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Paul Cocks joined MaltaToday after having spent years working in newspapers with The Times, and later The People, as well as in the print industry.
No fixed-point police security at Caruana Galizia home since 2010
National 18-10

MaltaToday has learned that the last fixed-point police security at the slain journalists' home was terminated on 3 October, 2010

Dutch police assisting in Caruana Galizia murder investigation, FBI in Malta on Thursday
National 17-10

Dutch forensic team already in Malta awaiting arrival of American FBI, after the Maltese government requested their assistance in the investigation into the car bomb that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia

[WATCH] Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia murdered in Bidnija car bomb
National 17-10

Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has been killed in a powerful car bomb in Bidnija near her family home * PM Joseph Muscat describes it as a 'black day for freedom of expression' • Police say Mosta police station did not receive reports of death threats by victim or her family in the past two weeks

The 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Treat for automobile aficionados
Business News 16-10

Treat your eyes with the world’s most technologically advanced automobile manufactures at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017

Armed burglars escape with loot from Sliema residence, leaving owner tied up
Court & Police 14-10

Two armed and hooded men erupted into the Sliema residence on Saturday morning, tied the owner up and made away with cash and other valuables

What property bubble? Economist snubs reports of industry’s pending collapse
Property 12-10

Economist Gordon Cordina says Malta does not have a property bubble and land demand could grow by 1.5 million sq.m in the next 15 years

[WATCH] Soft drinks price to go up as part of waste-return incentive, Muscat reveals
National 08-10

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says price of soft drinks in plastic bottles will go up in a bid to incentivise return of plastic bottles¨• 70% of budget measures derived from Labour Party election manifesto

20 hours later, Delia tweets apology for arriving late for swearing-in ceremony
National 07-10

Adrian Delia kept the President of Malta, the Attorney General and other dignitaries waiting for more than an hour for his swearing-in ceremony as leader of the Opposition

Refusing seat on committee, opposition lays down rules for waste management plan
National 07-10

The opposition reiterates its call for a transparent debate on the government’s plans for a new waste-to-energy processing plant

[WATCH] Hold-up at Tigné leaves two injured as robbers flee with jewellery
Court & Police 05-10

A hold-up at a Tigné jewellery store has left at least one senior security officer injured after being hit in the head with the butt of a shotgun • The men wore masks and wigs and were armed with a shotgun, batons and axes

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