Articles by: Keith Micallef

Over 10,000 square metres of virgin land to be lost

Plan to widen Triq Buqana

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Land value - not developers greed - is driving property prices' spike - MDA

Bishops pleaded for more solidarity on housing

'They just turned up and bulldozed our property’

Tal-Balal landowners say they received formal notice of works after they had started

Tal-Balal project shows authorities' 'disdain' for planning rules - Church Commission

Church Environment Commission lambasts government for 'steamrolling'

Temporary road closures in Attard causing gridlock chaos

Temporary traffic arrangements in Attard as part of the reconstruction of Triq il-Linja have left much to be...

'Residents are fed up,' says Ħamrun mayor

Council tightens regulations on loitering and alcohol consumption in public

Consumers’ lobby says law change proposals not bold enough

Bill was issued last month

No agreement on expropriation compensation for Tal-Balal road widening

Work is moving ahead despite no planning permit and no consultation

No escaping Maltese commentary for some English football games

The English Premier League limits live commentary in English

Daughter to take late mother’s council seat after candidates’ no-show

The decision was taken by the PN executive committee

Open-top tourist bus tragedy ‘seems forgotten’

Survivor vents frustration over silence by authorities

Junior minister silent on cost and financing of mailshot

32-page colour booklet mailed to constituents

Postpone autumn hunting season to mid-October, activists say

Government: Season opens on September 1

Tal-Balal road widening rings alarm bells at environment authority

Planning Authority yet to indicate its position, in spite of absence of permit

Massive recoil might have been undoing of ‘shell of shells’

Experts blame failure on decision to let 568kg petard off from the sea

Qawra primary school delayed by another year

School was originally meant to open in 2017

Muscat to Salvini: 'Politics is not done by tweets'

Prime Minister says Diciotti migrant saga shows importance of political persuasion

Prepare for a Valletta 2018 big bang

Giant fireball will be let off from a barge at 10pm

Corruption claims ‘denting’ passport scheme’s reputation

Malta gained one place in Financial Times citizenship index

‘Unauthorised’ tunnel survey worries heritage watchdog

Tunnel part of the Sta Luċija project

New vacation leave rules suspended after employers announce boycott

Government suspends legal notices following employer fury

Tal-Balal road project forges ahead, despite no PA permit

Plans envisage road being widened by October

Industrial firms invited to tender for large-scale solar farms

The farms should be up and running in two years’ time

GRTU deems competition law proposals ‘positive’

Proposals presented by the government to restore full powers to the competition watchdog, the Malta Competition...

650 residents object to new central link project

Attard residents fear new road will be detrimental to them