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Keith Micallef

  • All four PN candidates summoned before ethics board

    All four PN candidates summoned before ethics board

    Updated 3.25pm All four Nationalist Party leadership candidates have appeared before an ethics committee probing allegations about Adrian Delia. Chaired by former PN general secretary and Cabinet minister Louis Galea, the committee was set up at...

  • Is police reform having the desired effect?

    Is police reform having the desired effect?

    More than a year after the launch of a police reform, district officers complain that the situation on the ground has remained the same, while sounding a warning on the rise of synthetic drug use. Moreover, officers who spoke with this newspaper...

  • PN unlikely to decide on Delia future today

    PN unlikely to decide on Delia future today

    No final decision on Adrian Delia’s leadership bid is expected this evening, as the PN administrative committee will only be debating the manner in which the allegations levelled against him are to be handled. This was confirmed by PN sources...

  • Labour is the only movement which can solve Malta's challenges - PM

    Labour is the only movement which can solve Malta's challenges - PM

    The Labour party is the only ‘movement’ which can address challenges like social housing and help those struggling to make ends meet, the Prime Minister said this morning.Joseph Muscat made this remark in a brief telephone link on Labour radio...

  • Dismantling of Delimara chimney to start next month

    Dismantling of Delimara chimney to start next month

    Work on the dismantling of the 150-metre Delimara power station chimney will commence at the start of next month, following this morning’s unanimous approval by the Environment Resources Authority on the procedure for the decommissioning of this...

  • Nine months on and still no word on Paceville master plan

    Nine months on and still no word on Paceville master plan

    Nine months after being forced to go back to the drawing board and come up with a fresh Paceville master plan, the Planning Authority has refused to say when the revised blueprint is expected to be published. Launched in September last year, the...

  • Surface of "worst road in Malta" removed just days after being laid

    Surface of "worst road in Malta" removed just days after being laid

    Reinforced concrete, which was laid as part of the reconstruction of the notorious Triq Bontadini in Birkirkara, had to be removed after a few days, when it transpired that the contractor was not following the plan. This busy thoroughfare adjacent...

  • Mayor laments 'lawlessness' in Ħamrun

    Mayor laments 'lawlessness' in Ħamrun

    The mayor of Ħamrun has accused the authorities of turning a blind eye to the lawlessness he said prevailed in certain parts of the suburb that are inhabited by migrant communities. Christian Sammut’s outburst came in the wake of the arrest of a...

  • Burmarrad fuel station plans run into local council opposition

    Burmarrad fuel station plans run into local council opposition

    St Paul’s Bay local council will be appealing the Planning Authority’s decision which last month issued a permit for a fuel station on agricultural land in Burmarrad. Apart from the controversial location, the council is insisting there is no...

  • Real estate agents cannot cope with demand for cheap rental properties

    Real estate agents cannot cope with demand for cheap rental properties

    Rising rental prices led to a shortage of low-budget properties, which, in turn, left real estate agents scratching their heads, unable to cope with requests for such accommodation, according to a study. The study was commissioned by the Malta...

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