Advert

Keith Micallef

  • Interview: 'I will convince sceptical MPs they were wrong about me'

    Interview: 'I will convince sceptical MPs they were wrong about me'

    What are you going to do differently from Simon Busuttil? The party needs to better understand what the people are saying. I want to adopt a bottom-up approach, meaning that on most issues our position will be based on the people’s feedback.

  • 'Neglect and no integration policy' to blame for Marsa incidents

    'Neglect and no integration policy' to blame for Marsa incidents

    A lack of an effective integration policy and years of neglect from the authorities are to blame for recent incidents involving Marsa open centre residents, according to African refugee and migrant communities. The remarks were made in reaction to...

  • Farmers offered low-cost 'polished water' for their crops

    Farmers offered low-cost 'polished water' for their crops

    Treated water from the Mellieħa polishing plant is being offered to farmers at “highly competitive prices” as part of a government plan to reduce dependency on the aquifer, which in recent years has been depleted. Though this project is still in...

  • Adrian Delia: Co-option to parliament is no longer an issue

    Adrian Delia: Co-option to parliament is no longer an issue

    Nationalist leadership contender Adrian Delia said this morning that his co-option to parliament should he become PN leader would not be an issue, but he did not name any MP who could give up his seat for him. He gave the assurance during a news...

  • ‘Either a Delia-Said leadership or chaos,’ says Frank Portelli

    ‘Either a Delia-Said leadership or chaos,’ says Frank Portelli

    Gozitan MP Chris Said should quit the leadership race and join forces with Adrian Delia as his second-in-command, or else the Nationalist Party is bound to remain in “chaos”. The warning was made by Frank Portelli when asked whether he would be...

  • Middle East needs a 'Marshall Plan', says local international relations expert

    Middle East needs a 'Marshall Plan', says local international relations expert

    A ‘Marshall Aid plan’ for the Middle East and North Africa could be the solution to promote economic development and create jobs in this troubled region, according to international relations expert Stephen Calleya. The academic will be floating...

  • Deadlock for St Paul’s Bay primary school project

    Deadlock for St Paul’s Bay primary school project

    St Paul’s Bay residents are wondering whether plans for better educational facilities in their locality have been put on the back burner, with the current school already at saturation point. Education Minister Evarist Bartolo announced in 2015...

  • Diesel price above EU average since June

    Diesel price above EU average since June

    For the last three months diesel vehicle owners in Malta have been paying more than the average European price to fill their tank, according to a fuel price analysis carried out by this newspaper. The exercise was based on the weekly oil bulletin...

  • 100 hours of leave for IVF couples

    100 hours of leave for IVF couples

    Couples undergoing the process of medically assisted procreation  can avail themselves of up 100 hours of leave (IVF leave), thanks to recent changes in the law regulating employment and industrial relations. Although this family- friendly...

  • HSBC employees complain of discrimination

    HSBC employees complain of discrimination

    HSBC employees have accused the bank of discrimination for refusing to compensate them for losses incurred through “complex investments” it sold to them without conducting an “appropriateness assessment”. Under EU law, an assessment was mandatory...

Advert
Advert