Articles by: Keith Micallef

Malta-Gozo monorail ruled out

Costs would soar and the project would be delayed further

Mixed reaction to proposal for Marsalforn breakwaters

Fears it will compromise popular bathing site

‘Pricey’ €15,000 Dalli painting hangs at PM’s Girgenti home

Art critic estimates it cost at least three times what it is really worth

PN's Delia debate: a leader's denial, followed by 'a show of hands'

'Trying to start a rebellion at this point in time would be political suicide'

Left at the mercy of nature - Marsalforn breakwater still awaits rebuilding

Marsalforn’s 10-year wait for a breakwater grows longer

Finance Minister downplays VGH deal concerns

‘Concessions are always controversial’

Enforcement notice withdrawal raises eyebrows

The notice was issued years ago in Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq

Young PN activists ‘unwilling’ to toe the party line

Issue on agenda of Monday's meeting

Attacks against me are against the PN - Delia

'Such attacks aimed to deflect attention from Corinthia deal'

PN 'cannot turn a blind eye' to Delia allegations - Briguglio

Party leader set to appear before PN executive committee early next week

Income tax saga comes back to haunt Adrian Delia

Leaked document shows he still owed exchequer €64,000 last January

PN leader in talks with officials about his future

Meetings with heads of the executive committee, administrative council

Valletta garden, last piece of the City Gate project, finally completed

…but Lascaris Ditch parking will be out of bounds for public

2019: Changing of the guard at the top?

This year could herald major changes on the political front

PN executive ‘will discuss Delia’

Spokesman says Dr Delia has never submitted his resignation

Hotels and restaurants report good business during festive season

Higher availability of seats on Malta flights compared to previous years

Tal-Balal Road will be ready ‘as soon as possible’

First layers of asphalt in coming days

2018 was stormiest year ever

It was also wetter but slightly hotter than the norm

OPM silent on fake news ads

Facebook users bombarded with posts to lure the Maltese to invest their savings

European Capital of Culture: New agency tasked to handle 2031 event

Muscat had suggested that Gozo could be nominated

No permit sought for Ramla Bay road widening

Agency says road had become too narrow for safe access

Social care watchdog to get its teeth on New Year’s Day

The watchdog can carry out unannounced inspections

Sexual abuse by clergy: Archbishop works to promote accountability

‘People deserve answers’

Christmas suicide helpline launched

Seeing happy families can be enough to trigger suicidal thoughts

Archbishop on his new, powerful role at Vatican

Dismisses suggestion it paves way for him to be made Cardinal