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  1. Update 4, video - Man shot dead in Fgura, days after release on bail

    Jonathan Pace, owner of Tyson Butcher, was shot dead in Fgura this evening, less than two weeks after he was granted bail after being accused of attempted murder. He was shot in the back and the head at about 9.15 p.m. Mr Pace was on a first floor...

  2. Fgura murder was drive-by shooting - Police

    Senior police officers said today that yesterday's murder in Fgura was a drive-by shooting in which shots were fired from an SUV. Tyson Butcher owner Jonathan Pace was hit by five bullets and died a short time after. Between 15 and 20 shots were...

  3. Court lifts ban on priest's name in Gozo sex abuse case

    A court in Gozo has upheld an appeal by the police to lift the ban on the name of a priest accused of defiling minors. The priest, Fr Jesmond Gauci, was arraigned on Monday but the court had imposed a ban on his name and on the case. The police...

  4. Missing bag with €2,000 returned to owner

    A bag containing €2,000 in cash and a new iPad was lost on a Gozo Channel ferry but returned to its owner untouched shortly after. "There are still good people out there! There is hope!," Ina Pavlova said as she recounted her story. She said she...

  5. ‘I pulled terrified boy from the road’ - Fgura school gates still open yesterday

    The three-year-old boy who wandered out of a State summer school on Monday was found crying and alone in the middle of a busy arterial road, according to the man who plucked him out of harm’s way. Bernard Sammut, a sales representative who was on...

  6. Fined €7,800 for catching lampuki too early

    An illegal catch of €700 worth of the popular dolphin fish, or lampuki, cost a Gozitan skipper dearly as he was fined €7,800. Andrew Azzopardi, 58, of Xewkija, pleaded guilty to catching about 17 boxes of the fish before the official opening of...

  7. Prime Minister gets a cold shower

    Prime Minister took the ALS Ice Bucket challenge today, along with Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi. He then promptly nominated two editors and Mr Mizzi to take the challenge. See what went on in the video below.

  8. Is €25 the right amount of blackout compensation?

    Some 8,000 families will have €25 knocked off their electricity bill as a form of compensation after spending more than 12 hours without power during last week’s cut across Malta and Gozo. Ivan Martin went to Qormi, one of the worst affected...

  9. Ferry crewman who returned bag with cash says smile was enough of a reward

    A Gozo Channel crewman who found and returned a woman's handbag with €2,000 said the woman's smile was enough of a reward for him. Ina Pavlova forgot her bag on the ferry two days ago but the crewman found it and returned it to her untouched (See...

  10. Man describes circumstances leading to his sister's rape

    A man this morning described the circumstances which led to his sister being allegedly raped by two foreigners in Floriana. Abdiraman Abukar and Liban Mohamud, both 26 stand charged with raping the Italian woman on March 24 last year. A court had...