Gone fishing or the Public Accounts Committee I caught a glimpse of the proceedings at the Public Accounts Committee sessions. Inelegant and clumsy are the first words that come to mind. It was never meant to be a fashion statement or synchronised swimming, sure, but the overall impression before getting down to the nitty gritty […]
If you ever stopped to read the writing on Floriana’s Porte des Bombes (Heaven forbid that you did stop, it is after all in the middle of a main road) you would have read the inscription “Ad maiorem popoli comoditatem” which is latin for “For the greater comfort of the people”. The events of the […]
Walking around Valletta during my last visit to Malta I opted to pass through “is-Suq”, the closed food market that is still crying out to be converted for proper use. I would not use the word dilapidated but the state of what should be a vibrant part of the City of Gentlemen leaves much to […]
The internet side of the Maltese world seems to be unanimous in its disapproval of the design for the Monti stalls. Some government “perit” was commissioned to ‘design’ these stalls that will be placed in the open space between the new parliament building and the open theatre in Valletta. The designs had barely been announced ad urbi […]
Toni Sant presents the 406th in a series of podcasts featuring music by performers in or from Malta. Artists featured in this podcast: Chris & Moira # Kersten Graham # Colourblind # DJ Pioneer & TJ feat. Dana McKeon.
Toni Sant presents the 405th in a series of podcasts featuring music by performers in or from Malta. Artists featured in this podcast: For Strings Inn # Walrus and the Carpenter # Anidroc # Mikaela # Microlith.