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  1. Parker's licence suspended pending investigations into assault

    Updated - A parker who allegedly assaulted a Briton who refused to pay a gratuity has had his licence indefinitely suspended by Transport Malta pending further investigations. The assault took place at a Qawra public car park on Saturday...

  2. Mangion Walker murder: husband told employer his wife was cheating on him, he was ready to beat her up

    The nine-year-old daughter of murder victim Eleanor Mangion Walker kept on hoping that her mother would walk through the door of their family home, a court heard today.  Eleanor Mangion Walker's lifeless body was found in a Qormi warehouse on July...

  3. Suicide bomber had pledged allegiance to Islamic State - Germany steps up security

    Updated 3.26pm - A 27-year-old Syrian man who blew himself up and injured 12 people in Germany last night had pledged allegiance to Islamic State, the Bavarian interior minister said this afternoon. The man was denied asylum in Germany a year ago.

  4. Orthopaedic surgeon ‘shocked’ by high number of car accidents

    Drivers involved in collisions should be automatically breathalysed and have their call logs checked to cut down on accidents caused by alcohol or mobile phone use, according to a surgeon dealing with the consequences. John Casaletto, an...

  5. German teenager missing in Malta

    German student Mike Mansholt, 18, is missing, the police said today. He was last seen on Friday in a hotel in Sliema. He had a blue and black mountain bike. Anyone having information was requested to phone  21 224001 or 119.   His relatives said...

  6. ‘Exam-heavy education system is failing’ – MUT

    Malta’s exam-heavy educational system is failing, Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) president Kevin Bonello said in reaction to a survey published last week showing that students are not being equipped with the necessary skills for working life. The...

  7. Teen trespassers at disused hotel destroying furnishings

    The disused Holiday Inn Hotel in Sliema is again attracting teenage trespassers who have now resorted to throwing furniture and glass from the balconies to the alarm of neighbours. Readers flagged the trespassing when spotting a group of teenagers...

  8. Magistrate embroiled in ‘political’ controversy

    A libel case has stoked legal and political controversy after a magistrate was asked to remove herself and refused, and passed what a lawyer and Nationalist MP has described as a “political comment”. The request for the magistrate to withdraw will...

  9. Updated - Two dead, 17 injured in Florida shooting

    At least two people were killed and more than a dozen others, many of them teenagers, were wounded in a shooting early today outside a Florida nightclub that was hosting a party for all age groups, authorities said. The shooting in Fort Myers took...

  10. Muscat leaving for Singapore to dispatch delayed LNG ship

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat will this week travel to Singapore to view the conversion job being carried out on the LNG storage vessel to be used at the new gas-fired power station in Delimara. Earlier this week, Dr Muscat again refused to give a...

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