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Miriam Dalli graduated in communications studies from the University of Malta in 2010 before joining the MaltaToday newsroom in June 2010. She was the first of an intake trained to work in digital journalism for She is currently assistant to the online editor, and she served as a chief reporter during the 2013 general elections. Miriam Dalli focuses mainly on parliamentary and political reporting.
‘Lone wolves’ are EU’s biggest security challenge, EU Commissioner warns
Europe 19:40

Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela urges member states to contribute to fostering development in countries of origin, step up implementation of relocation scheme

Application seeks to transform Marsalforn into a high-rise area
Townscapes 18:57

Despite a high-rise policy arguing against the introduction of tall buildings in Gozo, a planning application seeks to increase the height of apartment blocks to 12 floors

‘There is no ID card crisis at Identity Malta,’ Justice Minister insists
National 17:10

‘The ID cards system has not collapsed and no internal inquiry has been called,’ Justice Minister Owen Bonnici says

Over 19,000 families to get state-funded food
National 11:45

The government will be distributing fully state-financed food to widen the reach of families receiving food support

Updated | EU’s 60th birthday marked by calls to defend citizens’ rights, unity
Europe 25-03

Joseph Muscat at Rome Summit: ‘Let’s not go down in history as the ones who dismantled a 60-year-old project that has brought peace and prosperity’

Current data on domestic violence ‘too generic’ to provide detailed picture
National 25-03

Available data ‘too generic’ to provide a detailed picture of prevalence of domestic violence in Malta, Commissioner for Domestic Violence Joe Gerada says

OPM publishes Gozo inquiry terms of reference
National 24-03

On February 28, the Prime Minister appointed an inquiry into alleged political interference in a drug trafficking case – the terms of reference were published today

[WATCH] ‘Typical’ Maltese female worker is a professional, earns €15,700
Data & Surveys 23-03

Parents are having less children and fewer women under the age of 30 are becoming mothers

Europe at a crossroads: what will guarantee a future?
Europe 22-03

The European Commission’s new boss, Jean-Claude Juncker, has presented five possible exits he hopes will shape a major debate about the EU’s future

Sant says no to Malta joining a European defence policy
Europe 18-03

Alfred Sant argues that a Common Security and Defence Policy would reinforce the ‘superior military importance of large member states over the smaller ones’

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