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  1. Motorists blame fireworks for damage to paintwork

    Motorists were left counting the costs of a fireworks display after their vehicles were showered with fine specks of black dust, which in some cases caused permanent damage to the paintwork. The incident happened on the night of July 25, when...

  2. Scrapyard catches fire, cameramen attacked

    Civil Protection officers battled a large fire which took over a scrapyard near Ghar Dalam for five hours yesterday, before it was put out. Five CPD officers had to receive medical treatment at Mater Dei Hospital because of heat exhaustion and...

  3. Anastacia arrives for Joseph Calleja concert

    American singing sensation Anastacia arrived in Malta early this morning for tonight’s Joseph Calleja concert at Luxol Grounds in St Andrews. The 46-year-old power vocalist, best known for her versions of I’m Outta Love, Paid My Dues and Left...

  4. Fined €20 for masturbating in public

    A Somali man was today fined €20 after admitting to committing immoral and indecent acts in public when he was caught masturbating in front of the British High Commission in Ta' Xbiex. Yasin Hassan, 35, was caught in the act after residents called...

  5. Woman hospitalised after Coast Road crash

    A 29-year-old woman from St Julian's was lucky to have only suffered slight injuries in a head-on crash in the Coast Road this morning at 10.30am. For her car was extensively damaged and Civil Protection Department personnel had to cut through the...

  6. Maid makes clean sweep of jewellery

    A maid who helped herself to jewellery while cleaning various residences in Msida and Sliema has been handed a lifeline by a magistrate who instead of jailing her, gave her the opportunity to reform.  The woman, whose name cannot be published by...

  7. Update 2: Simon Busuttil files libel suits against GWU newspapers, Labour Party media

    (Adds PL's, PN's statements) Opposition leader Simon Busuttil has filed libel suits against It-Torca, l-Orizzont, One television and One Radio. He said that articles in the GWU newspapers and features on the Labour party's television and radio...

  8. Islands idea left floating

    The plan to place two floating islands in the water off Marsalforn and Marsascala this summer has been abandoned because there was hardly any interest shown from businesses in taking up the project, the Times of Malta is informed. The idea was...

  9. Crackdown coming on illegal restaurants

    At least 10 new illegal restaurants have been identified by the tourism authority in recent weeks as the government readies for a crackdown, The Sunday Times of Malta has learnt. The Malta Tourism Authority has conducted some 200 inspections on...

  10. Hal Far wedding hall owner cleared of electricity theft

    The owner of a wedding hall in Hal Far has been acquitted of electricity theft when he ended up charged with tampering with the electricity meter.  Pierre Peter Abela, 55, from Attard, was cleared after the court heard how Enemalta technicians...

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