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  1. Muscat charts the way ahead in Labour's Workers' Day mass meeting

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat spoke on the government's way ahead in the next two years as he spoke at a Labour Party mass meeting on Castille Square this afternoon. Addressing thousands of supporters who packed the square, Dr Muscat said Labour...

  2. Godfrey Farrugia says he will not go to Labour manifestation

    Government whip and former health minister Godfrey Farrugia said he has no intention to go to the Labour Party manifestation in what appears to be a rift with the party. In a message on Facebook, Dr Farrugia said he intends staying home because he...

  3. Liam Gallagher joins Maltese fans to sing Wonderwall

    It was the song that defined a generation and the few lucky ones who happened to be at a Valletta pub early this morning ended up singer an impromptu version with the original performer himself.  At 3am, patrons at The Pub in Valletta belted the...

  4. Police drove Busuttil's car for 520km to test its consumption - 12 years after EU accession Malta still seeing Muscat's errors of judgement - Busuttil

    The 12th anniversary of Malta's accession to the EU today was a reminder of Joseph Muscat's most serious error of judgement, and it also showed how he was continuing to make such errors even today, Opposition leader Simon Busuttil said this...

  5. Building to be pulled down to make way for Kappara project

    A building will be demolished on Monday to make way for the widening of the road leading towards Kappara junction, Transport Malta said. The building in Triq il-Madonna tal-Ġebla, Gżira will be demolished between 9.30am and 1pm.   The demolition...

  6. Most government MPs want Konrad Mizzi to go

    The “majority” of Labour MPs still want Konrad Mizzi to resign, according to members of the parliamentary group. Government MPs who spoke on condition of anonymity told The Sunday Times of Malta that the majority of them feel the Cabinet reshuffle...

  7. Bronze Age structures found at excavation site in Qormi

    Civilisations dating to the Bronze Age have left their mark on a site in Qormi which is being excavated and could be turned into a retirement complex and sports facilities. The site, in the area known as Tal-Istabal off the Marsa park-and-ride...

  8. Walk on Water? Ira leaves for Stockholm with feet on the ground as expectations soar

    Ira Losco departed for Stockholm this morning as she prepares to represent Malta in this year’s edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. The singer, who previously obtained the country’s joint-best result in the competition, sets off with the...

  9. Woman gets 100 years in prison for cutting baby from stranger's womb

    Updated 8.40pm with court video A US judge sentenced a woman who cut a baby from a stranger's womb to 100 years in prison, including the maximum penalties for attempted murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy. Judge Maria Berkenkotter said...

  10. New gas power plant to miss another deadline as LNG tanker conversion is delayed

    The new LNG power plant in Delimara being built by Electrogas has hit another snag and will not  be up and running by June as originally announced by the government. Sources close to the project confirmed the main reason for missing the second...

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