after his Gozo route appeared to hit a snag and declarations were made by two leading PN candidates on another district. The Nationalist Party leader is...

  • Labour's LEAD attracts 70 women

    Labour's LEAD attracts 70 women

    A parliamentary quota system may be needed to ensure more women become MPs in the shortest time possible, Labour MEP Miriam Dalli said. She called for positive action to boost the number of women MPs rather than wait for a mentality change that...

  • It's finally happening... the Ta' Qali crafts village

    It's finally happening... the Ta' Qali crafts village

    Works to transform the Ta' Qali crafts village into a modern outfit have started after years of aborted plans and failed promises. Economy Minister Chris Cardona said the government will invest €10 million of EU funds and the project will be...

  • Will it be a Gozo route to Parliament for Delia?

    Will it be a Gozo route to Parliament for Delia?

    Adrian Delia will be exploring the Gozitan avenue to make it into Parliament when he meets Nationalist Party MP Frederick Azzopardi today. The PN leader will address party members at the Sannat sub-headquarters this evening but was also expected...

  • Air Malta introduces cheap fares, hives off ground handling to separate company

    Air Malta introduces cheap fares, hives off ground handling to separate company

    Air Malta has introduced a new system of cheap fares and hived off its ground handling operations into a separate aviation services company, Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi said today. He confirmed this morning that agreement was reached with the...