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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.
Angry father assaulted teacher for calling son 'short', court told
Court & Police 15-11

The father of a student at the Cospicua secondary school was given a suspended sentence after admitting threatening and assaulting his son's teacher last Monday

Man repatriated for transferring passport as loan security
Court & Police 15-11

48-year-old Eduardo Aquino Dumalag, from the Philippines, was accused of transferring his passport to a third person, a court hears

Taxman claim for €759,000 in unpaid VAT  from bankrupt PriceClub fails
Business News 15-11

An objection made by former director of PriceClub was upheld by a judge, to a €759,000 VAT bill

Gozo hoteliers held onto manager’s pay over ‘lack of apology’
Court & Police 14-11

Court orders two Gozo hotel directors to pay sales manager over €3,000 in wages and bonuses which they held onto until the man apologises for causing a family offence

Court calls for better protection of journalists as sports correspondent's alleged attacker charged with stalking
Court & Police 14-11

A protection order in favour of a sports reporter was imposed as the court maintained that it was 'pointless' to hold days of mourning if one of them is killed, if protection was not provided to all journalists in the first place

Woman cleared of selling counterfeit cigarettes after confession ruled inadmissible
Court & Police 14-11

The court noted the remaining evidence could still be submitted but without a proven connection between the accused and the cigarettes, there was nothing tying her to the crime

Father's bid to visit son falls foul of the law
Court & Police 14-11

Albanian father, Turi Leka, was handed a suspended sentence after being found using a tampered residence permit in a bid to visit his son

Couple sue HSBC over ‘misleading’ investments in SNS Bank
Court & Police 14-11

HSBC Bank Malta is being sued for supplying a couple with misleading information, resulting in a 'massive loss' of capital and interest 

Bank to seize Bahrija farmland from controversial landowners
Court & Police 14-11

Norman Zammit, alongside other shareholders, were involved in a legal tussle over land in the Qortin area of Bahrija

Chinese masseuse tells court of inhuman work and living conditions
Court & Police 13-11

The woman worked 12 hours daily, ate only bread and slept on a small sofa in the Hamrun massage parlour where she worked • She denies being forced to offer sexual favours

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