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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.
Italy’s ‘Mani Pulite’ prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro to address Civil Society demonstration
National 23-11

Former Italian anti-corruption prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro, who brought down the entire political system in the 1990s, will address a 3 December demonstration calling for justice, organised by the Civil Society Network

Updated | Muscat calls on financial services operators to help engage critics
National 23-11

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat insists Malta should not adopt a siege mentality despite all the criticism against the country's financial services sector

Updated | PN funds to run out by end of January
National 22-11

The Nationalist Party is selling more of its clubs – including the Zejtun and Naxxar clubs – in a bid to boost finances, which will otherwise not last beyond the end of January • PN denies its finances are in a dire state • Ann Fenech reacts

Football refs give Gzira FC boss the red card
Football 17-11

Claims made by the Gzira United FC president of referees in Malta being incompetent were rebuffed  

Allure of Maltese band clubs defies culture shift
National 17-11

51.6% of the population believe band clubs are good for Maltese culture and tradition and with over 23,000 current members, they don't seem to be going anywhere

Limiting number of petrol stations could boost use of electric vehicles, expert suggests
Energy 11-11

'The government’s decision to completely remove registration tax on the importation of electric and hybrid vehicles should also help entice used car dealers to start importing affordable second-hand cars from abroad,' 

[WATCH] Paradise Papers | ‘Malta tax critics are OK with weapons sales’, says junior minister
National 09-11

Silvio Schembri hits out at EU member states who attack Malta's tax system as 'immoral' but have no problem supporting the arms industries within their own borders

Explainer | What are the ‘Paradise Papers’ and why should you care?
World 08-11

The Paradise Papers, a set of 13.4 million confidential electronic documents leaked to a German newspaper and released on 5 November is causing an uproar. Here's why

[WATCH] Caruana Galizia funeral | Archbishop: ‘Killers will never escape God’s justice’
National 03-11

Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed in a car bomb on 16 October, will be laid to rest today as the country observes a day of mourning

Foreign woman held Philippine man’s passport for extortion
National 03-11

A foreign woman married to a Maltese admitted under police interrogation to having taken the passport of a Philippine man living in Malta and had used it to blackmail him

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