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PN pledges to revise high-rise policies, abolish inheritance tax
Election 2017 23-05

PN pledges revision of high-rise policies to protect Malta's skyline in a clear rejection of skyscraper proposals 

Alfred Mifsud tendered resignation from Central Bank deputy governor post, court told
Court & Police 23-05

During testimony in a civil dispute over a Sliema apartment, Central Bank deputy governor Alfred Mifsud said he had handed in his resignation and would step down in June

[WATCH] Election Chat • How much do voters care?
Election 2017 23-05

The Nationalist Party and the Labour Party accuse the other of each having led the most corrupt government. How much is corruption a concern for voters? Labour Minister Carmelo Abela and PN spokesman Francis Zammit DImech argue their party's position.

Busuttil planning to fund proposals using EU funds that have already been allocated – Labour
Election 2017 23-05

Parliamentary Secretary for EU funds Ian Borg also pointed out that the previous administration had only used 30% of the funds available to it

Updated | Police make arrest in connection with Manchester bombing which left 22 dead, 59 injured
World 23-05

Police arrest 23-year-old man in connection with suicide attack at Manchester Arena • First victim named as 18-year-old student Georgina Callander • ISIS claims responsibility for the attack

Q&A | Generating ideas through debate | Mario Mallia
Election 2017 23-05

Mario Mallia says he was interested in social and environmental issues from a young age. Today he is seeking a platform, parliament, from where to push his ideals, generate ideas and work with others of different beliefs. On the ‘Forza Nazzjonali’ coalition he believes that the PN will gather the troops and close its ranks as the election draws closer, leaving the PD candidates (currently PN candidates) in the cold

Protection, not bicycle lanes, priority for cyclists
National 23-05

A survey by the Bicycling Advocacy Group shows that the main priority for respondents is legal protection

Prime Minister: Maltese nationals attended Manchester concert, no reports of injured so far
National 23-05

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has confirmed that none of the Maltese nationals in attendance of the Ariana Grande concert have as of yet been reported injured following the terrorist attack

[WATCH] Busuttil pledges free chemotherapy, claims Muscat 'could privatise' Mater Dei
Election 2017 23-05

Simon Busuttil: 'Muscat's warning against nationalisation of Gozo hospital means he could one day sell Mater Dei'

For Muscat, the Labour Party will always be ‘the underdog’
Election 2017 23-05

The Labour Party will always be the ‘underdog’, according to leader Joseph Muscat. Why? ‘Just read the front pages’, he replies

Ousted South Korean leader Park goes on trial
World 23-05

South Korea's former President Park Geun-hye has pleaded not guilty at her trial for corruption

Trump to meet Palestinian leader Abbas in West Bank
World 23-05

US President Donald Trump is to meet the leader of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, on the final day of his visit to the Middle East

[ANALYSIS] 2013 vs 2017: A tale of two campaigns
Election 2017 23-05

After four years of governing in prose after winning an election where he campaigned in poetry, Muscat tried the blitzkrieg gamble – a short campaign meant to devastate the opposition.  Is it paying off? James Debono asks

PN candidate denies signature fraud in NGO storm
National 23-05

Nationalist Party election candidate Ryan Mercieca has insisted that the NGO Innovative Gozo does exist and that it includes a number of members, although he refused to disclose their names

Eurozone fails to reach Greece debt deal amid IMF row
World 23-05

Eurozone finance ministers failed to agree on debt relief for Greece with the International Monetary Fund and did not release new loans to Athens, but came close enough in talks to aim for both deals at their next meeting in three weeks

Universal childcare can break circle of poverty
National 23-05

Anna Borg, director of the University of Malta’s Centre for Labour Studies, said universal childcare can mitigate social inequalities and break the circle of poverty

Anger management, suspended sentence for 2013 assault on warden
Court & Police 23-05

The court found the man guilty of assault, violently resisting a person enforcing a law, slightly injuring the warden and offending public morals

Simon Busuttil says he is against embryo freezing, euthanasia
Election 2017 22-05

The leader of the Nationalist Party said he was not willing to accept anything that ‘tampers with life’

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