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The judge pointed out that the conviction rested solely on hearsay evidence which was inadmissible in court

Adrian Delia promises free vote on ethical and moral issues

The PN leadership candidate pledges to kick start parliamentary group debate on the moral and ethic issues that should be given a free vote in parliament

Planning Authority makes U-turn, website to allow searches by location

PA re-introduces search facility enabling users to search permits by location following a MaltaToday report and public criticism

David’s final Thake-down: Online radio station shut down

Political PN radio host David Thake now fully off air as he shuts down his online radio station 

Simon Busuttil 'is being arraigned', David Casa tells EU

Head of PN delegation to the European Parliament sends open letter to the European Commission and says that Simon Busuttil ‘is being arraigned’

Man admits to attacking date for turning out to be transgender

A man has been handed a suspended sentence for slightly injuring his date after he discovered that she was in the process of transitioning from the male gender

Paris hosts Libyan rival leaders in landmark meeting

A leaked draft talks statement says that Libya’s UN-backed Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj and his main rival, General Khalifa Haftar, will commit to a ceasefire and elections “as soon as possible”.

Leukemia medication added to government formulary

The government has pledged to add all cancer medication to its formualry list by 2020 

Egrant inquiry given ‘clearance to all funds in April’

Justice Ministry denies Times of Malta front-page report in which newspaper claims Magistrate Aaron Bugeja awaits clearance to engage experts • Journalist summoned to magistrate’s courtroom

Authorities issue beach guide: do not attach towels to umbrellas

Gazebos, sunshades, tents and other such structure higher than 1 metre must be placed at the back of the beach

Trapper's closed season conviction overturned on appeal

A court's decision to fine a trapper and suspend his licence was overturned on appeal due to contradictory evidence from witnesses

Former minister Manuel Mallia to be made OHSA chairman

Labour MP Manuel Mallia will be appointed chairperson of the Occupational Health and Safety Authority 

[WATCH] Kappara flyover will open to traffic tonight

Half of the flyover of the Kappara Junction project will open to traffic from 9pm tonight

Monday blues | Calamatta Cuschieri

Global markets were little mixed on Monday ahead of a week packed with fresh corporate results as well as a Federal Reserve rate decision

[WATCH] Two arrested following violent Bugibba square brawl

The brawl saw tables, chairs and bollards being thrown at the popular Bugibba square yesterday evening

Customs seizes €26,000 in undeclared cash

Customs officials yesterday evening seized a combined €25,990 in undeclared cash from two separate passengers

Before Paceville masterplan, Portelli applies for Mercury House high-rise

The Gozitan developer Joe Portelli has formally presented a new application to redevelop the Mercury House site in Paceville, despite the masterplan for the neighbourhood having gone back to the drawing board

Meridien set to rise to 13 storeys

A proposed vertical extension of two and three storeys is being proposed on different parts of the already imposing Meridien hotel in St Julian’s, which visually dominates the Balluta Bay area

France hosts Libyan peace talks with rival leaders

The heads of the opposing sides in Libya's crisis are planning to meet in Paris for talks to find a way out of the impasse