The Malta Independent 21 February 2019, Thursday

Indepth promo: Gay issues, conversion therapy, religion in heated debate

Gay issues, including the controversial conversion therapy, were the main topic of this week’s edition of Indepth, presented by The Malta Independent editor-in-chief Rachel Attard. The...

CEO of the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools Mario Gafá resigns

CEO of the Foundation for Tomorrow's Schools Mr Mario Gafá submitted his resignation from his position on 15 February, a government statement read. "Under his leadership, the FTS finished...

Pilot project extended: All educational certificates to be issued through blockchain

The Blockcerts pilot project has been extended to a nation-wide project which will see all educational institutions – state and private – issue certificates through blockchain. A...

Discrediting PL government abroad is an attack on whole country – Alfred Sant

Discrediting the Labour government abroad, as Nationalist MEPs are doing, is a direct attack on the whole country, Alfred Sant writes today. In his bi-weekly blog, Sant says that it is incorrect...

MDA says foreign workers should have same rights, conditions as others

The Malta Developers Association (MDA) said today it believes that all workers, of whatever nationality, employed in the construction industry in Malta should have the same rights and conditions,...

Ending the silence on sex abuse: Pope ready to say ‘I got that wrong’ – Archbishop Scicluna

If Pope Francis needed a concrete example to justify summoning church leaders from around the globe to Rome for a tutorial on clergy sex abuse, Sister Bernardine Pemii has it. The nun, who...

PM only working for his ten year tenure, no direction for the future - Adrian Delia

Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said on Wednesday evening that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is working only for himself and his friends for the ten years he planned to be in power. He has no direction...

No evidence of Turkish construction workers sleeping in quarry - Planning Authority

The Planning Authority said they found no evidence that any persons were living in a quarry, converted in a sleeping compound, in a statement tonight. This follows a story by the Times of Malta...

Heirs of Zurrieq double-decker crash victim sue bus operator, Transport Malta for damages

The repercussions from last year’s fatal accident involving a double-decker sightseeing bus that clipped low-hanging tree branches continue to reverberate, with the heirs of one of the victims...

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