The Malta Independent 18 January 2019, Friday

Indepth: ‘Put up or shut up; your place isn’t in the PN’, Jean Pierre Debono tells ‘gossiping’ MPs

The PN's chief political coordinator Jean Pierre Debono took aim at 'gossiping' members of the party's parliamentary group, saying on the latest edition of Indepth that these members should 'put up or...

Jason Azzopardi insists he has no problem with Delia; PN leader says MP needs ‘soul-searching’

The acrimony between Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia and PN MP Jason Azzopardi continues to reverberate, with Delia saying that Azzopardi has some soul-searching to do while the MP insists there...

Maltese MEPs reject proposal to end member states' veto over EU tax legislation

MEPs David Casa, Roberta Metsola, Francis Zammit Dimech, Marlene Mizzi, Alfred Sant, and Miriam Dalli have all rejected the notion that member state’s veto power be removed in relation to issues...

Watch: How ‘Yes, Minister’ anticipated Brexit and UK-EU relations

Members of the older generations will remember the very famous BBC sitcom “Yes, Minister”, which was later followed by the equally hilarious “Yes, Prime Minister”. The...

Mega sports village with hotel planned for abandoned Flower Power site

A planning application to construct a sports village on the abandoned Flower Power site in Ta’Qali has been filed. The application, which is still in the early stages, shows plans for two...

49 acres of Ta' Qali land being cleared by PA after illegal dumping

49 acres of land in Ta' Qali which had become subject to sustained illegal dumping are being cleared by the Planning Authority. The cleaning operation, which started today, is expected to take at...

TMID Editorial: Illegal hunting - If we can’t stop it on land how can we stop it at sea?

In 2018 the country registered the worst in six years for the killing of protected birds, and the illegalities are continuing into 2019 seemingly unabated and under cover of the great expanse of sea...

Updated: PN ‘pressure on Corinthia land deal’ leads to postponement of meeting

The Nationalist Party said today that its pressure on the government has led to the postponement of a meeting dealing with the transfer of public land to the Corinthia group, which the PN is saying...

€1 million junction upgrade for Labour Avenue

Infrastructure Malta launched a €1 million junction upgrade at Vjal il-Labour (Labour Avenue), next to the MostaTechnopark, to reduce accident risks in a number of roads converging in the...

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