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Church Environment Commission laments construction ‘madness’

Commission says St Ignatius Villa in Balluta has architectural, historical importance, should not be demolished

Over a century of commitment to the community of Valletta: APS Bank Valletta branch re-opens

The  APS Valletta branch at 17/18, Republic Street was recently refurbished and redseigned to house numerous meeting spaces and a suite of digital tools

Economy in record third quarter growth of 7.2%

The National Statistics Office reports GDP growth of 7.2%, exceeding growth predictions made by the European Commission • Growth was a national record for the third quarter of a year

IGM appeals for harsher penalties for crimes against journalists

The Institute of Maltese Journalists appealed for harsher penalties for any crimes against journalists, and more protection for journalists. Civil Society Network also said that full protection should be given to former FIAU investigator Jonathan Ferris

SMS from a cabin cruiser triggered bomb that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia

The fatal SMS was sent from a cabin cruiser that was found berthed in Marsa during Monday's raid by the police and army

Alfred Sant: EU tax transparency yes, harmonisation no

Labour MEP warns against EU tax harmonisation efforts but supports transparency legislation

Russia banned from 2018 Winter Olympics

Russia has been banned from the 2018 Winter Olympics, following an investigation into doping during the 2014 Games

Two men in court over alleged plot on Downing Street

Two men are to appear in court today to face charges of an alleged explosive plot on UK Prime Minister Theresa May

US to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital city

Donald Trump is expected to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, becoming the first country to do so since the foundation of the state in 1948

Woman seriously injured in Hal Qormi crash

Young woman involved in car crash with a bus in Triq l-Iljun

Council of Europe launches infringement proceedings against Azerbaijan over imprisonment of politician

Azerbaijan is refusing to comply with the European Court of Human Rights to release opposition politician Ilgar Mammadov from detention over alleged bribery charges

Towards an  HIV-free world

Through transparency, accountability and the power of partnership, we can accelerate progress toward reaching our goal of an HIV/AIDS free world

Why teachers still need a union

'Whatever your sector and grade, to unite and stand together for each other. You only stand to benefit'

Violence against half of our planet

Averages show that some 27% suffered some sort of physical violence whereas in Malta the number of respondents corresponds to 16%

More than just reproduction | Jesmond Vassallo

Started as a desperate bid to educate the Maltese public about the art of printmaking, the iMprint series is back for a third exhibition round. Teodor Reljic speaks to artist and exhibition co-organiser Jesmond Vassallo about iMprint iii, which showcases original prints by the likes of Marc Chagall alongside a wide variety of local and international artists

Traffic authorities still owed €15.7 million in contraventions and licence fees

Single vehicle allowed not to pay up to €5,461 in contraventions and licence renewal fees

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