How’s Keith Schembri this morning?

2019-07-20T09:24:07+02:00Sat, 20th Jul '19, 09:24|

It doesn't happen very often that we realise Keith Schembri has not had his way. It was clear from the start that Moviment Graffitti's victory in the courts over the db project permit in Pembroke was not only won on the environmental front. Perhaps, on that side of things, at best they won a reprieve. [...]

GUEST SERIES: Joseph Muscat’s oath (1)

2019-07-20T08:48:00+02:00Sat, 20th Jul '19, 08:47|

Godfrey Leone Ganado has prepared a series analysing the transcripts of Joseph Muscat's and Owen Bonnici's testimonies in court in the case filed by Adrian Delia asking he's given a copy of the Egrant inquiry report. The following is the first part. This series will carry extracts from the transcripts of the testimony given by [...]

Feeling the heat, Ed?

2019-07-20T08:32:40+02:00Sat, 20th Jul '19, 08:32|

Edward Scicluna sued Simon Busuttil for defamation saying tweets Simon Busuttil published lie about him. Or something. Here are Simon Busuttil’s tweets. A MAJOR VICTORY in the fight against corruption! THREE ministers under criminal investigation for the obscene transfer of THREE public hospitals behind our backs. And @JosephMuscat_JM is too compromised to remove them, not [...]

Funny boy

2019-07-20T08:33:20+02:00Sat, 20th Jul '19, 08:01|

The sack of Malta continues apace. The approval of the highway through Attard has brought tears to many eyes, at least the eyes of people who were not already sore from all the dust. We are stuck in a nightmare, a lucid dream. But we'll wake up from this coma after this zombie apocalypse has [...]


2019-07-20T07:36:39+02:00Sat, 20th Jul '19, 07:36|

This is my piece in the July 2019 edition of Money Magazine. A digital copy of the magazine can be found here. ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ is a much maligned idiom. It does not democratise aesthetics. It does not give everyone the right to decide that what they like is beautiful. [...]

GUEST POST: Not the PN way

2019-07-20T07:12:22+02:00Sat, 20th Jul '19, 07:12|

'Lake' here follows up from his piece from yesterday: In its current state, the Nationalist party, under Adrian Delia’s leadership, draws parallels with the Labour Party led by Alfred Sant. Alfred Sant’s stubbornness, only matched by that of the Labour councillors who repeatedly reconfirmed him as their leader, ensured that under his leadership the Labour [...]

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