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  • Watch: “You have no right to call me a whore” – Labour MP

    Watch: “You have no right to call me a whore” – Labour MP

    Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar says she can take in any form of criticism but will not tolerate misogynist verbal violence any longer. “If I’m vociferous in my arguments it doesn’t give you a right to call me a whore. Say you disagree with me, call me...

  • Watch: Rosianne Cutajar on slurs and libel suits

    Watch: Rosianne Cutajar on slurs and libel suits

    MP Rosianne Cutajar has vehemently defended her decision to file two separate libel suits against two people who allegedly denigrated her on Facebook. The Facebook posts cited by Ms Cutajar in her libel suits allegedly liken her to a “prostitute”...

  • Rule of law doesn’t exist in Paceville – Fr Hilary

    Rule of law doesn’t exist in Paceville – Fr Hilary

    Paceville has mushroomed into a lawless centre with ruthless rich 'gods' ruling the roost, according to Fr Hilary Tagliaferro.  It is not uncommon to hear about the notoriety of Paceville, but Fr Hilary is probably in the best position to give a...

  • Watch: Fr Hilary blunt on sorry state of Paceville, Maltese football

    Watch: Fr Hilary blunt on sorry state of Paceville, Maltese football

    Millennium Chapel founder Fr Hilary Tagliaferro is probably in the best position to give a snapshot of the state of Paceville.  In an interview with Times Talk, the much-loved priest, speaks about the culture of greed which has turned Malta's...

  • Watch: ‘Nobody can accuse me of being biased in favour of government’

    Watch: ‘Nobody can accuse me of being biased in favour of government’

    George Hyzler had barely settled into his new role, and the talk was already about what he could not do, rather than what he could. “I overemphasised the limitation of my powers, but that’s what the law is,” Malta's first parliamentary...

  • Watch: 'I understand the scepticism,' says Malta's first parliamentary watchdog

    Watch: 'I understand the scepticism,' says Malta's first parliamentary watchdog

    Barely one week into the job, the country's first-ever parliamentary watchdog has already had to parry scepticism about his new role.  In this Times Talk interview, parliamentary commissioner for standards in public life George Hyzler touches upon...

  • Watch: 'There is no vacancy for prime minister' - Fearne

    Watch: 'There is no vacancy for prime minister' - Fearne

    Deputy prime minister Chris Fearne refused steadfastly to be drawn into speculation over what he would have done about the 17 Black and Panama Papers revelations if he were prime minister. He also declined to say whether he would have Konrad Mizzi...

  • Watch: There'll be a vacancy in PN before PL - Fearne

    Watch: There'll be a vacancy in PN before PL - Fearne

    Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne stuck loyally by Prime Minister Joseph Minister and the latter’s position over the 17 Black and Panama Paper revelations, saying no one should resign unless allegations were proved to be facts. He scoffed at the...

  • Watch: 'Shut down political party media, it's Malta's only hope'

    Watch: 'Shut down political party media, it's Malta's only hope'

    Until the two main political parties continue "occupying" our lives, then there is little hope left for Malta. Immanuel Mifsud is one of Malta’s top authors, teachers and columnists, but he says he is fast losing hope of a semblance of critical...

  • Watch: 'Why I'm giving up on Malta'

    Watch: 'Why I'm giving up on Malta'

    Renowned author and columnist Immanuel Mifsud says he is not surprised that an increasing number of Maltese people are packing their bags to seek better pastures abroad.  "It is easier and more seductive to leave Malta nowadays," says the author...

  • Watch: Liam Debono is a person, not a monster - Peppi Azzopardi

    Watch: Liam Debono is a person, not a monster - Peppi Azzopardi

    Xarabank was ordered not to air an interview with Liam Debono last week, with a court saying that the eight-minute segment could end up influencing jurors if the teenager ended up facing a trial by jury. But according to Peppi Azzopardi, that...

  • Watch: Peppi Azzopardi on Times Talk

    Watch: Peppi Azzopardi on Times Talk

    Xarabank presenter Peppi Azzopardi came in for a barrage of criticism when he announced the Friday night TV show would be airing an interview with Liam Debono.  The courts stepped in and forced a change of plan, with magistrate Joe Mifsud saying...

  • Watch: “Malta's agriculture will die unless…”

    Watch: “Malta's agriculture will die unless…”

    An agriculture expert has underlined the need for immediate action unless Malta is to end up shorn of any crop growers within 15 years. "I think if the current trends continue we will not have any full-time farmers in 15 to 20 years. We will have...

  • Watch: 'Do we want farmers or land speculation?'

    Watch: 'Do we want farmers or land speculation?'

    A new organisation has been set up to face Malta's silent crisis in the agriculture sector. And agriculture expert Malcolm Borg says the country is in a race against time to save such an important sector.  Watch the full interview in Wednesday's...

  • Watch: Smaller social housing would encourage people to move on - MEA president

    Watch: Smaller social housing would encourage people to move on - MEA president

    Smaller social housing units could be the solution to the rental crisis, as they would be seen by tenants as temporary solutions - and not permanent ones, the president of the Malta Employers' Association Doris Sammut Bonnici told Times...

  • Watch: ‘We employ people, not govern the country’ – employers' lobby chief

    Watch: ‘We employ people, not govern the country’ – employers' lobby chief

    The country may be prospering but it is the government’s duty to distribute national wealth and make sure that those at all levels of society are looked after, the Malta Employers’ Association president Doris Sammut Bonnici insisted. The MEA has...

  • Watch: 'We did everything we could to solve Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder'

    Watch: 'We did everything we could to solve Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder'

    Daphne Caruana Galizia’s grieving family and friends are clamouring for a public inquiry into her murder, their calls borne of suspicion in the government and its motives. But according to Justice Minister Owen Bonnici, the government has done...

  • Watch: Owen Bonnici on Daphne, Chris and Joseph

    Watch: Owen Bonnici on Daphne, Chris and Joseph

    One day after Daphne Project journalists linked Economy Minister Chris Cardona to one of the men accused of killing Ms Caruana Galizia, Justice Minister Owen Bonnici speaks about the allegations and the broader fallout of that murder.In a Times...

  • 'I have never had political interference' – PA boss

    'I have never had political interference' – PA boss

    The Planning Authority boss insisted he has never had any political interference or received any phonecalls from government officials to favour any particular project. "I hold meetings with both objectors and applicants. But I never get any...

  • Watch: Corruption? Political interference? PA boss speaks out

    Watch: Corruption? Political interference? PA boss speaks out

    The embattled Planning Authority boss will field questions about claims of government interference and corruption and that infamous jet plane rental in Wednesday's edition of Times Talk.  Johann Buttigieg has been under siege following his...