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Tim Diacono is a journalist at MaltaToday
Harsh drink-driving laws could mean cheaper taxis, more night buses
National 14:48

eCabs boss says higher demand will lead to cheaper taxi fares, Malta Public Transport planning extended night bus service

EU regulation over local banks ‘has become too stifling’
Business News 16-01

The EU's regulation over local banks has gone overboard and is stifling growth, 

Retail sentiment shoots up but industrial, consumer confidence dips
Business News 14-01

Public sentiment in retail sector shoots up but consumer and industrial confidence dips slightly, according to Central Bank report

Magistrate Saviour Demicoli passes away, aged 60
National 14-01

Saviour Demicoli had been working as magistrate in the Maltese courts since 1994 

Driver loses control of car, crashes into traffic barrier
Court & Police 14-01

27-year-old driver loses control of his car and crashes into a traffic barrier in Triq Burmarrad

[WATCH] Salvu Mallia lambasts ‘ignorance’ of public at one-man Castille protest
National 14-01

‘There is too much ignorance and indifference in Malta' ...Salvu Mallia gets into argument with PL supporters during solo Castille protest

New guidelines to ‘boost professionalism’ of Malta’s film industry
Film 14-01

Registers to be set up for film industry employees, more tax rebates planned for foreign film productions 

Cash stolen, employee assaulted during gaming outlet hold-up
Court & Police 14-01

Two hooded robbers rob a Zabbar gaming outlet, assault its employee and make off with the cash

PN pledges cycling, jogging tracks for Ta’ Qali
National 13-01

PN pledges to install walking/jogging track and a cycling track at Ta' Qali in an attempt to foster a 'sports culture' in Malta 

Stop posting sexually explicit photos on Facebook, parents urged
Technology 13-01

Parents who post Facebook pictures of themselves and their children in revealing outfits 'setting a bad example' 

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