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Chris Mangion is MaltaToday’s photojournalist, joining the newspaper in 2013.

In 1995 his photos of the Um El Faroud tanker explosion at the Malta Drydocks were the first to reach the media, landing him his first job in the press at Independence Press (now Media.Link).

In 1996 he joined The People newspaper and in 1998 was awarded a Licentiate in Press and Public Relations Photography by the Masters Association UK, at 22 years of age the youngest photographer in Europe to achieve such a licentiate, at the time.

Mangion’s work has been published by the EPA, CNN, The Guardian and Demotix. Apart from commercial photography, Mangion also MotoGP and World Superbike races in Silverstone and Donington Park, and in Valencia, Spain. Commercial assignments for private companies too him to Tunisia, the Sahara Desert and Palma de Mallorca.

Court ordered to rehear road rage case
Court & Police 30-06

A driver is to be retried after Court of Appeal rules that the first court did not follow procedures.

Jail term halved for man convicted on offence he was not charged with
Court & Police 27-06

Court of Appeal halves man’s jail term after being sentenced to 24 months' imprisonment for an offence he was not charged with

Driver who crashed into MP's vehicle denied bail
Court & Police 27-06

The British driver who crashed into the vehicle of PN MP Frederick Azzopardi was remanded in custody after the prosecution argues he is unreliable.

Court rules officers mentioned in constitutional case have a right to clear their names
Court & Police 27-06

Defence lawyer in a Constitutional Case argues that the officers mentioned in the plaintiff's testimony have a right to clear their names.

Court orders repayment of debts to beverage company
Court & Police 27-06

Court orders immediate payment of €7,184 in debts over purchases made by a single client from Farsons Beverage Imports Company Limited

Father lies under oath to protect son
Court & Police 26-06

The father of a traffic warden lies under oath about a car accident in order to cover up his son's actions.

Company deems Contracts Department ban ‘obscene and unconstitutional’
Court & Police 26-06

Gafa' Saveways demand a warrant to stop the enforcement of a decision taken by the Contracts Department, which they claim is based on an unconstitutional judgement.

Man damages private property, granted bail
Court & Police 26-06

A man who damaged the residence of a person he had argued with is granted bail after pleading not guilty to the charges..

Bicycle thief conditionally discharged for a year
Court & Police 26-06

Minor steals bicycle form another boy, admits to the theft and is conditionally discharged for a year.

Relapser jailed over theft
Court & Police 26-06

Man who stole toiletries from a supermarket while on bail admits to charges, gets three-month jail term.

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