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  1. Woman stabbed in her home, teenage son arrested

    A 51-year-old woman was grievously injured when she was stabbed at her residence in St Paul's Bay this morning. Drops of blood could also be seen outside. She was allegedly stabbed several times by her 16-year-old son. The incident took place at...

  2. PN publishes Vassallo loan repayment cheque

    The Nationalist Party has backed up its claims that a controversial €250,000 loan from a construction magnate was paid last year, by releasing scans of the cheque and an official notice. The Times of Malta had reported earlier this month that the...

  3. Ramon Casha, chairman of the humanist association, passes away

    Tributes are flowing in this evening for Ramon Casha, chairman of the Malta Humanist Society, civil rights campaigner and a frequent commenter on Times of Malta, who has passed away. Michael Briguglio, former chairman of Alternattiva wrote in a...

  4. Salvu Mallia withdraws from face-off

    Salvu Mallia withdrew from a public showdown with the Equality Minister’s husband Patrick Dalli yesterday after being “persuaded” to tone down his approach, this newspaper has learnt. The latest controversy surrounding the...

  5. Actor Pino Scicluna dies, aged 60

    Pino Scicluna, one of the finest Maltese actors of his generation has died, aged 60.  Mr Scicluna died in Italy where he had been receiving treatment for cancer.  His last big role on stage in Malta was playing the title role in Il Kappillan ta'...

  6. ‘Konrad Mizzi audit does not replace proper probe’

    Konrad Mizzi’s private audit into his secretive financial set-up does not replace a proper investigation, a member of the European Parliament’s Panama Papers committee has told this newspaper. Speaking after Prime Minister Joseph Muscat had...

  7. Puppies thrown away in sack - two die and one is rescued by scouts

    A days-old puppy was rescued but two died when they were thrown away in a sack in a valley near Zebbuġ this morning. The surviving pup was rescued by scouts from Stella Maris College Group who were on a hike in Wied Qirda. "We heard a whimper and...

  8. Identity Malta swamped with citizenship requests

    The government agency responsible for processing and granting of Maltese citizenship is struggling to cope as applications increased drastically over the last years, the Times of Malta is informed. Following various complaints received by this...

  9. ‘Million dollar dog’ bred here in Malta

    Some dog owners may get their best friends from a local animal shelter, but others, in the world of luxury breeds and status symbols, prefer to shop at the high end of the market – the very high end. In 2011, a Tibetan mastiff named Big Splash...

  10. Libya bans Maltese firms for ‘smuggling money’

    Three Maltese companies have been banned from doing business in Libya after their names emerged in a list of companies accused of “smuggling money” out of the country by Libya’s Audit Bureau. Equitrade Limited of Marsa, Rafak Ltd based in Sliema...

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