The Malta Independent 23 July 2017, Sunday

PN leadership race: what the wives of the contenders say

Nickie Vella De Fremeaux (Adrian Delia) Your husband is standing for a very dedicated role. How do you feel about this?  In all honesty I am daunted by the very prospect – particularly...

Tax avoidance and human resources abuse are a threat to the local restaurant industry

Speaking to The Malta Independent on Sunday, restaurateur Julian Sammut had stark words of warning that illicit practices being undertaken by some in the industry could have adverse effects not only...

TMIS Editorial: Criminal complaints and petty politics

Any regular citizen has every right to defend himself against a barrage of very public accusations and allegations being made in his or her respect. This is a right guaranteed at law and it is one...

Sweeping the Cabinet clean – corruption and lack of accountability a PN and PL issue

‘Il-Kenniesa tal-Kabinett’ (The Cabinet Sweepers), the group responsible for the banner calling for Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi’s resignation outside Parliament during its state...

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Hungary's Prime Minister says EU seeks to 'Muslimize' Europe

European Union leaders and Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros are seeking a "new, mixed, Muslimized Europe," Hungary's anti-migration prime minister said Saturday. Prime Minister Viktor...

FIRST: Why Yoga?

I first came in touch with yoga at my university's gym 15 years ago. Its stress-releasing effects, together with a good work-out and some positive twist on my mind, made for love at first sight. I...

‘Chase isn’t just any dog, he’s one in a million’

An abandoned dog called Chase that was saved and has found a new home thanks to the help of two police officers has been described as “one in a million” by his new family. The puppy,...

MTA and Lands Department take action to clear beaches of unlicensed umbrellas, deck-chairs

In a joint operation conducted by the Malta Tourism Authority and the Lands Authority earlier today, a large quantity of deckchairs and umbrellas were removed from Armier and Little Armier Bay. The...

‘Public beaches being turned into private property’

Several beaches around Malta and Gozo have been taken over by commercial entities which place deckchairs and umbrellas there from very early in the morning, effectively rendering public beaches,...

Imported salmon ‘tragically’ eaten more than local fish

Salmon is the most popular fish in Malta, JD Farrugia, an activist promoting sustainable fishing told The Malta Independent in an interview, referring to data which the ENGO he forms part of,...

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