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Integration policy to be launched this year
National 22-02

Fieldwork ongoing on 'areas that Maltese people believe have problems caused by an influx of immigrants' 

No reported injuries as mattress catches fire
Court & Police 22-02

A mattress caught fire in a Sliema residence this afternoon, but no injuries have been reported, according to police

Premier league football team manager reveals €600 monthly salary as match fixing case begins
Court & Police 22-02

A local Premier league football team manager charged with match fixing told police that he only earned €600 a month from the role.

New lawyers warned to act ethically and respect profession
National 22-02

The law profession is ruled by strict ethical standards, Chamber of Advocates Presidents tells newly warranted lawyers

Husbands could take wives’ surnames under marriage equality Bill
National 22-02

Marriage Equality Bill could see men given the choice to take their wives' surnames upon marriage 

Shot eagle landed next to police car, court is told
Court & Police 22-02

The court hearing the case of a young hunter charged with shooting an eagle has heard how the wounded bird had flopped to the ground right in front of a police Land Rover

Conversion of school labs to vocational training labs to affect 4,000 students
National 22-02

A government project will see the conversion of laboratories in various schools in Malta and Gozo into vocational education and training labs in a bid to reduce the rate of early school leavers

Britain's top court backs government on minimum income rule for non-European spouses
World 22-02

The Supreme Court has said the Government's £18,600 income threshold that bars UK workers' foreign spouses is lawful, but judges admitted it will continue to cause 'significant hardship' for thousands of couples

Impose car quotas and make public transport free, law students propose
National 22-02

'The problem of congestion has finally reached a bottleneck and will snap is something is not done to combat it'

Bogdanovic acquitted over police shortcomings, magistrate berates media over arrest report
Court & Police 22-02

Magistrate acquits Bogdanovich of harassing and insulting wife after police fail to present copy of threatening SMS, berates media for reporting dubious release on police bail

Witnesses confirm not paying for work authorised by former minister's husband
Court & Police 22-02

Three witnesses confirm they never paid for works carried out on their properties by a contractor sent by Anthony Debono; defence emphasises role of CMU in upgrading and repairing farm access roads and boundary walls

Press charges: a new defamation Bill ignites the debate on journalism
National 22-02

But apart from removing precautionary warrants for those charged with defamation, the new Bill is also attempting to bring the online world at par with the print media, the usual defendants in libel cases

Turkey jails Kurdish Opposition leader
World 22-02

Selahattin Demirtas jailed for five months for 'denigrating the Turkish nation, the Turkish Republic and the state institutions' 

PN’s BA rep absent for eleventh-hour meeting ‘as a matter of principle’
National 22-02

Chris Scicluna, PN representative on Broadcasting Authority board, refused to attend 7am meeting during which chairperson Tanya Borg Cardona called for a surprise vote on controversial move to Valletta

[WATCH] President urges action on rising gender wage gap
National 22-02

President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca has urged the authorities to take necessary action in the wake of the growing gender wage gap in Malta

[ANALYSIS] Tangentopoli rocks Italy (and misses Malta)
National 22-02

25 years ago, ‘Bribesville’ prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro arrested socialist MP Mario Chiesa while taking a bribe. The investigations that ensued led to the collapse of the Italian socialist and Christian Democrat parties. So where was Malta’s own Tangentopoli, James Debono asks

Customs seize 66kg of chewing tobacco
Court & Police 22-02

Customs officials have seized 65.9 kilograms of snus at the express freight section

German poll shows Social Democrats still hard on heels of Merkel's conservatives
World 22-02

Germany’s centre-left Social Democrats are trailing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Tuesday, after a different survey on Sunday put the SPD ahead

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