Articles by: Keith Micallef

Competition watchdog dealt another blow

It cannot carry out its own investigations

€15,000 painting treated like a State secret

No information about where it is, what it looks like

GRTU's bid to block Mercury House skyscraper falls flat

SME lobby wanted a PA renewal decision to be overturned

PN nominates representatives to Constitutional Convention

Delay was the result of a “misunderstanding”

ERA halts Buskett roadworks

No environmental permit had been applied for

Waste mix-up leaves St Paul's Bay residents fuming

Many questioned if the contractor would be fined

OPM hands minister’s husband €15,000 for painting

The provision of the oil on canvas painting was endorsed by Heritage Malta

'Delia is here to stay' - PN

Personal problems up the ante against the PN leader

Examiners flag perennial Maltese language mistakes

Students fared better in English

Malta-China agreement to attract Asian investment - Muscat

Prime Minister says organic waste collection scheme will be a huge leap forward

New waste schedule may mean more trips for waste collectors

Households not expected to take out waste bags at different times of day

Political talk remark ‘was not censorship warning’

Says comment was made with good intentions

Problems looming for afternoon waste collection times

Organic waste scheme starts on Wednesday

Migrant workers controversy: Have any studies been carried out?

Policy increasingly under the spotlight

Rising rent, racist colleagues, low salaries hindering refugee employment

Refugees with protection in Italy are susceptible to exploitation in Malta

Another road project done without a permit

State agency now seeking to sanction the works

Proposed six-storey blocks ‘could destroy Għaxaq skyline’, FAA claims

Says application gets ‘preferential treatment’

Issues persist with organic waste bags delivery

People disposing of waste in wrong bag to be liable to fines

Manure is turned to water in possible solution to farm waste problem

Prototype plant being tested in Malta

EU Budget and Brexit – Europe at a crossroads

As negotiations on the next EU Budget are entering the final lap, Brussels is piling pressure on member...

Tal-Balal Road project is set for approval

…but works are nearly complete

Original stonework to be used for rebuilding of Palace wall

Wall collapsed on parked vehicles some days ago

Rainwater seepage possible cause of collapse of palace wall

Restoration method under scrutiny

Shop owners fuming over 10-year ‘policy’ restriction

Retailers who not so long ago renewed the lease of their government-owned premises are claiming that a 10-year...

Migrant workers’ policy fuelling poverty - Delia

PN working on social housing plan