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In Discussion

  1. It's D'oh true - Homer's on campus

    Bart and Lisa Simpson have been at primary school for 25 years, but that hasn't stopped them and the rest of the family from showing up on campus. Universities across America are using satirical references from animated TV show The Simpsons to...

  2. Agreement on employment of health care graduates reached between government, UHM

    An agreement has been reached between the government and the Union Haddiema Maghqudin on timeframes for the employment of new allied health care graduates, Parliamentary Secretary Chris Fearne tweeted this morning. The UHM said the graduates are...

  3. Glaucoma procedure performed for the first time in Malta

    An eye operation designed to control the intraocular pressure in glaucoma patients has recently been performed for the first time in Malta at Saint James Capua Hospital. Consultant ophthalmic surgeon Francis Carbonaro performed the cutting edge...

  4. Air Malta to charge economy passengers for hot snacks, beverages

    Hot snacks and beverages for Air Malta’s economy passengers will be against payment as from January 1, the airline said. In a statement this morning, Air Malta said that following an agreement with its catering supplier SkyGourmet, club class...

  5. Spain: Car assault on party HQ probed

    A man has been arrested after a car was rammed into the headquarters of Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party in Madrid. Police have cordoned off the streets around the headquarters and are searching for possible explosives. A police robot...

  6. Environment and development brief for the Marsaxlokk inner harbour area published

    An environment and development brief for the Marsaxlokk inner harbour area has been published for public consultation by the planning authority. The brief primarily pertains to the zone around Triq tal-Wilga, Xatt is-Sajjieda and parts of a...

  7. Social benefit recipients will not lose benefits when travelling abroad

    Recipients of social benefits will be able to travel abroad without losing their benefits, Social Solidarity Minister Michael Farrugia said. Addressing a press conference to launch a national policy on poverty reduction, Dr Farrugia said he was...

  8. Surgeon describes drama teacher Erin Tanti's injuries as 'superficial'

    Drama teacher Erin Tanti spent three days in the hospital's Intensive Therapy Unit to be treated for "superficial injuries", a consultant general surgeon told a court this morning, despite fractures to his ribs and lumbar vertebrae. Angela Sultana...

  9. Is the Church discriminating?

    My commentary on The Sunday Times of Malta (21/12/14) will discuss the present controversy between the Church and the Malta Union of Teachers (and to a lesser extent the General Workers' Union) about the employment criteria that should be used...

  10. Positive day for local equities

    The share index jumped 0.8 per cent to 3,268.438 points this morning as most of the active equities trended higher. Most notably, the share price of HSBC edged 1.3 per cent higher to regain the €1.90 level on low volumes of 3,812...

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