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100 Promises for the Grand Harbour Region

November 24, 2007 by


It’s incredible. Doctor Alfred Sant has promised that a Labour government has 100 projects ready up its sleeve for the Grand Harbour Region. These projects will be up and running by 2020 if the Labour government gets elected. There’s the usual bit about promenades and walkways, probably a few restaurants and then there is some […]

Writing for Noel

November 12, 2007 by


The Malta Chronicle has made page two of the Malta Independent on Sunday, literally. Noel Grima brought together a full page article entitled “The Campaign in the Blogs” (see pdf link below). First of all thanks to David for pointing it out first and thanks to Rupert for scanning and sending the article. The article […]

Would we invent them?

November 6, 2007 by


Timothy Garton Ash, the UK’s answer to Ranier Fsadni (in style) and Salvu Balzan (in beard), came up with a piece called If our political parties did not exist, would we ever need to invent them? The hairy opinion columnist kicks off his article by congratulating the Poles for booting out ultra-conservative Lech Kaczynski and for dealing a severe […]

The Natural Party of Opposition?

November 4, 2007 by


From a party which tried to keep us out of Europe, the Labour Party has evolved into a party which without any consultation with its members will be giving us the full Europe; reform treaty and all.  The problem with Alfred Sant is that people don’t really know where he stands – is he for […]