GUEST POST: Great hearts

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2019-04-05T16:09:51+02:00Fri, 5th Apr '19, 16:09|

Sent in by someone known to me. Sitting in an airport on my way to Malta I noticed one thing in my recent weeks of travel. We are so poor, we are such a poor country, and it has nothing to do with wealth, it has nothing to do with the money we have in [...]

Guest Post: More than meets the eye

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2019-04-05T09:42:25+02:00Fri, 5th Apr '19, 09:42|

Daphne Caruana Galizia was methodical in her work. As a seasoned investigative journalist, she knew that when something appeared suspicious there was often a mound of rot behind it. She felt that it was so important to inform her readers in a timely manner that sometimes she published her intuitions as soon as she observed [...]

Farrugia brothers face anti-mafia trial in Catanzaro next week

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2019-04-05T07:43:24+02:00Fri, 5th Apr '19, 07:34|

Adrian and Robert Farrugia The anti-mafia trial starts on Tuesday of local veteran football managers Robert and Adrian Farrugia who along with several others are charged with match-fixing and corruption in the Calabrian town of Lamezia. Adrian Farrugia resigned from the role of Mosta FC team manager after the “Dirty Soccer” investigation named [...]

GUEST POST: Through a Glass, Darkly

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2019-04-05T06:38:32+02:00Fri, 5th Apr '19, 06:38|

St Paul, or so the story goes, arrived in Malta in 60 AD. Blown by the shipwrecks of fate, it’s widely believed he brought Christianity to these shores.  Good job he arrived before he’d have been jeered off the island with taunts of ‘Go back home to your own country!’ We should be grateful, too, [...]