The English whippet

The whippet was created by the miners in the North of England by breeding several breeds together, each for their...

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Competition Office

Reference is made to your editorial entitled ‘Obstacles to consumer rights’ (February 6). The...

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Comparisons

‘Red Eddy’ (‘Church media’, February 12) has the Archbishop in his crosshairs (again) in...

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Holy sacraments

As a retired permanent deacon living in Malta, I was most interested in the reported comments made by Fr...

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Broken promises

When our dear Prime Minister boasts that our economy is in fine shape, no one dares to contradict him because it...

Third World standards

Adrian Delia is determined to keep trying to dupe those who follow his speeches by inventing downright...

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PSC approval

I refer to the article ‘OPM had “ordered the promotion” of suspended fisheries director’...

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Church catastrophe

Despite the brave front they project to the world, Roman Catholics are deeply demoralised. Just when they were...

What investors want

Following on the introduction of the ePortfolio in 2016 and the further improvements to the ePortfolio service in...

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The Gospel is ‘good news’

John Guillaumier (‘Sepulchres of God’, The Sunday Times of Malta, February 10) true to form,...

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School violence

The fracas of the teenager’s father who attacked a student at Pembroke secondary school, also injuring two...

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Sports at the Seminary

I came to know that Mgr Anton Galea had died only two weeks ago. In the early 1960s, Fr Galea was our vice-rector...

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Too much development

I read with interest the report on the 15-story monster to be built on the Jerma Hotel site, (The Times of Malta,...

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The Christian barometer

In his message for the 27th Word Day of the Sick 2019, Pope Francis wrote: “The joy of gene­rous giving...

Loaded terms

I would like to weigh in on the minefield of loaded terms that is ‘women’s rights’ and...

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Ethical standards

Divisiveness in politics, religion and ethics have never been as manifest and abysmal in Malta as at present....

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More secular

Fr René Camilleri is reported to have commented that people are becoming ‘less’ secular...

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The Church ‘product’

I read the report on the interview with Fr René Camilleri. I can see from where his reasoning is...

Balzan church facelift

During a press conference given by the Archbishop’s Curia CEO, Michael Pace Ross and the Parliamentary...

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Foolish believers

  I confess that as much as I disapprove calling unbelievers in the existence of God...