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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.
Said rubbishes claims PN had not been informed of private member’s bill
National 02-11

PN MP Chris Said, who on Tuesday called for an inquiry by three former judges into anyone involved in allegations raised by Daphne Caruana Galizia, says the party was fully informed of bill contents

'The few chosen ones': PN MP laments Delia decisions in run-up to Saturday election
National 02-11

Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi says that he was not invited to a party activity in Tarxien, claiming it was becoming evident that there were 'a few chosen ones' contesting Saturday's election for the party's executive committee

John Dalli’s daughters to face money laundering, fraud charges
National 02-11

Former EU Commissioner John Dalli’s two daughters are to be arraigned in Court charged with money laundering, misappropriation, fraud and – in the case of the eldest daughter – breaching the financing of terrorism act

‘PA Mafia’: Construction equipment on controversial Mosta site vandalised overnight
National 02-11

Heavy equipment being used in excavation work on a controversial site in Mosta were vandalised overnight, with the cabins covered in red paint and the message: ‘Planning Authority Mafia’

Gzira United FC president: 'Some referees are completely incompetent – or worse’
Football 01-11

Sharlon Pace, president of the club, says it's time football referees in Malta are made accountable for their actions

AX Holdings showroom in Mosta approved due to site’s ‘low archeological value’
Townscapes 31-10

The Planning Authgority said the Superintendence for Cultural Heritage had determined that the site in an area known as il-Wesgha tal-Ġganti in Mosta had little archeogical value, depite experts warning that the area could yield further findings, possibly a hypogeum 

Criminologist says ‘top-tier’ underworld mastermind could be behind assassination
National 31-10

'The decision to kill Daphne Caruana Galizia was definitely not a spur of the moment impulse and was certainly not taken lightly,' says former head of the police corps' Forensic laboratory

Majority of PN MPs snub meeting on rule of law House debate
National 28-10

After having repeatedly criticised the government for not suspending scheduled parliamentary proceedings to discuss the rule of law in Malta following Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder, most PN MPs fail to turn up for a meeting to discuss strategy ahead of Monday’s debate

One small step for Malta into the space industry
Technology 27-10

The Malta Council for Science and Technology signed a collaboration agreement with the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES), the French Space Agency. President Dr Jean-Yves Le Gall, who is also chairman of the council of the European Space Agency, explains the contribution Malta could make in the space industry

Controversial Naxxar stadium plan got letter of intent during election
Townscapes 26-10

Two letters of intent for a stadium in Gharghur were issued right in the middle of the 2017 election campaign – one by the parliamentary secretariat for sports, and one by the Lands Authority

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