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Update 2 | Power cut caused by tripped interconnector transformers
National 14:44

It was shortly after 10am that several localities across the Maltese Islands experienced a power cut • Power started being restored a few minutes • Enemalta claims cause was tripped interconnector transformers

Judge slams 'blind faith' in notification practices
Court & Police 13:41

A judge has moved to nip in the bud unorthodox methods of notifying judicial acts that appear to be developing

[WATCH] EU's aim to halve road fatalities by 2020 looking hard to reach
National 13:28

Recent EU-wide road safety statistics have shown that for the second year in a row, the number of fatalities on European roads has not improved

Police find 10kg of cannabis in hotel room
Court & Police 13:20

A man has been arrested after police discovered 10kg of cannabis in his Sliema hotel room

Pharmacy salesperson convicted of stealing cash, items from employer
Court & Police 12:58

A former salesperson at a Hamrun pharmacy has been convicted of stealing cash and products from her former place of work

Police still to ‘identify’ migrant five weeks on from his suicide
National 12:42

The body of the Ghanian national who committed suicide has not yet been released by the police because his identity 'has not yet been established'

New committee to reach retirement agreement for Air Malta staff
National 09:46

A new committee seeking an agreement on retirement schemes and a new collective agreement with Air Malta unions will be formed, tourism minister Edward Zammit Lewis has announced

Church school heads split over merits, feasibility of teaching other religions
National 28-03

A call for openness towards students of the Muslim faith inside Church schools by the Archbishop has not been welcomed by everyone

Northeast Australia in grip of Cyclone Debbie
World 28-03

A powerful cyclone carrying winds of up to 280km/h has made landfall in Queensland, Australia

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny jailed after protest
World 28-03

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been fined and sentenced to 15 days in prison for resisting police orders during mass protests on Sunday

May meets Sturgeon after blocking Scotland’s second independence referendum
World 28-03

UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday held her first meeting with Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon since blocking Scotland's bid for a second independence referendum

Trump to sign order reversing Obama’s climate policies
World 28-03

US President Donald Trump will begin a sweeping roll back of the Obama administration's climate policies Tuesday, targeting rules regulating greenhouse gas emissions

JF Services facing new probe over alleged breach of employment laws
National 28-03

JF Services Ltd is allegedly underpaying some of its employees thousands of euros a year, as workers accused the company of refusing to pay for overtime according to the law and grant leave and sick-leave, while paying them less than the minimum wage

Minister's purchase of Preti painting a waste of money, Opposition MP warns
National 27-03

The €371,233 would have been better spent on fixing Gozo's roads, restoring historic buildings and investing in jobs, PN MP Chris Said says

PM plays down warnings WSC recruitment part of Mizzi vote campaign
National 27-03

Joseph Muscat says new water fitters at Water Services Corporation will replace retirees 

Malta will not join EU army, but will not block proposal
Europe 27-03

Joseph Muscat says he is skeptical about EU army proposal, adamant that Malta will not join any such army   

‘Lone wolves’ are EU’s biggest security challenge, EU Commissioner warns
Europe 27-03

Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela urges member states to contribute to fostering development in countries of origin, step up implementation of relocation scheme

[WATCH] Muscat on Manoel Island: ‘I want as little development as possible’
National 27-03

'The Gzira community is angry at plans for Manoel Island... I want it to remain a green lung' 

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