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Man caught with 18kg of drugs upon arrival from Sicily
Court & Police 17-08

The 54-year-old man was caught with what is believed to be 6kg of cocaine and 13kg of heroin

61-year-old man pleads guilty to defiling minor
National 17-08

Anthony Pirotta, 61, who pleaded guilty to a violent attempt on the morals of a male minor, was denied bail

UK looks to keep visa-free travel for EU citizens after Brexit
Europe 17-08

The British government plans to keep visa-free travel to the UK for EU visitors after Brexit, but would impose restrictions on their employment

Anthony Buttigieg to contest PD leadership
National 17-08

Partit Demokratiku deputy leader Anthony Buttigieg will be contesting party leadership

Busuttil: National Audit Office’s lack of resources standing in the way of its autonomy
National 17-08

The Opposition leader called for more financial resources to be granted to ‘one of the few remaining institutions that respect good governance’

Far-right vigilante boat C-Star just off Malta, claims to be heading to Cyprus
National 17-08

Defend Europe anti-humanitarian vigilante boat C-Star is sailing close to Malta, reportedly sailing back to Cyprus

[WATCH] €4 million Triton Fountain restoration nears completion
National 17-08

The installation of the Triton Fountain is expected to be completed by tomorrow, with efforts then shifting to choosing the best lighting system and water purification method

Said vows to reintroduce ‘mother’ and ‘father’ into law when in government
National 17-08

PN leadership contender says adopting generic ‘parent’ term in law came at a price for society that could easily have been avoided

Frank Portelli: ‘I regret contesting PN leadership’
National 17-08

Just over a month into the race, the outspoken doctor said he regretted his decision to run because of ‘unfair attacks’ on his family and loved ones

What would happen in a property crash? There’s a test for that
National 17-08

Central Bank experts have measured what would happen when property prices fall, dropping the value of collateral that accompanies loans, as well as a corresponding increase in defaulters – or non-performing loans

Malta ‘in the dark’ over Libya IMO communication
National 17-08

In Libya, many asylum seekers end up detained, face abuse, extortion and forced labour at the hands of armed groups, criminal gangs and smugglers, according to refugee aid agency Oxfam

Saudi King Salman orders Qatar border to open to Hajj pilgrims
World 17-08

Saudi Arabia will open its land border with Qatar to allow Hajj pilgrims to pass through, in the first step forward since the diplomatic crisis began

Spain rescues 600 people at sea in busiest day
World 17-08

Spanish coastguards have rescued nearly 600 people from 15 boats and a jet ski in the waters between Morocco and Spain

Australian far-right leader wears burqa in Senate
World 17-08

The leader of Australia's far-right One Nation party Pauline Hanson has worn a burqa on the floor of the nation's Senate

Trump Charlottesville remarks lead to disbanded business councils, talk of White House departures
World 17-08

US President Donald Trump has said he is scrapping two business councils after more bosses quit over his handling of violent clashes in Virginia, as speculation rises that some top officials may be looking for a way out

Malta has not developed the way I hoped it would when I was younger – Immanuel Mifsud
Xtra 16-08

The award-winning author and poet discussed his experience of Maltese society and how it has changed during his lifetime

Decomposing body found at sea off St Julian’s
Court & Police 16-08

The body of an unidentified male was discovered this evening, roughly one mile out

‘It’s devastating for the team’: Save the Children migrant rescue boat stuck in Malta
National 16-08

Save the Children rescue boat Vos Hestia forced to dock in Malta following threats by Libyan navy

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