Articles by: Kurt Sansone

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

€200 a month being charged for shared bedroom

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

Company denies accusations

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

A continuation of the process already begun

Just 167 passenger cars running purely on battery power

The petrol and diesel era is nowhere near its end

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

Gozo route appears to have hit a snag

Air Malta workers await their fate

Unions to start talks with government this week

Labour's LEAD attracts 70 women

Parliamentary quota system may be needed

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

The government will invest €10 million of EU funds

Will it be a Gozo route to Parliament for Delia?

Party leader expected to approach Frederick Azzopardi today

Delia’s obstacle course to make it to Parliament

How will the new PN leader get a seat?

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

€39 one-way fare for almost all Air Malta destinations, no bag allowance

AD: abortion is a reality in Malta, discussion needed

'It is not in the country’s interest to continue running away from the problem'

Juncker’s tax scheme is unrealistic, warns Scicluna

EU Commission president wants tax decisions taken by qualified majority vote

Public holidays and leave: not if, but when and how

Various options on how it would work in practice

No decision yet on income tax refund pledge

Budget 2018 expected on October 9

Budget to deal with 'problems of robust growth'

Waste management, cleanliness, the road infrastructure and rising rents are on the Finance Minister’s...

Who was Mgr Fortunato Mizzi?

The late priest's legacy extended beyond his political roots

We will not rush voting at 16 reform, says Julia Farrugia Portelli

Should 16-year-olds be candidates in local elections?

Rent increases should be capped, alliance tells government

Calls for tax rebate scheme to incentivise landlords

People spending more but poorer bookshelves

Spending on printed material down 18%

Nothing 'extraordinary' about working on Sundays, hospitality sector tells GWU

GWU wants workers to be legally assured of extra pay on Sundays, public holidays

Understanding the Delia phenomenon

Tracing the outsider's journey to the PN leadership race

GWU wants double pay for Sunday work enshrined in law

'Fighting precarious employment is an ongoing battle'

Tainted eggs: five chicken farms sealed

Pesticide found in local and imported eggs, but levels were low

Fan has every England football shirt since 1966

Hopeful that they will win World Cup in Russia