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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.
[WATCH] Ghanian migrant's friends urged to pass on recording to police
National 24-02

Prime Minister vows that anyone coming forward with information on the recording will not face repercussions

[WATCH] Gas-fired Delimara 3 plant to commence operations in March
Energy 24-02

Minister Konrad Mizzi says the former BWSC plant in Delimara will start operating at 50% output until all eight turbines are converted to operate on gas

[WATCH] Muscat: Decision to investigate Panama Papers lies with Police Commissioner
Court & Police 24-02

Prime Minister awaiting PANA committee conclusions, says it's up to Police Commissioner to decide whether an investigation should be launched

‘Caruana Galizia told court she wanted DOI registration as web editor’, Bonnici says
Xtra 23-02

Minister: online editors and journalists have asked to have DOI recognition to take responsibility for news websites • Peppi Azzopardi agrees with criminal libel

Armed man makes off with cash from Rabat hold-up
Court & Police 23-02

Police are investigating a report of another hold-up, in which an armed and hooded man made off with a sum of money from a Rabat shop

72-year-old man accused of possessing gunpowder, explosive
Court & Police 23-02

Gharb man pleads not guilty and is placed under house arrest and ordered to pay €1,500 deposit

Minister proposes warning tickets for light contraventions
National 22-02

Owen Bonnici says drivers guilty of light contraventions would be warned, but stressed that, under new system, license points would be deducted in case of serious contraventions

Teacher’s five-year imprisonment: Minister reveals plans to remove 'draconian' law
National 22-02

Justice Minister says traffic regulations must be harsh but fair, and said government was recommending that minimum sentence be at the discretion of the judiciary

Witnesses confirm not paying for work authorised by former minister's husband
Court & Police 22-02

Three witnesses confirm they never paid for works carried out on their properties by a contractor sent by Anthony Debono; defence emphasises role of CMU in upgrading and repairing farm access roads and boundary walls

MP calls for revision of law following Dorianne Camilleri's imprisonment
National 21-02

Nationalist MP Antoine Borg says that legislation should be revised to either reduce minimum prison sentence term or increase discretion of judges to hand down suspended sentences in similar cases

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