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The Planning Authority has rejected a proposal to build four-storey apartment blocks in Qawra’s coastal bungalow zone

Updated | Ray Bugeja accuses Adrian Delia of ‘self-centred politics’

Ray Bugeja, who once hoped to become leader of the Nationalist Party, claims Adrian Delia turned down election nominations because he adopts ‘self-centred politics’

Charlie Gard’s parents forced to give up legal battle

Parents end fight to take Charlie Gard to America after the 11-month-old was shown to have suffered irreversible muscular damage

Buyers of stolen iPad have sentence reduced on appeal

A man and a woman who were jailed for handling a stolen an iPad have had their sentences reduced on appeal

Updated | New Planning Authority website makes it tougher to search for applications

People used to be allowed to access all ODZ applications in a town by simply typing in that town's name • Planning Authority says planning information still accessible and more work expected in the coming weeks to upgrade its digital platform

Hot weather likely cause of Mosta valley fire

A fire that spread through Mosta's Wied tal-Isperanza on Sunday night was likely caused by the stifling hot weather

Carmen Dimech appointed MUT General Secretary

Carmen Dimech was appointed as the new general secretary of the Malta Union of Teachers

Six months is 'too long' to be denied bail, lawyer for man accused of hiding woman's body says

A defence lawyer has lashed out at the fact that her client was still in custody without bail, six months after his arrest, during which time only three sittings had been held

14 overdoses reported in seven weeks inside ‘destructive’ Corradino prisons

The Nationalist opposition has called on government to explain how the consumption of illegal substances inside the prisons has increased

Adrian Delia turned down 2013, 2017 election candidature

Adrian Delia refused to run for the last two general elections on the party’s ticket, despite being asked to do so by senior officials

[WATCH] New drink-driving campaign targets sea vessel drivers

Transport Malta has embarked upon another anti-drink-driving public awareness campaign, this time with a special focus on drivers of sea vessels

Is this selfish or what? Tents replace deckchairs and umbrellas at Armier

Some bathers had every reason to rejoice at the removal of illegally-placed deckchairs and umbrellas from Armier… it gave them an opportunity to move in with their gazebos

June sees 1,000 less people registering for work

The number of persons registering for work this June stood at 2,432 – 1,009 people less than those in the corresponding month last year

The week ahead | Calamatta Cuschieri

The UK is to hold its first talks with the US to try to sketch out the details of a potential post-Brexit trade deal, OPEC meeting on Monday, Consumer Confidence Index and Ryanair makes an offer to Alitalia

Polish President vetoes controversial judiciary reform after protests

Polish President Andrzej Duda has announced he is vetoing a controversial law to replace Supreme Court judges with government nominees

MaltaToday acquitted in criminal libel over Frans Sammut obituary

MaltaToday Managing editor, obituary writer acquitted of criminal libel in complaint filed by Frans Sammut’s wife after son Mark Sammut’s threats of legal action back in 2011

Friends of the Earth urges public to support Kalanka Bay’s public domain status

Environmental NGO Friends of the Earth has urged the public to 'save the untouched Kalanka Bay', which is up for public consultation to be designated as public domain

Smart City inked promise-of-sale on Shoreline land before MPs vote on masterplan changes

A promise-of-sale agreement between SmartCity Malta and the company Ricasoli Properties has already been signed for the sale of land to be developed into the luxury Shoreline apartments, despite changes to the Smart City masterplan not yet having been voted upon by Maltese MPs

AFM evacuates elderly woman in need of medical attention from cruise ship

The AFM dispatched a rescue vessel yesterday to transport an elderly woman who required immediate medical attention onboard a cruise ship to Malta