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  1. 'Shark' spotted off breakwater

    The police warned this afternoon that a big fish has been spotted close to the breakwater at Grand Harbour. Reader Aaron Sammut told Times of Malta that he was on his boat less than a mile off the breakwater when he spotted what he believed to be...

  2. Busuttil 'no surprise' over mass exodus of top police officers

    Updated - Opposition leader Simon Busuttil said today he was not surprised by a mass exodus of senior police officers, reported by Times of Malta. "Public trust in the force has been in freefall," Dr Busuttil said. Times Of Malta reported that...

  3. I am victim, says fake lease address owner

    The owner of a Sliema apartment being investigated by police after at least 50 foreigners submitted the address as their official residence insists she is the victim of this sham activity. “I am the victim of this fraudulent activity. I was not...

  4. Inquiry into fake lease address

    Fifty foreigners submitted the same address in Sliema as their official residence in their applications to Identity Malta. Thirty five Libyans, five Ukrainians and a number of Slovak, British, French and Chinese nationals were allegedly charged...

  5. International arrest warrant sought for Gozo jewellery thieves

    The four thieves who made off with a considerable amount of gold and silver stolen from Tresor D’Or in Palm Street, Victoria on August 26 left Malta a day later, the police said. They said they have requested an international arrest warrant for...

  6. Another Maltese national arrested off Libya

    Another Maltese national has been arrested in connection with fuel smuggling off the Libyan coast, Times of Malta is informed. The Maltese-owned tanker Santa Cruz, which is registered in Tanzania, was intercepted early yesterday morning at 4am by...

  7. Prisoner tried to assault magistrate when case went ahead despite lawyer not being present, court told

    A prisoner tried to assault a magistrate because he was angered by her decision to go ahead with proceedings in the absence of his lawyer, a court heard yesterday. “After explaining to my client that his behaviour was wrong and unjustifiable on...

  8. Updated: Maltese EU official investigated over anti-Semitic assault

    A Maltese EU official is being investigated for allegedly beating an Italian woman with a Mussolini plaque during an “anti-Semitic rant” outside the Brussels headquarters, the Times of Malta has learnt. Stefan Grech, 45, a European Commission...

  9. Half of new jobs created being taken up by foreigners

    Half of the new jobs being created are taken up by foreigners, the vast majority of whom are EU citizens, Employment Minister Evarist Bartolo said during a news conference this morning. “This is a trend which has been going on for years,” he said,...

  10. Carmelite Order is in legal war on Balluta supermarket

    The Carmelite Order is facing a two-pronged legal battle over a proposed supermarket on the grounds of its Balluta priory, court documents show. Developer John Cilia is suing the Order and demanding it honours a 50-year lease agreement signed in...

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