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  1. Family confirms corpse found at Dingli was missing German teenager

    Updated 5.55pm with photos  Relatives have confirmed that a corpse found at Dingli Cliffs this morning was that of missing German teenager Mike Mansholt. "He's gone in some way. But in many others, he's here, he's with us. In so many ways he'll...

  2. British bathers give BHS billionaire a cheeky salute

    A group of women furious at a billionaire accused of having "systematically" plundered bankrupt department store chain BHS gave the tycoon a cheeky two-fingered salute as his superyacht berthed in Vittoriosa, the Daily Mail reported.  The women...

  3. Normandy: 84-year-old priest forced to ground before attackers slit his throat, says nun

    Updated 6.10pm An 84-year-old priest was forced to the ground before two attackers slit his throat at his church in Normandy, a nun who was in the church said. The attack near the city of Rouen, in which Father Jacques Hamel died, was claimed by...

  4. ‘Exam-heavy education system is failing’ – MUT

    Malta’s exam-heavy educational system is failing, Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) president Kevin Bonello said in reaction to a survey published last week showing that students are not being equipped with the necessary skills for working life. The...

  5. Minutes show pilots want salaries to match Etihad’s

    Air Malta pilots want their salaries to match those of the other pilots within the Etihad Group, the company that has a 49 per cent stake in Alitalia. Court documents seen by the Times of Malta show how the pitch was made by the Airline Pilots...

  6. Athletes join search for missing German teen

    Update 10.25am - Family looks to local athletes for help Some 25 athletes have volunteered to join the search for missing German extreme sports enthusiast Mike Mansholt, following an urgent appeal made by his family asking them to help them look...

  7. Watch: Msida festa as seen through Estonian eyes

    An Estonian who stumbled across the Msida festa by coincidence has turned his chance discovery into an audio-visual love letter to his newly-adopted home.  Alksandr Belugi heard fireworks last weekend and decided to see where the noise was coming...

  8. This is what Gozo's new law courts will look like

    Plans for new law courts in Gozo as part of an "extensive public plaza" in Victoria were approved today, the Planning Authority said.   The new building, which will include an underground public car park, will become "a landmark architectural...

  9. Pressure mounts to get rid of car park attendants

    Pressure is mounting on the transport authorities to scrap car park attendants following a violent incident last week. “Why do we need these so-called parkers? Most of them are useless, and everyone knows that they threaten you when you don’t pay...

  10. Central Bank has ‘cleared’ Mifsud

    The Central Bank of Malta has decided not to take any action against deputy governor Alfred Mifsud, who has been accused of corruption by his former partner. Sources said the allegations were discussed during a board meeting late last month, when...

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