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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.
Multiple bail breaches could cost man €13,600
Court & Police 13-11

Woman found in cave gave police different accounts, court told
Court & Police 13-11

Williams was forced to have sex with her husband four times during the ordeal

Ex-lawyer Patrick Spiteri is granted bail but won't leave prison any time soon
Court & Police 13-11

Disbarred laywer Patrick Spiteri, extradited to face €7.4 million fraud charge, will not be able to leave home as part of strict bail conditions but he still has to wait for other court decisions before walking out of prison

Drug overdose leads to arrest of jewellery snatching robbery suspect
Court & Police 11-11

Curtis Bakoush is accused of aggravated theft from elderly women

Tiffany Pisani flies the flag at Miss Universe pageant in Las Vegas
National 11-11

Pisani, who shot to fame after winning Britain’s Next Top Model in 2010, will be representing Malta at the Miss Universe competition, described as  “the biggest and most followed pageant in the world,” having been crowned Miss Universe Malta last August.

Flare-firing Junior College students seriously injure policewoman
Court & Police 11-11

Police said a group of unruly youths knocked over a police sergeant, after surrounding and banging on a police car outside Junior college in response to the police stopping an 18-year-old who had been lighting a flare. Police were called to the Junior College at around 1.45am after receiving complaints about excessive noise.

Money launderers' prison sentence, suspended on appeal
Court & Police 10-11

Father living off social benefits had lent his name to the transfer of two luxury cars paid for and used by his son

Polidano's €100,000 fine for environmental crime reduced by 90%
Court & Police 10-11

A €100,000 fine for cutting down at least one protected 50-year-old Bay Laurel tree in Balzan was reduced by a factor of ten on appeal, for property developer Charles Polidano

Illegal works on Patrick Dalli's Zejtun property sanctioned on appeal, court told
National 09-11

Equality Minister Helena Dalli's husband had continued with works on the property despite an enforcement order

Swatar robber cycles away with 'considerable amount' of money
Court & Police 09-11

Cash was stolen at gunpoint in the hold up, police say.

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