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Court reporter Matthew Agius is a Legal Procurator and Commissioner for Oaths. Prior to reading Law at the University of Malta, Matthew served in the British Army.
ITS, Vitals and AUM 'latest in long list of privatisation rip-offs' says Graffiti
National 10:14

“It is now clear that the Labour administration has followed the Nationalist Party’s footsteps with regards to dodgy agreements with the private sector that sell off some of Malta’s most important assets"

Bishop Sylvester Magro passes away
National 09:46

Mons. Sylvester Magro OFM, Bishop of Saldae, who served as the Apostolic Vicar of Benghazi in Libya from 1997 until 2016, has died at the age of 76


Two fined for animal cruelty after court told of horror farm conditions
Court & Police 19-01

Two men have been slapped with fines in the thousands of euros for failing to treat a horse for burns and keeping animals in filthy conditions

More jail time for serial fraudster who conned wine merchant out of €3000
Court & Police 19-01

Serial fraudster Duncan Buttigieg has been jailed again after admitting to yet another scam, this time defrauding a wine importer out of some €3000

Malicious Facebook private messages about ex-girlfriend end up costing man €3,000
Court & Police 18-01

Court examined whether Facebook private messages or an SMSs could qualify as the subject of a libel case, ruling that they were

No bail for man accused of stealing from churches
Court & Police 18-01

Man accused of stealing silver crowns from atop the titular statue of St Catherine in Zejtun parish church

Court's message to get rich-quick scam victims: Get a job
Court & Police 18-01

The magistrate stressed that the law was increasingly being called upon to defend imbeciles

'No physical symptoms of distress' in Kalkara cave abductee, lawyer argues
Court & Police 18-01

Lawyer says victim's sypmtoms following the abduction were limited to sleeping trouble and anxiety, do not justify delay in taking the stand

Caruana Galizia heirs assume responsibility for libel cases against slain journalist
Court & Police 18-01

The husband of Daphne Caruana Galizia and her sons will continue 37 lawsuits in substitution of the assassinated journalist

Expectant mother, 19, faces seven charges of attempted murder in Hamrun car rampage
Court & Police 18-01

The 19-year-old woman was remanded in custody on no less than seven attempted murder charges after trying to run down a group of people in Hamrun with her car

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