Articles by: Philip Leone Ganado
No progress on public domain Act due to ‘teething problems’
The environmental protection law had been left on paper
One year on, Valletta ditch public garden formally inaugurated
PM Joseph Muscat hails transformation of 'neglected car park'
Uproar over car park on University sports ground
Part of the biggest car park to be converted to university residence
Manoel Island mega-development decision put off
University's 960-room student village gets approved
‘Revolutionary’ environment law grinds to a halt
Legislation meant to protect significant sites of environmental or cultural importance has been left on paper.
Fish farm expansion hearing postponed amid allegations against suspended fisheries director
Applicant not linked to scandal
Developers planning 15-storey replacement for Jerma Hotel
'A lower profile would have taken up too much space'
PN not opposed to land reclamation 'in principle,' but environmental considerations must come first
Party calls for national strategy to address construction waste crisis
It's official: men in trucks and luxury cars are most obnoxious drivers
Researchers measure Malta's traffic manners to find the rudest on the road
Benefits tapering cuts spending by €24 million
40% fewer people relying on social benefits - JobsPlus head
Fresh powers to protect threatened habitats, species
Environment and Resources Authority will be able to issue protection notices
Plans start to repatriate Maltese man killed in Somalia
Employer making all the arrangements
Hugo Chetcuti hotel plans in Paceville heading for approval
PA also approves massive Bengħisa solar farm in disused landfill
Maltese man's shooting in Somalia was 'motivated by economics, not politics'
Ports are a source of Al Shabaab income
Agriculture sector might not be sustainable unless new rules are relaxed
December legal notice brought in too much bureaucracy
Maltese manager killed with 'several bullets to head' in Somalia
Al-Shabaab says the victim had been warned
Murdered Maltese port manager remembered
Paul Anthony Formosa killed by terrorist group in Somalia
Interview - Roads Minister Ian Borg: ‘The country has chosen to grow’
He is responsible for the ambitious road upgrade project and oversees the Planning Authority during an unprecedented...
Petrol station relocations to ODZ could be allowed
Minister says ODZ developments should be limited to relocations, ruling out only entirely new facilities
PA backtracks... and approves 12-storey Bay Street Hotel extension
Concerns for historic Augustinian Priory
Alternative design for Marsalforn breakwater still being studied
Concerns that first design would close off the bay
Icon and trailblazer: community mourns transgender pioneer Katya
'A good soul who battled her demons by living the life of a star'
Eurovision song selection 'not yet established'
What will Michela Pace sing in Tel Aviv?
PA renews permit for Mistra Ridge mega-project, despite environmental concerns
PN and ERA representatives vote against
12-storey Smart City apartment blocks get the PA go-ahead
The Shoreline project will feature some 400 luxury apartments