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Ivan Martin

  • Egrant inquiry will not be published for 'at least a few weeks'

    Egrant inquiry will not be published for 'at least a few weeks'

    The entire Egrant inquiry will not be published for “at least a few weeks”, as the government is still being advised against it, The Sunday Times of Malta is informed.  Sources in the Office of the Prime Minister told The Sunday Times of Malta on...

  • Government urged to lobby for stricter air-quality controls

    Government urged to lobby for stricter air-quality controls

    As Malta has one of the world’s largest registries of heavy polluting ships, a veteran scientist is urging the Maltese government to lobby for stricter air-quality controls. Research conducted by University of Malta professor Raymond Ellul has...

  • Bird trappers could benefit because of 1cm net size increase

    Bird trappers could benefit because of 1cm net size increase

    Trappers’ nets with holes just over a centimetre bigger than those used in the recently-outlawed finch trapping will likely see the practice return for two other species this year, Times of Malta has learnt. Sources on the government’s...

  • Watch: Crumpled car to remind party-goers not to drink and drive

    Watch: Crumpled car to remind party-goers not to drink and drive

    A crumpled car once involved in a violent crash, will greet party-goers at popular nightclub Numero Uno as part of an anti-drink-driving campaign. The campaign was launched by the Road Safety Council, which recommends measures to the government,...

  • Study aims to calculate Malta's carbon footprint

    Study aims to calculate Malta's carbon footprint

    A new study aims to calculate Malta’s carbon footprint as the island lags behind on meeting its emissions reduction targets, the Times of Malta has learnt. The study, which started in recent weeks and is being conducted by a team of international...

  • Għargħur double murder suspect to be arraigned

    Għargħur double murder suspect to be arraigned

    Updated 12.05pm The 42-year-old man who allegedly stabbed his mother and aunt to death in Għargħur earlier this week is to be arraigned in court on Wednesday afternoon. As of Tuesday evening, the man, who gave himself up to the police early Monday...

  • Police begin investigating forged Egrant documents

    Police begin investigating forged Egrant documents

    Police yesterday set the ball rolling on what will likely be a “long” investigation into the alleged forgery of documents linking the Prime Minister’s wife to an offshore company.  Sources yesterday told the Times of Malta that the full 1,500-page...

  • 'Egrant inquiry clears me and Keith Schembri too' - Konrad Mizzi

    'Egrant inquiry clears me and Keith Schembri too' - Konrad Mizzi

    Updated at 9.30pm with PN reaction Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi has taken to Facebook to claim the Egrant inquiry has “cleared” him of allegations of wrongdoing. In a video comment uploaded onto his personal Facebook page, Dr Mizzi said he was...

  • Pilatus depositors threaten to sue MFSA over €80m

    Pilatus depositors threaten to sue MFSA over €80m

    A group of Pilatus Bank depositors are threatening to sue the financial services watchdog in a bid to reclaim about €80 million in frozen assets, The Sunday Times of Malta has learnt. Sources said the Malta Financial Services Authority had...

  • Watch: Trio begin 70km swim around Malta

    Watch: Trio begin 70km swim around Malta

    Three swimmers began a gruelling 70-kilometre swim around Malta on Friday afternoon, as they seek to raise awareness about marine litter. Swimmers Neil Agius, Gilbert Bartolo and Richard Zerafa jumped in the water at Marfa at 6pm, taking the first...