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  1. Constable Sheehan hospitalised, inquiry appointed, uproar as minister speaks in Parliament

    Police Constable Paul Sheehan, who is at the heart of controversy after firing at a car last week, was hospitalised this afternoon after an incident at his mother's house in Gzira. Eyewitnesses said the constable and his brother flew into a rage...

  2. ‘You’re killing me, stop it’, interviewer tells Ekklesia Sisters

    The Ekklesia Sisters might not have won the Malta Eurovision contest, but they are fast becoming an internet sensation after their interview with an Irish You Tube channel was uploaded. Sr Michaela had the Irish interviewer in fits of laughter...

  3. Labour MP Marlene Farrugia congratulates Busuttil after speech

    Labour MP Marlene Farrugia in a Facebook post this evening congratulated Opposition leader Simon Busuttil for his speech in reaction to the Budget. Over a picture of the Maltese flag she wrote Prosit Dr.Simon Busuttil. Is-Sewwa jirbah zgur ! Dr...

  4. Enemalta, police descend on boathouses, cut off power supply to abusers

    The police and Enemalta officials have descended on Armier and St Thomas Bay, where they are cutting off the electricity supply to rooms found to be supplying other rooms illegally. The supply was also disconnected where other abuses were...

  5. Busuttil says the prime minister has lost his moral authority - hits out at Labour MPs' pay and abuses

    Opposition leader Simon Busuttil this evening branded the Budget as a cover-up. Speaking in Parliament he said the Budget hid the government's lack of economic direction and sought to create a smoke-screen over its failures. In other points he hit...

  6. Malta-Gozo bridge would cost €4m every year to run

    A bridge between Malta and Gozo would come with a yearly price tag of €4 million to maintain and operate. This amount is over and above the €800 million (excluding taxes) needed to finance the project. Annual operation and maintenance costs are...

  7. Suspended jail term for woman who committed abortion

    A Tunisian woman, 30, was this afternoon given a suspended jail term after she admitted in court to having committed an abortion two weeks ago. Magistrate Natasha Galea Sciberras heard how Raya Sellami Zammit, who is married to a Maltese man, was...

  8. Wanted: Prime Minister

    This country is going ballistic, literally and metaphorically. The government should pull down those ridiculous billboards on the Budget and stop funding those useless public meetings because propaganda does not work anymore. It’s game over in...

  9. Police can only use gun in 'self-defence'

    Police officers cannot use firearms against people except in cases of “absolute” self defence, according to internal guidelines seen by Times of Malta. The guidelines that oblige police officers to apply non-violent means before resorting to force...

  10. Driver's arraignment further proves minister's position is untenable - PN

    PN deputy leader Beppe Fenech Adami said this afternoon the probable arraignment of the Home Affairs Minister's security driver further confirmed that the minister's position was no longer tenable. Constable Paul Sheehan is expected to be accused...