Transport Malta official arrested over sexual harassment claims
Police appear to have arrested a Transport Malta official over sexual harassment allegations flagged by independent candidate Arnold Cassola
Two gaming company employees denied bail on drug smuggling charges
The two denied charges of importing 3kg of cannabis using a mail courier
El Hiblu captain approached the accused, court told as controversial hijack case continues

It was the captain of the oil tanker El Hiblu who had approached the three men accused of hijacking it, one of the rescued men has told a magistrate

It was the captain of the oil tanker El Hiblu who had...

Man admits to biting police officer at Mater Dei Hospital

A 53-year-old man from Marsascala was handed a suspended sentence and ordered...

A 53-year-old man from Marsascala was handed a suspended...

Judge rejects Melvin Theuma request to include State in case for damages

The case for damages had initially been filed against Yorgen Fenech, but extended to include Theuma, Vincent Muscat il-Kohhu, George and Alfred...

The case for damages had initially been filed against...

HSBC heist: Criminal Court must decide on admissibility of Daren Debono evidence, magistrate says

Defence’s request for witnesses on admissibility of Daren Debono’s evidence sent back to Criminal Court

Defence’s request for witnesses on admissibility of...

Case over 2018 wall collapse at Cittadella must be retried, court rules

Works on an 18th century house lead to a collapse of parapet wall and counterscarp at the historical Cittadella fortifications

Works on an 18th century house lead to a collapse...

State ordered to compensate couple over 'uncomplicated' case decided after nearly 20 years

The couple is awarded €3,000 in damages from the State for unjustified delays 

The couple is awarded €3,000 in damages from the...

C-Planet indicated Untours as source of leaked voter database, Data Protection Commissioner testifies

Information and Data Protection Commissioner says no investigation into the Labour Party as the possible origin of database on voters had been...

Information and Data Protection Commissioner says no...

EU Court throws out Pilatus Bank's challenge to ECB licence withdrawal

Pilatus Bank plc and Pilatus Holding Ltd. make 11 pleas in court challenging 2018 ECB licence withdrawal 

Pilatus Bank plc and Pilatus Holding Ltd. make 11 pleas in...

Former soup kitchen employee admits to attacking founder after falling-out

The employee has been handed a restraining order and placed on probation

The employee has been handed a restraining order...

No chance of amicable settlement in Rosianne Cutajar libel case, court told

Labour MP Rosianne Cuatajar sued former National Book Council chairman Mark Camilleri over claims made in book and on social media

Labour MP Rosianne Cuatajar sued former...

Man, 26, has conviction for sexual abuse of 8-year-old autistic girl overturned on appeal

Court of Criminal Appeal frees man after finding insufficient evidence to convict him of sexually abusing an autistic girl

Court of Criminal Appeal frees man after...

Storing seized drugs in court is illegal, lawyers claim, citing 2002 legal notice

Lawyers of a bouncer facing serious drug charges, call for the case to be dropped on the basis of a legal notice which says only...

Lawyers of a bouncer facing serious drug charges, call for...

Conditional discharge for laptop thief

Man admits to stealing a laptop from an electronics store in Valletta

Man admits to stealing a laptop from an electronics store...

Cachia Caruana wins ‘cocaine party’ libel against One News

Labour MP Joe Mizzi had claimed on One TV that Richard Cachia Caruana put...

Labour MP Joe Mizzi had claimed on One TV that Richard...

Cannabis traffickers' sentences reduced after appeals court notes assistance to police

Two men who had been jailed in 2012 for trafficking over half a kilogram of cannabis have had their sentences reduced on appeal

Two men who had been jailed in 2012 for trafficking over...

Cocaine trafficker jailed for 13 years, fined €30,000 after jury finds him guilty

A cocaine trafficker has been jailed for 13 years and fined €30,000 after being convicted by a jury, over 12 years after his initial arrest

A cocaine trafficker has been jailed for 13 years and fined...

Miriam Pace neighbours in call for damages from developers, contractors and architects

Owners of three properties near the construction site start court proceedings of their own against the developers

Owners of three properties near the construction site start...

Man acquitted over Kirkop car park assault that smashed man's eye socket

Victim says that before the assault he received threats from the accused, telling him to keep away from his girlfriend

Victim says that before the assault he received...