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  • Watch: Muscat’s government ‘embarrassing all Socialists’ - MEP

    Watch: Muscat’s government ‘embarrassing all Socialists’ - MEP

    Updated 5.06pm - Added Finance Minister's views Joseph Muscat’s government was embarrassing all Socialist MEPs, Ana Gomes, vice chairwoman of the European parliament’s Panama Committee said yesterday. Ms Gomes, a Socialist MEP herself, also...

  • Rare copy of US Declaration of Independence unearthed - in England

    Rare copy of US Declaration of Independence unearthed - in England

    British and American experts are launching an investigation into how a rare copy of the US Declaration of Independence found its way to an archive in southern England. Linda So reports.

  • Politicians attacked as protesters storm Macedonian Parliament

    Politicians attacked as protesters storm Macedonian Parliament

    Chaos has swept into Macedonia's parliament as demonstrators stormed the building and attacked politicians to protest the election of a new speaker despite a months-old deadlock in efforts to form a new government. Clashes over several hours...

  • No one injured in massive fire at Ħal Far factory

    No one injured in massive fire at Ħal Far factory

    Firefighters are currently fighting what has been described as a massive fire at a recycling factory in Ħal Far. The thick black plume of smoke is visible from miles around and sources said it will probably take the firefighters until the evening...

  • PN collect €275,940 in fund-raising marathon

    PN collect €275,940 in fund-raising marathon

    €275,940 have been collected by the Nationalist Party in a fundraising marathon organised yesterday. The marathon, on the theme Għall-Pajjiż li Jixraqlek (For a country you deserve) took place throughout yesterday as people were encouraged to join...

  • Today's front pages

    Today's front pages

    The following are the top stories in national newspapers today. Times of Malta quotes the vice chairwoman of the European parliament’s Panama Committee Ana Gomes saying that Joseph Muscat’s government was embarrassing all Socialist MEPs. In...

  • Pilatus Bank chairman says no client records were touched or removed

    Pilatus Bank chairman says no client records were touched or removed

    Pilatus Bank chairman Seyed Ali Sadr speaks to Jacob Borg about his late-night luggage escapades, the bank’s compliance standards and also his relationship with the Prime Minister’s chief of staff. The image of Seyed Ali Sadr leaving his Ta’ Xbiex...

  • Announcements

    BARTOLO. On April 27, at Mater Dei Hospital, CATHERINE of San Ġwann, aged 63, passed away peacefully surrounded by her beloved family and comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She will be sadly missed by her beloved husband Paul, her treasured...

  • Malta International Fireworks Festival

    Malta International Fireworks Festival

    The 16th edition of the Malta International Fireworks Festival continues tonight in Marsaxlokk with a showcase of the best of aerial pyro-technical talent. Taking part in today’s programme are PyroItaly from Italy, Mirnovec Pirotehnika from...

  • Woman shot and four arrested during London anti-terror raid

    Woman shot and four arrested during London anti-terror raid

    A woman in her twenties has been shot by police and four people arrested during terror raids in London and Kent. The injured suspect is being held under police guard after being rushed to hospital in a serious condition following the swoop at a...

  • International Spring Orchestra Festival opens with percussion and vocal concert

    International Spring Orchestra Festival opens with percussion and vocal concert

    The 11th edition of the  International Spring Orchestra Festival is opening tomorrow with a percussion concert by Hop!Trio and the RitmiKa Perucussion Combo Band. The event will see three vibrant percussionists joined by a 50-strong percussion and...

  • World Tai Chi Day

    World Tai Chi Day

    Though originally conceived as a form of martial arts, Tai Chi is also widely practised for a variety of other reasons such as competitive wrestling in the format of push-hands exercises (tui shou), solo demonstration competitions, as well as to...

  • Comino tour

    Flimkien Għal Ambjent Aħjar is organising a tour of Comino on Sunday. Beyond the Blue Lagoon, the island has a rich and vibrant history. Despite its countless stories, few know about the people who used to live there or the history of the...

  • Malta International Music Festival comes to an end

    Malta International Music Festival comes to an end

    The Malta International Music Festival comes to a close this weekend. Tomorrow, Russian piano maestro Grigory Sokolov will give a recital at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta. He will perform Mozart’s Sonata in C Major K. 545, Fantasia...

  • Business calls for political maturity

    The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry said yesterday it had followed “with utmost concern” the recent developments taking place in the current political scenario. “As a responsible organisation, the Chamber be-lieves business...

  • No sign of terrorism in Berlin shooting incident

    A German police officer shot and wounded a man who threatened another officer with a weapon in the car park of a Berlin hospital, but the incident did not appear related to terrorism, a police spokesman said. "There are no signs whatsoever of...

  • United Airlines to give $10,000 to passengers who give up their seats

    United Airlines to give $10,000 to passengers who give up their seats

    Giving up your seat on United just got a less painful. The airline said today it will offer passengers who forfeit seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000. The carrier figures it will cost them less that a repeat of the incident where a...

  • Two court messengers under investigation

    Two court messengers under investigation

    Two court messengers are under investigation for having hidden a file containing documents on a pending criminal case. The investigation is being led by Magistrate Donatella Frendo Dimech. The reason for the messengers' action is not known, the...

  • PN approves coalition with Marlene Farrugia's Democratic Party

    PN approves coalition with Marlene Farrugia's Democratic Party

    The executive of the Nationalist Party has unanimously approved a coalition agreement with the Democratic Party, which is headed by former Labour MP Marlene Farrugia.  The Democratic Party candidates will contest the forthcoming general election...

  • PN approves five more election candidates

    PN approves five more election candidates

    Five candidates for the general election have been approved by the executive of the Nationalist Party, raising the number of candidates so far to 93. The new candidates are Ruben Teeling, Ray Bugeja, Maria Deguara, Edward Torpiano and David...

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