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  • Maintenance work in Triq Diċembru 13

    Maintenance work in Triq Diċembru 13

    Transport Malta will carry out maintenance work in Triq Diċembru 13 today and tomorrow, between 8pm and 6am. Traffic from Marsa to Valletta during these times will be diverted through the underpass tunnel in Triq Dicembru 13. During works...

  • Tourist found in frozen New Zealand bush one month after partner dies

    Tourist found in frozen New Zealand bush one month after partner dies

    A tourist whose partner fell to his death survived a harrowing month in the frozen New Zealand wilderness before being rescued, police said. The woman, from the Czech Republic, was found on Wednesday, living in a park warden's hut on the...

  • India plans surrogacy ban for foreigners and unmarried couples

    India plans surrogacy ban for foreigners and unmarried couples

    The Indian government plans to ban foreigners, single parents and gay couples from using India's surrogacy services under a proposed law intended to protect poor women from exploitation. Only infertile couples who have been married for at least...

  • Resurfacing works at Saqqajja Hill tomorrow

    Resurfacing works at Saqqajja Hill tomorrow

    Enemalta will be completing road resurfacing works at Saqqajja Hill tomorrow following repair works to the electricity network, the company said. Vehicular access to one lane, from Rabat towards Attard, will be closed between 9am and 2pm. Vehicles...

  • Church urges donations towards Italy quake victims

    Church urges donations towards Italy quake victims

    Updated at 2.50pm with appeal of Gozo Bishop Mario Grech All donations to churches in Malta this weekend will go towards the victims of the Italy earthquake. On the initiative of Archbishop Charles Scicluna, Caritas Malta, in collaboration with...

  • Traffic enforcement must be sensitive to Malta's 'limited infrastructure'

    Traffic enforcement must be sensitive to Malta's 'limited infrastructure'

    Traffic enforcement must be sensitive to the realities of Malta's limited infrastructure, according to the Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises - the GRTU. While traffic regulations must be respected to ensure citizens' safety, for people...

  • Man dies after falling at home

    Man dies after falling at home

    An elderly man who fell at his residence in Dingli last Tuesday has died, the police said. The 78-year-old man had been found by his wife in a critical state after being found unconscious on the stair landing of his home in Triq Santa...

  • Watch: Dead tuna washes ashore at Pembroke

    Watch: Dead tuna washes ashore at Pembroke

    A large dead tuna was seen floating in the sea at Pembroke this morning.  The tuna fishing season was closed but the St Paul's Bay tuna fish farms were not so far away from the Pembroke coastline. Seen something odd? Noticed something worth...

  • Far-right veteran Le Pen to field candidates against daughter's party

    Far-right veteran Le Pen to field candidates against daughter's party

    French far-right veteran Jean-Marie Le Pen said his newly-formed party would field candidates in next year's parliamentary elections, in a direct challenge to his daughter who excluded him from the National Front (FN) party he founded. He said he...

  • Tiff between cabin crew members causes flight delay

    Tiff between cabin crew members causes flight delay

    An easyJet flight from London Gatwick to Belfast was delayed by over an hour after two members of the cabin crew were removed from the plane following a row. The flight was due to take off at 2.45pm on Wednesday but was held up after what the...

  • Watch: PN condemns 'near fascist tactics'

    Watch: PN condemns 'near fascist tactics'

    Updated 1.15pm with Labour reaction The police should re-open the investigation into Neville Gafa and the alleged corruption in medical visas for Libyan patients, the Nationalist Party said. PN deputy leader Beppe Fenech Adami said the police were...

  • Developers welcome building illegalities amnesty

    Developers welcome building illegalities amnesty

    The new amnesties announced to regularise building illegalities were today welcomed by developers as the "only remedy". The new scheme, valid for two years, allows buildings (or parts of buildings) not covered by a permit to be regularised as long...

  • St Julian's new car park to open for feast

    St Julian's new car park to open for feast

    Spinola Park will start welcoming guests for the first time this weekend to ease the parking problem during this year’s much-awaited St Julian's festa. Patrons will be charged a discounted flat fee of €2 per car throughout the weekend, whichever...

  • Watch: Brexit leader Nigel Farage addresses Donald Trump rally, bashes Clinton

    Watch: Brexit leader Nigel Farage addresses Donald Trump rally, bashes Clinton

    Nigel Farage, a key figure in the successful campaign to get Britain out of the European Union, lent his support to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying Trump represented the same type of anti-establishment movement that he...

  • Pizza by drone - unmanned air delivery set to take off

    Pizza by drone - unmanned air delivery set to take off

    A New Zealand pizza chain aims to become the world's first company to offer a commercial drone delivery service, a milestone in the once-unthinkable quest to save time and money with an air-borne supply chain dispensing with people. Some of the...

  • Police, soldiers sent in to protect ancient temples damaged in Myanmar quake

    Police, soldiers sent in to protect ancient temples damaged in Myanmar quake

    Myanmar sent truckloads of soldiers and squadrons of police to protect and rebuild centuries-old Buddhist pagodas around the ancient capital of Bagan on Thursday, a day after at least 187 of the brick temples were damaged in a powerful...

  • Girl, 18, falls off roof in Mġarr

    Girl, 18, falls off roof in Mġarr

    An 18-year-old Swiss girl was seriously injured after she fell off a roof into a shaft in Mġarr early this morning, the police said.  The girl fell a height of three storeys at a residence in Triq il-Vanilja, l-Imġarr at 2.30am. Civil Protection...

  • Maltese newspaper review

    Maltese newspaper review

    These are the main stories featured in today's Maltese newspapers: The earthquake which hit central Italy dominates the front pages of all the newspapers.  Times of Malta carries a large picture of the Italy earthquake saying that a Maltese team...

  • Motorcyclist seriously injured in Mosta incident

    Motorcyclist seriously injured in Mosta incident

    A 37-year-old motorcyclist was grievously injured following a traffic accident in Mosta last night, the police said.  The incident between a Toyota Celica, driven by a 41-year old from Mosta and the victim's Piaggio motorbike took place in Triq...

  • Watch: Earth-like planet discovered, may support life

    Watch: Earth-like planet discovered, may support life

    A planet similar to Earth that may have deep oceans and harbour life has been discovered in another solar system just 4.27 light years away - close enough to be reached by future space missions. The new world, slightly more massive than Earth,...

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