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  • Air Malta unions, pilots, don't know if Alitalia talks have been ditched

    Air Malta unions, pilots, don't know if Alitalia talks have been ditched

    Air Malta workers remain in the dark over their future despite persistent reports that the government has ditched a proposed deal with Alitalia. General Workers’ Union general secretary Josef Bugeja said the union had not been informed of any...

  • The Caritas Christmas lunch: ‘People turned up for the company, not the food’

    The Caritas Christmas lunch: ‘People turned up for the company, not the food’

    Solitude has been added to the list of scourges that Caritas Malta combats, following an increase in the number of lonely people hosted at its Christmas lunch. The idea behind the lunch was born in 2015, after a homeless drug user who dropped in...

  • Driver seriously injured as car crashes into pole

    Driver seriously injured as car crashes into pole

    A 22-year-old man from Zurrieq was seriously injured late yesterday his car crashed into an electricity pole on the Tal-Barrani Road, Tarxien. The victim was driving a BMW 316 at 9.55pm when the incident happened. The police are looking into the...

  • Rush to beat the cold snap keeping firefighters busy

    Rush to beat the cold snap keeping firefighters busy

    The cold snap that washed over the islands may have had people rushing to switch on their heaters, but it also kept the Civil Protection Department busy extinguishing house fires. On Saturday evening, firefighters had to rush to E.B. Vella Street...

  • Is Mizzi’s Panama company still open?

    Is Mizzi’s Panama company still open?

    Minister Without Portfolio Konrad Mizzi has refused to reply to questionsasking if his Panama company has been closed. Last February, Dr Mizzi had said he would close the company after the Inland Revenue Commissioner carried out a tax audit. This...

  • Malta newspapers review

    Malta newspapers review

    The following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers today. Times of Malta reports that Air Malta workers remain in the dark over their future despite persistent reports that the government has ditched a proposed deal with Alitalia. The Malta...

  • Police took, then returned, Florida shooting suspect's gun

    Police took, then returned, Florida shooting suspect's gun

    Federal agents in Alaska say they took a handgun from Florida airport shooter Esteban Santiago in November after he told them his mind was being controlled by U.S. intelligence agents, but returned it to him last month after medical tests found he...

  • Announcements

    BALDACCHINO. With regret we announce the death of LOUIS of Msida, who passed away on January 6, aged 67. Funeral Mass præsente cadavere will be said tomorrow, Tuesday, January 10 at 2pm at Ta’ Xbiex parish church, followed by interment in the...

  • Concert of Gallic music

    Concert of Gallic music

    A concert of Gallic music for cello and piano is taking place tomorrow in Valletta. Starring French cellist Sébastien Hurtaud and Italian pianist Bruno Canino, the programme includes works for cello and piano by Debussy, Saint Saëns, Chopin, Fauré...

  • WIPSS 20th anniversary series

    The Work in Progress Seminar Series returns tomorrow with a talk on manufacturing firms in Malta analysed through economic sociology. The second half of the 20th century saw Malta transitioning from a colony dependent on its colonial power to a...

  • Talk on Victor Pasmore

    Talk on Victor Pasmore

    Conrad Thake will take a look at Victor Pasmore from the point of view of architecture in a lecture being delivered tomorrow in Valletta. Thake will explore Pasmore’s earlier experimentation with abstraction and representations of the dynamics of...

  • Watch: Labour HQ: built by hand, brought down by Hymac

    Watch: Labour HQ: built by hand, brought down by Hymac

    Joe Micallef Stafrace was then a young lawyer working for the Labour Party’s newspaper Is-Sebħ when the party’s first purposely built headquarters was being constructed. He smiles as he reminisces on the nondescript building in Marsa known as...

  • Former Iranian President Rafsanjani dies of heart attack

    Former Iranian President Rafsanjani dies of heart attack

    Former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani has died aged 82. Iranian state media said that Mr Rafsanjani was taken to hospital because of a heart condition. Mr Rafsanjani, who served as president from 1989 to 1997, was a leading politician...

  • Elderly man dragged by horse, seriously injured

    Elderly man dragged by horse, seriously injured

    An 81-year-old man is in serious condition after he fell off his horse and was dragged in his field in Mosta this afternoon. The police said the incident took place at about 2.15pm in the area known as Iż-Żokrija,.  

  • Bjorn Formosa faces two medical interventions, but cause keeps him going

    Bjorn Formosa faces two medical interventions, but cause keeps him going

    Even as he prepares for two medical interventions, one of which may rob him of his voice, Bjorn Formosa is intensifying his efforts to raise funds for ALS sufferers like himself, whose expenses run into thousands of euros. When people are...

  • Heavy snow and icy weather grip parts of Europe

    Heavy snow and icy weather grip parts of Europe

    Heavy snowfall and below-freezing temperatures have continued to sweep the European continent, causing more than a dozen deaths, grounding planes and crippling ferries in Italy and Turkey. At least 10 people have died in the cold that has gripped...

  • Zaren Vassallo denies discussing Qormi land transfer with Jason Azzopardi

    Zaren Vassallo denies discussing Qormi land transfer with Jason Azzopardi

    Nazzareno Vassallo, chairman of the Vassallo Builders Group, has denied ever having discussed the transfer of government property in Qormi with Jason Azzopardi, the former minister of lands. Mr Vassallo issued a statement after Justice Minister...

  • Two hurt in Mellieħa bypass crash

    Two hurt in Mellieħa bypass crash

    A woman aged 79 and a man aged 38 were injured this afternoon in a collision between their car and a pick-up carrying bricks. The crash took place shortly after 3 pm, forcing the authorities to close the road for some time. Ambulance crews and...

  • Man wins €18K payout over displaced glue

    Man wins €18K payout over displaced glue

    A security officer once accused of moving a tube of expensive glue without permission – and sacked from De La Rue as a result – has been awarded €18,000 in compensation. Publius Davison was 57 years old when he was sacked by De La Rue Currency and...

  • Four dead as truck slams into crowd in Jerusalem

    Four dead as truck slams into crowd in Jerusalem

    A truck driven by a Palestinian rammed into pedestrians on a popular promenade in Jerusalem killing four people, according to Israeli police who called it a deliberate attack. "It is a terrorist attack, a ramming attack," a police spokeswoman...

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