Articles by Denise Grech
Advert

Denise Grech

  • Nothing can replace love from the heart, PM says in annual Christmas event

    Nothing can replace love from the heart, PM says in annual Christmas event

    The Prime Minister evoked the concept of artificial intelligence as he delivered a Christmas message in Valletta on Thursday evening, insisting that nothing could replace love that came from the heart. 'We hear the phrase artificial intelligence...

  • Watch: How 12,000 litres of gas was disposed of safely

    Watch: How 12,000 litres of gas was disposed of safely

    It took firefighters more than two days and 150,000 litres of water to safely dispose of about 12,000 litres of gas in Mellieħa this week in a 50-hour operation that ensured a potential blast was completely avoided. Three houses were evacuated on...

  • Constitutional changes should be made following referendum

    Constitutional changes should be made following referendum

    Any changes to the Constitution should be made after a referendum rather than just a debate in Parliament, Democratic Party leader Godfrey Farrugia said on Wednesday. Speaking to Times of Malta, Dr Farrugia said a referendum would add legitimacy...

  • European Commission asked to look into White Flag initiative

    European Commission asked to look into White Flag initiative

    The European Commission has been asked to look into an initiative promoting ‘plastic-free’ beaches that has been criticised as being misleading. The White Flag initiative came under fire following media reports that local companies had paid up to...

  • Lack of specialists for gastric conditions worry parents

    Lack of specialists for gastric conditions worry parents

    No specialised doctors were available to see children with gastric conditions, parents have complained to the Times of Malta. Children who were coeliac, suffering from an auto-immune disease triggered by gluten, or had an inflammatory bowel...

  • Council agrees on supporting external borders after UN agreement ‘turmoil’

    Council agrees on supporting external borders after UN agreement ‘turmoil’

    The European Council agreed on supporting control of external borders as the December Brussels summit came to an end Friday. The discussion comes after much heated debate surrounding a United Nations global migration pact. The legally non-binding...

  • Watch: Muscat feels bad for 'extremely resilient' Theresa May

    Watch: Muscat feels bad for 'extremely resilient' Theresa May

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat on Thursday expressed admiration for the "extremely resilient" Theresa May, saying that the British Prime Minister had to be given the opportunity to fulfil the mandate handed to her.  "I see no sort of alternative for...

  • Brexit and Budget to dominate EU leaders' meeting

    Brexit and Budget to dominate EU leaders' meeting

    European Union leaders gather for their December meeting on Thursday afternoon, with the focus being on Brexit and the EU Budget. The meeting had initially been set to be the first post-Brexit agreement summit but the British government on Tuesday...

  • Transport Ministry taken to court over ‘abuse of power’

    Transport Ministry taken to court over ‘abuse of power’

    The owners of NGO vessel Sea-Watch 3 had been deprived  by the Transport Ministry of their right to use their property freely, a judicial protest filed Tuesday argued. The migrant rescue ship had been barred from leaving port earlier in the summer...

  • ‘Lack of space’ pushes migrant women into men's compound in Ħal Far

    ‘Lack of space’ pushes migrant women into men's compound in Ħal Far

    Women staying at a centre for migrants have been moved to the men's compound in Ħal Far because of overcrowding. The Home Affairs Ministry confirmed that a number of women were temporarily moved to the Ħal Far centre over the past few weeks due to...