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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.
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

[WATCH] Joseph Muscat: 'Up to PBS to sack John Bundy'
National 02-10

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat on the Bundy controversy: 'They did not ask me for my opinion and I have therefore not said what I would have done'

Mount Carmel female patients pen letter from inside ward where they sleep on the floor
National 02-10

The conditions inside the ward were recently given prominence by Democratic Party MP Godfrey Farrugia, who requested that Commissioner for Health Charles Messina carry out an investigation

Vassallo tells Delia to dismiss kingmakers and yes-men
National 01-10

The outspoken MP said Adrian Delia would be tested every da in his role and needed 'someone like me because I have the moral fibre to stand up and not be a yes-man'

San Lawrenz mayor and Qala deputy barred from contesting ALC elections ‘to maintain status quo’
National 01-10

Labour sources confirmed that PN leader Adrian Delia and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, in their first meeting earlier this week, agreed to maintain the status quo in the Association of Local Councils

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