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National 16:52

The majority of PL Marsaskala councillors voted against a motion asking the government to give back Zonqor to the public

Teachers' Union issues fresh industrial action at MCAST
National 16:39

MUT issued a fresh list of directives to MCAST members to start as from Monday 22 January 2018 and is announcing two 2-hour strikes 

Pope Francis Accuses Bishop's Critics Of Slander, angering Chile abuse victims
World 16:18

The Pope said there was "no proof" for their claims that abuse by Father Fernando Karadima had been covered up by Bishop Juan Barros

Man seriously injured in washroom fall
Court & Police 14:21

A 70-year-old man was seriously injured when he fell from a washroom while carrying out works

No reason to revoke American University of Malta’s licence, regulator says
National 14:03

The American University of Malta will continue to be closely monitored like other institutions, the National Commission for Further and Higher Education said

Christmas sees 6% increase in Gozo Channel passengers
National 13:15

According to positive statistics from the Gozo Channel, 464,837 passengers and 141,349 cars used the ferry services during the Christmas season

Not leaving: The Maltese living in the Brexit Kingdom
National 12:39

Around 31,000 Maltese citizens live in the United Kingdom, while around 1,000 students from Malta are following courses at British universities

Two fined for animal cruelty after court told of horror farm conditions
Court & Police 12:30

Two men have been slapped with fines in the thousands of euros for failing to treat a horse for burns and keeping animals in filthy conditions

EU Commissioner dubs Malta a ‘fiscal black hole’ in latest skirmish on tax
Europe 11:59

“Some European countries are fiscal black holes,” EU commissioner Pierre Moscovici said. “Tax flows are going to countries like Ireland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Malta, Cyprus” 

More jail time for serial fraudster who conned wine merchant out of €3000
Court & Police 10:37

Serial fraudster Duncan Buttigieg has been jailed again after admitting to yet another scam, this time defrauding a wine importer out of some €3000

Baby killed and at least 17 injured as car hits pedestrians near Rio's Copacabana beach
World 09:27

The driver is suspected of having a “blackout” because of epilepsy while driving the car

Mother and daughter shot dead while immunising children from polio in Pakistan
World 08:49

The two were providing polio immunisation drops to children when two gunmen riding on a motorcycle shot them

Boris Johnson proposes 22-mile bridge across the Channel
World 08:31

The UK Foreign secretary discussed building another transport link across the Channel during a UK-France summit, saying it was “ridiculous” that two of the world’s biggest economies are linked by a single railway line

Do this, do that… but will Malta take heed of MEPs’ rule of law mission report?
National 08:29

After a fact-finding mission to Malta, MEPs made recommendations for reforms on a national level to improve the rule of law. Kurt Sansone traverses the salient recommendations and analyses their implications

New Zealand PM pregnant with first child
World 08:16

New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, will be the second elected world leader to give birth while in office, and the first to do so in almost 30 years

[WATCH] MFSA carried out over 200 on-site inspections in 2016
Xtra 18-01

Parliamentary secretary for financial services Silvio Schemrbi accused the Nationalist Party of hypocrisy given that only 37 such inspections were carried out in its final year of government in 2012

Construction site accident leaves man grievously injured
Court & Police 18-01

He was injured when a large rock fell on him

Malicious Facebook private messages about ex-girlfriend end up costing man €3,000
Court & Police 18-01

Court examined whether Facebook private messages or an SMSs could qualify as the subject of a libel case, ruling that they were

No bail for man accused of stealing from churches
Court & Police 18-01

Man accused of stealing silver crowns from atop the titular statue of St Catherine in Zejtun parish church