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National 18:33

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
World 18:20

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
Court & Police 16:33

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

Carmen Dimech appointed MUT General Secretary
National 14:38

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
Court & Police 14:28

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
National 13:34

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
National 13:00

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
National 12:38

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
National 11:58

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

Polish President vetoes controversial judiciary reform after protests
World 11:09

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
Court & Police 10:51

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

AFM evacuates elderly woman in need of medical attention from cruise ship
National 09:18

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

17 Turkish Cumhuriyet journalists, executives face terrorism trial in Istanbul
World 08:25

Seventeen employees of a Turkish opposition newspaper are about to go on trial on charges of aiding a terrorist organisation

Israel under pressure over holy site, shooting at Israeli embassy in Amman
World 08:19

Two Jordanians have been killed and an Israeli wounded in an incident in Israel's embassy in Amman

Death toll in suspected Texas human smuggling case rises to nine
World 08:08

Police in the US state of Texas have arrested a truck driver whose vehicle was found in a Walmart car park with dozens of people in the back of it

24 dead in Kabul car bomb targeting government workers
World 08:00

The attack mainly killed employees of the Afghan ministry of mines and petroleum

[WATCH] ‘The best of times, the worst of times’ | Immanuel Mifsud
Interview 07:37

A contrived sense of false optimism, coupled with the total collapse of all forces opposing the current political/social/economic establishment, have caused author Immanuel Mifsud to ‘give up hope’ 

Man suffers grievous injuries after falling on rocks at St Thomas Bay
Court & Police 07:30

A man was grievously injured yesterday evening after he slipped and fell on the rocks at St Thomas Bay, Marsaskala

Delia plans two assistants for PN secretary-general, Council grilling for candidates
National 23-07

Adrian Delia, who is vying to succeed Simon Busuttil as Nationalist Party leader, plans to have all party candidates grilled by the General Council if he wins the 16 September election

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