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  1. Parker without licence nets €7,000 a weekend

    The owner of a field close to a clubbing venue in Ta’ Qali says he is netting over €7,000 a weekend by offering parking facilities despite not having a licence to operate. The property owner-turned-parker estimates that about 3,000 vehicles...

  2. Engineer's top floor apartment needs no electricity to stay cool

    A young engineer has transformed his 1955 top-floor apartment into one that needs no electricity to cool down in summer, while its twin flat next door needs four air conditioners. As soon as you step into Stefan De Marco’s apartment, housed in a...

  3. Singer Wiz Khalifa brags about smoking a joint at the Blue Lagoon

    Singer Wiz Khalifa - currently in Malta for the Isle of MTV show - lived up to his reputation when he posted a picture of himself at the Blue Lagoon with the caption "I smoked a joint in Blue Lagoon today". It is not known if he faces police...

  4. Man stabbed with broken mirror - second man jumps two storeys onto car

    Two Somali men were injured in a dramatic incident in Birzebbuga this morning. Informed sources said the two got into an argument and one of the men, 30 was stabbed in the stomach with a broken mirror. When the police were called, the aggressor,...

  5. Malta could be UK gateway to the EU, Muscat says

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said today that Malta could in the future be a gateway of the UK to the European Union. Speaking in a One Radio interview, Dr Muscat said Malta was economically strong and prepared to face the withdrawal of the UK from...

  6. Gonzi: How the EU should react to the Brexit vote

    The UK referendum result confronts us with a new political and economic reality that we will all have to face whether we like it or not. This is a momentous decision of historical proportions and its short- and long-term impact will be enormous...

  7. Eight boys on school outing hospitalised after being taken ill on bus

    Updated - Eight schoolchildren were hospitalised this morning after being taken ill while on their school bus in Cospicua. They are due to be discharged this afternoon. They were rushed to hospital in ambulances while other children were assisted...

  8. How much did Malta spend on this year's Eurovision?

    Flight and accommodation expenses for Malta’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm amounted to what the country would usually spend on the entire competition, leaked documents show. Accommodation expenses at the Quality Hotel...

  9. Scotland could veto Brexit laws to protect its interests -Sturgeon

    Scotland's parliament would consider blocking legislation on Britain's exit from the European Union if that were necessary to protect Scottish interests, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday. Scotland, a nation of five million people,...

  10. Report shows how congestion is driving up costs for the country

    The cost of traffic congestion for the country will hit €1.28 billion per year in 2050 if no changes to transport policies are made, according to an estimate contained in the new national transport strategy. The 2050 strategy document prepared by...

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