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Sarah Carabott

  • Helena Dalli’s ministry spends €410,438 in advertising

    Helena Dalli’s ministry spends €410,438 in advertising

    More than three-fourths of the money forked out for advertising by the Ministry for Social Dialogue in the first half of this year was spent on promotion for the Malta EU presidency. According to figures tabled in Parliament last week, entities...

  • Breathalysers to be distributed to seafarers

    Breathalysers to be distributed to seafarers

    Disposable breathalysers will now be distributed to seafarers in a bid to reduce excessive drinking while at sea, where the alcohol limit is similar to that on the road. Speaking at a press conference this morning, Malta Road Safety Council...

  • Back on his feet after 12 years of being bedbound

    Back on his feet after 12 years of being bedbound

    A horrible accident took away Jesmond Casha’S mobility and dignity, leaving him bedbound for 12 years. Sarah Carabott met the resilient man at his workplace after he managed to get back on his feet – literally and metaphorically. Nearly four...

  • Chiswick School wants ‘equitable solution’ to Pembroke development plans

    Chiswick School wants ‘equitable solution’ to Pembroke development plans

    Chiswick House School is looking for an “equitable solution” to its proposed development on unbuilt land in Pembroke – a project that has been lambasted by local residents. The proposed project would see the construction of a primary school with...

  • Man charged for breaking into ex's residence

    Man charged for breaking into ex's residence

    A 50-year-old man is being held under arrest after breaching bail conditions and breaking into his former partner’s residence. Paulo Miguel Da Costa Osorio, originally from Portugal, had been in a relationship with a woman from Fgura for 16 years.

  • Woman charged with threatening wardens

    Woman charged with threatening wardens

    A 37-year-old woman has been granted bail after threatening two wardens with a piece of wood in Birzebugia yesterday. Visibly nervous, Marouska Camilleri, a hairdresser from Żabbar, this afternoon pleaded guilty to insulting and threatening two...

  • Putting colour in the Rainbow Ward, one room at a time

    Putting colour in the Rainbow Ward, one room at a time

    Fifteen years after its inception, the mission of Puttinu Cares to brighten the atmosphere where children are treated is ongoing. With the recent transfer of the Rainbow Ward from Mater Dei Hospital to the Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre, the...

  • Two old maps found at WWII tunnels

    Two old maps found at WWII tunnels

    Two maps – one dating back to World War II – were found during restoration works at the underground war headquarters in Valletta. Restoration by Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna of the vast underground military complex, covering an area of 28,000 square...

  • Quotas ‘not right way’ to tackle gender imbalance

    Quotas ‘not right way’ to tackle gender imbalance

    Quotas are not the right medicine to treat gender imbalance in Parliament, according to Labour MP Aaron Farrugia, who is suggesting a national ballot list just for female candidates. Quotas did not respect the people’s choices and were...

  • Cyclists return home after pedalling 1,200 kilometres

    Cyclists return home after pedalling 1,200 kilometres

    A group of 45 cyclists who pedalled eight hours every day for a whole week for charity have returned home. People can still support the cyclists for living up to the challenge by donating money in aid of cancer research in Malta. It was a fun but...