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  • Chris Fearne on listening to people, political rivalry, legalising marijuana...

    Chris Fearne on listening to people, political rivalry, legalising marijuana...

    Just after Labour Party delegates chose him as deputy leader parliamentary affairs, automatically assuming the role of deputy prime minister, Chris Fearne speaks about his philosophy to remain close to the people. He shuns the argument that this...

  • "I cried and suffered, but the worst is over," says transgender Alex Caruana

    "I cried and suffered, but the worst is over," says transgender Alex Caruana

    As a child, Alex Caruana always felt more comfortable in the company of boys and years later, during his teens, he found himself wearing men's clothing.  Back then, Alex was a woman, but he claims he knew from a very young age, he was in the wrong...

  • Watch: Transgender man opens up on Times Talk

    Watch: Transgender man opens up on Times Talk

    Alex Caruana is celebrating his "total freedom" after feeling he was trapped in the wrong body for more than 20 years.  The learning support assistant says he has no regrets after switching his sex from female to male. Interviewed on Times Talk,...

  • Watch: We can't be at every workplace all the time, says health and safety boss

    Watch: We can't be at every workplace all the time, says health and safety boss

    The Occupational Health and Safety Authority would have to double in size to reach the 60-strong staff contingent EU experts recommended for it more than a decade ago.  In a Times Talk interview, OHSA CEO Mark Gauci admits that the authority,...

  • Watch: Workplace health and safety boss defends his office

    Watch: Workplace health and safety boss defends his office

    Blaming the Occupational Health and Safety Authority for the countless workplace safety breaches evident around Malta is all too easy.  But according to OHSA CEO Mark Gauci, pointing the finger at the regulator is "wrong, misguided and unfair" and...

  • Watch: 'We nag because animal abuse keeps repeating itself with impunity'

    Watch: 'We nag because animal abuse keeps repeating itself with impunity'

    Enforcement of animal rights is still very lacking despite having a parliamentary secretariat for the protection of animals, activist Moira Delia says. Interviewed on Times Talk, Ms Delia says activists like her are often portrayed as naggers but...

  • Moira Delia talks pigeon culls, animal welfare and enforcement

    Moira Delia talks pigeon culls, animal welfare and enforcement

    She came out vehemently against a proposed pigeon cull in Vittoriosa but animal rights campaigner Moira Delia now welcomes the mayor's change of heart and the drive to tackle this problem in a more humane way on a national level. Interviewed on...

  • PN should not turn into ‘plasticine’ – Gonzi

    PN should not turn into ‘plasticine’ – Gonzi

      The Nationalist Party should understand the developing social realities but should not turn into "plasticine" formed by external elements, former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi has warned. “You get into politics to lead and not to be led. The...

  • Lawrence Gonzi on the PN's defeat, next leader

    Lawrence Gonzi on the PN's defeat, next leader

    Former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi will analyse the reasons of the Nationalist Party's landslide defeat in tomorrow's edition of Times Talk. Dr Gonzi will talk about voting trends and the values which he believes should remain at the core of...

  • Watch: 'We will prove road resurfacing sceptics wrong,' says Ian Borg

    Watch: 'We will prove road resurfacing sceptics wrong,' says Ian Borg

    Transport Minister Ian Borg has the unenviable task of fulfilling Joseph Muscat's electoral promise to fix all of Malta's roads in just seven years.  But although road contractors privately suggest such statements are pie in the sky political...

  • Ian Borg talks roads and PA permits on Times Talk

    Ian Borg talks roads and PA permits on Times Talk

    Aged just 31, Ian Borg has been handed the daunting task of overseeing the country's transport, infrastructure and planning policies.  The minister inherits a Planning Authority accused of bowing to its political masters, a country choked by...

  • Watch: No leadership contest for Mario de Marco

    Watch: No leadership contest for Mario de Marco

    Mario de Marco will not be contesting the Nationalist Party leadership, telling Times Talk he will not lend his support to anyone. The PN deputy leader will be resigning along with Simon Busuttil, Beppe Fenech Adami and the party's administration,...

  • Mario de Marco on PN's defeat

    Mario de Marco on PN's defeat

    Nationalist Party deputy leader Mario de Marco talks about Saturday's big defeat at the polls and says the electorate should never be blamed. Interviewed on tomorrow's edition of Times Talk, he insists the PN's message in favour of good governance...

  • Watch: Election campaign has been 'intrusive'

    Watch: Election campaign has been 'intrusive'

    The general election campaign has been an "intrusive" one which does not respect the voters, according to the university's head of Public Policy Department. "I've never seen a campaign like this. Hampers, T-shirts, wine, keychains and so on are...

  • Watch: Muscat in no-show for Times Talk

    Watch: Muscat in no-show for Times Talk

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat failed to reply to an invitation to appear on this week's edition of Times Talk.  The Prime Minister was repeatedly invited to the programme through his chief communications officer over the past few weeks, but all...

  • Watch: My political fate is a secondary issue, says Simon Busuttil

    Watch: My political fate is a secondary issue, says Simon Busuttil

    With the general election race entering its home stretch, Simon Busuttil is convinced he can lead the Nationalist Party to victory and will not entertain talk of what will happen if he doesn't.  "What happens to me is of secondary importance," the...

  • Simon Busuttil on Times Talk

    Simon Busuttil on Times Talk

    Simon Busuttil might still be trailing in the polls, but the Nationalist Party leader insists he's too focused on winning the June 3 electoral race to give much thought to his political future.   In this Times Talk interview, Dr Busuttil says he...

  • Watch: 'No cloud of corruption... just hot air' - PM spokesman

    Watch: 'No cloud of corruption... just hot air' - PM spokesman

    The suspicions raised on the secret Panama company Egrant were fizzling out, according to the government's head of communications.  The Opposition urged people to take to the streets on a cooked-up claim with no shred of evidence, Kurt Farrugia...

  • Watch: PM spokesman on PN's 'vicious' attacks, corruption... and that Azerbaijan trip

    Watch: PM spokesman on PN's 'vicious' attacks, corruption... and that Azerbaijan trip

    Kurt Farrugia insists it was the Nationalist Party's vicious attacks which forced the Prime Minister's hand to call an early general election.  The head of communications in the Office of the Prime Minister says the Nationalist Party was dead set...

  • Watch: 'I leave my past to historians', says Josie Muscat

    Watch: 'I leave my past to historians', says Josie Muscat

    Josie Muscat made a surprise return to the Nationalist Party fold last week, with the party announcing him as one of its electoral candidates.  His return comes after a 30-year absence, during which the Żabbar doctor transformed private...