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Roads authority’s expropriation of land ‘made in interest of private parties’

A civil court has reversed the government’s expropriation of land in St Paul’s Bay, declaring it as having been done to appease private interests...

A civil court has reversed the government’s...

Ghadira landowners win damages but not right to take back land

Landowners get €150,000 from European Court but expropriated Mellieha land...

Landowners get €150,000 from European Court but...

Marsaskala seabed to be reclaimed for waterpolo pitch

Over 2,300sq.m of Marsaskala’s seabed will be reclaimed for a waterpolo...

Over 2,300sq.m of Marsaskala’s seabed will be...

It’s about the money and political will: Malta’s financial crime-busters

The government will be setting up a financial crime busting agency next year but with the criticism Malta has been receiving over its lax attitude towards...

The government will be setting up a financial crime busting...

Man arrested in Xghajra for aggravated cannabis possession

9kg of cannabis in plastic packets were found in the suspect's car

9kg of cannabis in plastic packets were found in the...

Special police unit to monitor online hate speech

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia said that the police were...

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia said that the...

Climate change emergency needs concrete action not empty rhetoric, Miriam Dalli says

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli says climate change action requires money to be invested in the transition to ensure social justice

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli says climate change action requires...

Malta shows greatest decline in belief that government should aid poor countries

Eurobarometer survey shows that 48% of Maltese citizens believe that the national government should aid foreign countries

Eurobarometer survey shows that 48% of Maltese citizens...

Mintoff's police driver warns Commissioner not to overlook him for long service award

A police constable who was formerly the official driver and security officer of the late Prime Minister Dom Mintoff has filed court action after being informed...

A police constable who was formerly the official driver and...

Security at migrant open centres to improve after GWU and government meet

In the wake of Sunday’s riot at the Hal Far open centre, the Home Affairs Ministry and the General Workers’ Union agree on better security...

In the wake of Sunday’s riot at the Hal Far open...

Man cleared of bigamy after first marriage was later declared null

A man from Rabat has been cleared of the crime of bigamy after a court heard...

A man from Rabat has been cleared of the crime of bigamy...

Astronomical observatory planned for Nadur

Government and University of Malta to invest €160,000 in telescope that...

Government and University of Malta to invest €160,000...

Harsher punishment sought by Attorney General for Saqqajja shooting case turned down

Former policeman Carmel Cutajar had been jailed for seven-and-a-half years and fined €6,500 after having been found guilty...

Former policeman Carmel Cutajar had been jailed for...

39 people found dead in lorry container in Essex

38 adults and one teenager were found dead in a container in Essex

38 adults and one teenager were found dead in a container...

[ANALYSIS] Adrian Delia’s budget speech: Hard hitting but predictable

Adrian Delia’s budget speech was no game changer as this word by word analysis reveals

Adrian Delia’s budget speech was no game changer as...

Ships will have to use low sulphur fuel, international body rules

The International Maritime Organisation has confirmed its decision to impose...

The International Maritime Organisation has confirmed its...

More Hal Far rioters in court

27 men from Sudan, Chad, Somalia, Eritrea and the Ivory Coast have appeared in court this morning in conjunction with Sunday’s riot at the Hal Far open...

27 men from Sudan, Chad, Somalia, Eritrea and the Ivory...

Supermarket employees accused of stealing €7,000 worth of stock

Three supermarket employees have been charged with stealing over €7,000...

Three supermarket employees have been charged with stealing...