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Tim Diacono is a journalist at MaltaToday
[WATCH] MediaLink’s right to commercial privacy must be respected, Busuttil insists
National 16:02

Simon Busuttil refuses to weigh in on MediaLink's business dealings, says PN's media arm has a right to commercial privacy

[WATCH] First 20 public service apps launched
Technology 15:17

Public service can be accessed by downloading Maltapps from Android or Apple smartphones

Simon Busuttil calls for debate on EU common army
National 24-03

'If Malta applied to join the EU now, it would be rejected over corruption' - Simon Busuttil 

[WATCH] MTA chairman to run as Labour candidate, sees no conflict with position
National 23-03

Malta Tourism Authority chairman Gavin Gulia confirms he will have another crack at general election, but sees no conflict addressing political conference as head of tourism regulator

[WATCH] One dead, another hospitalised from toxic fumes in Msida
Court & Police 23-03

One man is dead, another in critical condition following exposure to toxic fumes

Tonio Borg in PN’s independent party financing commission
National 21-03

The PN has pledged to include all the commission's proposals on political financing in its electoral manifesto 

[WATCH] Trapper caught red-handed threatens hiking group in Gozo
Environment 21-03

BirdLife footage shows trapper threatening to hurl a stone at a group of hikers who had stumbled upon his illegal trapping site in Munxar 

Inewsmalta in major blunder over ‘St Julian’s sex' story
Entertainment 21-03

Whoops! Inewsmalta recycles voyeuristic story from the Mirror and claims sex act had taken place in St Julian's 

Parliamentary secretary denies links with Gozo drug trafficking case
National 21-03

Beppe Fenech Adami has suggested that Justyne Caruana is being set up to take the fall over a case involving political interference into a drug trafficking investigation

[WATCH] Malta makes pitch for European Medicines Agency post-Brexit
National 20-03

Malta will hope its small pharmaceutical industry, use of English as an official language and warm weather will help woo the EMA from London after Brexit

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