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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.
Marriage Equality Bill ‘not just a change in title’
National 10:50

The government is moving to amend the 1975 Marriage Act, allowing gay couple to marry

The race is on: Helena Dalli, Edward Scicluna and Chris Fearne submit nominations
National 22-06

The three ministers have submitted their nominations for the election of deputy leader of the Labour Party, who will also serve as deputy prime minister

PN MPs roles assigned • PD’s decision to be discussed on Friday
National 22-06

PN parliamentary group assigns roles in shadow cabinet • PN MPs to discuss on Friday decision that would see Marlene Farrugia and Godfrey Farrugia joining their parliamentary group

Pornography essay that almost cost author his Malta house set to be published as a book
Books 20-06

‘A Clockwork Orange’ author Anthony Burgess had relocated to Malta in the late ‘60s: he had given a lecture about pornography that upset the Maltese Church to the point that authorities had seized his house

Roam like at home… but at what cost?
Technology 19-06

Whilst EU leaders moved quickly to herald the coming into force of the new rules as 'a true European success story', tech experts warned consumers to remain on the look-out for loopholes

Planning board reconsidering Ghar Gherduf development, internal investigation launched
Townscapes 17-06

A deeper analysis of a permit granted to developers revealed discrepancies in information held by the Planning Authority • Internal inquiry and audit to be launched

Anglu Farrugia set to be reconfirmed as Speaker of the House
National 17-06

Informed sources confirm that the Labour parliamentary group will once again nominate Anglu Farrugia to serve as Speaker of the House of Representatives

Breeders, pet owners urged against taking unvaccinated rabbits to l-Imnarja
Health 16-06

Local rabbit breeders and pet owners urged to protect their stock from an uncommonly strong strain of the Viral Hemorrhagic Disease – a virus that only infects rabbits

MUMN calls for full investigation after nurse goes four weeks without salary
National 14-06

The Malta Union of Midwives and Nurses is calling for a full investigation after a nurse went four weeks without a salary

Robert Arrigo forced to vacate 10th district seat despite objections
Election 2017 14-06

The decision by the PN executive council to vacate the seat won by Robert Arrigo on the 10th district must have been part of the party’s ‘strategy’, the MP claimed, especially since he had asked to concede the seat won on the ninth district

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