Advert

Claire Caruana

  • Salmonella cases highest in four years

    Salmonella cases highest in four years

    The number of salmonella cases reported to the health authorities so far this month has surpassed that in previous years, peaking at 20 cases in July alone. Figures supplied to The Sunday Times of Malta by the health authorities showed that so far...

  • Employer charged with beating up worker

    Employer charged with beating up worker

    A man was accused on Saturday of grievously injuring one of his employees, who claimed he had long been the subject of abuse from his boss.  Jason Genovese, 33, who was charged with grievously injuring Ahmed Hassan Moussa Abid, pleaded not...

  • How police engineered major cannabis bust

    How police engineered major cannabis bust

    Updated 1pm with third arraignment Three men arrested after being caught transporting 200 kilos of cannabis on Thursday were remanded in custody on Saturday morning after pleading not guilty to drug trafficking charges. Read: Largest cannabis haul...

  • Activists ask AG for copy of Egrant inquiry report

    Activists ask AG for copy of Egrant inquiry report

    Activists il-Kenniesa and Paris-based Sherpa have called on the Attorney General to give them a copy of the Egrant inquiry report after a similar plea by the Opposition leader was turned down. The two organisations said they had sent a letter to...

  • MCAST educators to get salary increase through new collective agreement

    MCAST educators to get salary increase through new collective agreement

    Educators at MCAST are to receive a pay raise and better working conditions after the college and the Malta Union of Teachers signed a new collective agreement. The renewed package includes “substantial increase” in salaries, together with an...

  • ‘Possible proceedings’ against individuals behind Egrant allegations

    ‘Possible proceedings’ against individuals behind Egrant allegations

    Updated 5pm  The Egrant inquiring magistrate ordered further investigations and possible proceedings against individuals, the Office of the Prime Minister said on Thursday. Replying to questions by the Times of Malta on the publication of the...

  • Magistrate knew forensic firm set up just before Egrant report completed

    Magistrate knew forensic firm set up just before Egrant report completed

    The Egrant inquiry magistrate was told that a UK forensic accountancy firm that analysed Pilatus Bank's servers was set up in May after an "administrative change", the Attorney General confirmed. Harbinson Forensics was formed two months before...

  • Inquiries saga far from over: a guide through the maze

    Inquiries saga far from over: a guide through the maze

    A number of magisterial inquiries probing alleged wrongdoing by top government officials are still under way, despite Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi saying the Egrant inquiry conclusions “cleared” him and the Prime Minister’s chief of staff, Keith...

  • After ambulance assault, nurses' union pushes for stricter rules

    After ambulance assault, nurses' union pushes for stricter rules

    The nurses’ union is to ask the management of Mater Dei to review procedures following an assault on ambulance staff on Friday. Speaking to the Times of Malta on Monday , Malta Union of Midwives and Nurses (MUMN) secretary general Colin Galea said...

  • New judge's past links with PL sparks anger among lawyers

    New judge's past links with PL sparks anger among lawyers

    Lawyers are worried that judicial review of administrative action will be done by newly-promoted Mr Justice Grazio Mercieca, a former adviser to a Labour Cabinet minister. Legal sources told Times of Malta the Chief Justice’s decision to assign...