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GWU will not accept any changes to public sector summer half-days
National 06-09

The General Workers’ Union assured government workers that it would not accept any changes to their working hours 

Malta’s overseas development aid way off €30 million target
National 06-09

Malta should be earmarking 0.33% of its €9.3 billion GNI for overseas development aid, but instead in 2017 it will be spending just €900,000

[LIVE] Official results: 616 votes for Delia, 425 votes for Chris Said
National 02-09

The first round of voting drew to a close at 9pm • Total of 1,354 votes cast • Unofficial results place Adrian Delia first with 616 votes, Chris Said obtained 425 votes whilst Alex Perici Calascione got 296 votes • 11 votes for Frank Portelli

Motorsport lobby hits back at Church racetrack criticism
Environment 02-09

Forget the racetrack, the government should plant more trees, the Church's environment commission has declared, raising the ire of the Malta Motorsport Federation which insisted that a racetrack is 'needed and necessary'

Lija needs a Pollution consultant, says Cycling Group
Environment 02-09

The Bicycle Advocacy Group also called for a walking commissioner and a cycling commissioner, which the group says it has been requesting for the past seven years.

Delia vows to keep on fighting 'for what is right to win'
National 30-08

 "Justice will prevail and the PN will return to its former glory,” Delia told supporters, evoking former Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami’s battlecry

[WATCH] ‘Parents said my gay father would go to hell’, children speak out
National 30-08

Children of LGBT parents recount episodes of intolerance in Pride Week video on rainbow familiesChildren of LGBT parents recount episodes of intolerance in Pride Week video on rainbow families

[WATCH] Nationwide investigation to be launched into churches' infrastructure after Ta’ Ġieżu incident
National 23-08

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Infrastructure minister Ian Borg also announced that they will be covering the expenses for restoration as well as building a new dome for the Franciscan church

[WATCH] Rabat residents devastated after ‘Ta' Ġieżu’ ceiling collapse
National 23-08

Residents rushed to the site to help the Franciscan community at Rabat, where the church ceiling collapsed leaving behind rubble

73.6% of Maltese have not been to a cultural site in 12 months, survey finds
Cultural Diary 23-08

Eurostat survey of participation in cultural or sport activities finds Maltese with one of the lowest rates of attendance to cultural and historical sites

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