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  1. Infamous Mellieha thief jailed

    The thief whose photograph made the rounds on Facebook as he was burgling a villa in Mellieha was this afternoon jailed for a year after pleaded guilty. Jason Scerri, 40, from Balzan, also admitted to being a relapser, to breaching bail conditions...

  2. Former Enemalta chairman denies misuse of public funds

    Former Enemalta chairman Alex Tranter appeared in court today charged with misappropriating public funds through the use of the corporation's credit card abroad. Mr Tranter, 51, from Swieqi, who pleaded "definitely not guilty", is charged with...

  3. Germany to ban anti-Islamist rally after Cologne clashes

    The German capital Berlin is scrambling to ban a planned rally against Islamists by neo-Nazis and self-styled soccer hooligans after rioting in Cologne in which 49 police officers were injured. The disturbances coincided with growing concern that...

  4. Maine nurse defies state Ebola quarantine, leaves home

    A nurse in Maine vowing not to be bullied by politicians and threatening to sue the state over an Ebola quarantine she calls unscientifically sound, defied the order and left her home for a bike ride today, according to television images. Kaci...

  5. Consumers of tampered smart meters charged in court, one handed suspended sentence

    Fourteen consumers were today charged in court with stealing electricity through their tampered smart meter, allegedly stealing almost €93,000 worth of electricity in total. One of the consumers, Alan Cachia, admitted to the charges brought...

  6. Liverpool boss Rodgers backs forgotten man Borini

    One man's loss is another's gain, according to Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, who could throw outcast forward Fabio Borini into the fray against Newcastle United on Saturday in the continued absence of leading striker Daniel Sturridge. Italian...

  7. Tax on rented properties reduced to 15%

    The tax charged on revenue from rented residential properties has been reduced from 35% to 15%. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna said the measure was announced in the last Budget and was being brought in now, backdated to January 1. He said the...

  8. Update 2 - Two women critical after head-on crash

    Two women were critically injured this afternoon when their cars crashed head on in Mgarr Road, Zebbiegh. The cars were a Toyota Vitz driven by a 43-year-old woman from St Paul's Bay and a Hyundai Atos driven by a 44-year-old woman from...

  9. Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    From C215's stunning street art to an anti-bullying play, via protesting Kurds, pumpkins and birds, Times of Malta presents a selection of some of the best photos taken over the past week by its team of...

  10. Updated - German expert advocates fiscal measures to discourage car use - Government considering light rail

    Updated - Government considering light rail or monorail - Improving the roads infrastructure was important, but, on its own, it would not solve the traffic problems, according to a German traffic expert. Manfred Boltze from Darmstadt University of...