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FIAU, Police deny allegations by former investigator
National 16-07

Both issued statements rejecting claims by former FIAU official Jonathan Ferris, that reports on Keith Schembri were purposely not investigated

Swimmer dies at Mistra Bay
Court & Police 16-07

Efforts to administer first aid proved futile as the woman died before being taken to hospital

Brussels ‘messing about’ on Turkey’s bid to join EU, insists Erdogan
World 16-07

On the first anniversary of the failed military coup, the president stepped up his attack on the European Union

Police failed to follow procedure with FIAU reports claims former investigator
National 16-07

Jonathan Ferris said during an interview that the police never registered the FIAU reports into suspicions of money laundering as per standard procedure

I have not given up, but election result obliges me to step down – Busuttil
National 16-07

The PN leader said that with justice applied at the convenience of authorities, the party must continue to fight for justice in Malta

French youth suffers grievous injuries in fall
Court & Police 16-07

The incident happened at 5.00am this morning in St Julian's

Unacceptable for half the country not to be represented in parliament – Muscat
National 16-07

The Prime Minister said government intends to work with the Opposition, as well as within the Labour Party’s structures to facilitate increased female participation in politics

Medical visas investigation: Police to take action against Libyan middleman
National 16-07

Action is to be taken against Khaled Ben Nasan in relation to alleged false reports filed, including allegations of having received text messages that threatened the safety of his family

Fearne beats Scicluna to become Labour deputy leader for parliamentary affairs
National 15-07

Health Minister Chris Fearne has been elected deputy leader for parliamentary affairs of the Labour Party after beating Finance Minister Edward Scicluna

Heavily-decomposed body found at sea
Court & Police 15-07

The corpse was found some 18 nautical miles off Tigné, in Sliema

Lifeguards kept busy at Blue Lagoon as rip currents drag swimmers away
National 15-07

The Emergency Response & Rescue Corps says that over a hundred swimmers had to be rescued as rip currents dragged swimmers who were taken by surprise

Six candidates vie for Therese Comodini Cachia’s EP seat
National 15-07

The six candidates are: Francis Zammit Dimech, Ray Bugeja, Helga Ellul, Jonathan Shaw, Norman Vella and Kevin Cutajar

PL rebrands LGBTI branch, now known as ‘Equality Labour’
National 15-07

The Labour Party’s LGBTI branch is now ‘Equality Labour’ and follows the introduction of gay marriage and the party’s pledge to increase female representation

A fine for crossing the road and checking your phone? Honolulu is planning one
World 15-07

Honolulu is planning to fine pedestrians who look at their phones while crossing the road

€25,198 collected so far in Ohloq Tbissima Marathon
National 15-07

The 60-hour live broadcasting Ohloq Tbissima Marathon kicked off yesterday at noon and carries on uninterrupted till Sunday 16th July at midnight

Flight passenger stopped at MIA with 120 cartons of undeclared cigarettes
Court & Police 15-07

The tax on the undeclared cigarettes – 24,000 in all – amounts to over €5,000

Turkey marks one year since failed coup attempt
World 15-07

July 15 is a new national holiday in Turkey as President Erdogan leads events marking the defeat of coup plotters

[WATCH] Labour deputy leader race heads to a run-off between Chris Fearne and Edward Scicluna
National 14-07

Helena Dalli obtained the lowest number of votes in the three-horse race

New drink-driving campaign targets sea vessel drivers
Michelle Muscat begins charity swim
Brie and Bacon Salad
12 cases of abuse on minors reported to Church commission
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