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Philip Leone Ganado

  • "Abandoned" pigs to be confiscated by the authorities

    "Abandoned" pigs to be confiscated by the authorities

    “Abandoned” pigs discovered at a Mellieħa farm which drew concerns from animal welfare activists, are to be confiscated by the authorities, the police have confirmed.A police spokeswoman told Times of Malta that the farm had been investigated by...

  • Mrieħel high-rise project contributes to artistic fund

    Mrieħel high-rise project contributes to artistic fund

    The Mrieħel high-rise developers have presented evidence that a promised €50,000 contribution to a new artistic fund was in fact carried out as promised. Tumas Gasan holdings provided Times of Malta with a receipt for the €50,000 payment dated...

  • Beer can dumped in 1996 among 25 rubbish bags collected in few hours

    Beer can dumped in 1996 among 25 rubbish bags collected in few hours

    On the way back from taking part in an organised clean-up in Marsalforn, a group of friends noticed the huge amount of rubbish littering Selmun Hill. So just a few days later, they were back, and on Saturday the six French women, three living in...

  • Historic milestone in Sliema vandalised

    Historic milestone in Sliema vandalised

    A historic British-era milestone at the Three Trees junction in Sliema has been defaced with graffiti overnight in what an expert has called a “despicable act of vandalism on cultural heritage”. The milestone, formerly part of the Heritage Malta...

  • Horse races go ahead in the afternoon heat despite guidelines

    Horse races go ahead in the afternoon heat despite guidelines

    Updated 5.15pm with new video The Animal Welfare Commissioner has lamented a lack of regulations after the Santa Marija horse races in Victoria once again took place in the heat of mid-afternoon on the feast day, despite guidelines from the...

  • Anger over plans for Tigné offices

    Anger over plans for Tigné offices

    Plans to develop new offices at the Tigné business centre, eliminating public space that formed a key part of the original designs, have drawn widespread objections from residents. The objectors argue that the development would deprive residents...

  • Watch: Malta has a would-be world champion you may not have heard of

    Watch: Malta has a would-be world champion you may not have heard of

    He is one of Malta’s most successful international competitors, has followers around the world, and has just won $20,000 at his game’s world championships in London, but you’ve probably never heard of him. Kurt Fenech – or kurt0411 as he is known...

  • E-bike rentals around Valletta now available

    E-bike rentals around Valletta now available

    Travelling around Valletta may have just got a bit easier as a new electric bicycle sharing system, operated by Malta Public Transport, was unveiled on Monday. Tallinja Bikes will have 40 e-bikes available for rent around the capital, with three...

  • Refusal to release Egrant report is "threat to democracy" - Delia

    Refusal to release Egrant report is "threat to democracy" - Delia

    The Attorney General’s continued refusal to release a copy of the Egrant inquiry report to the Opposition poses a “threat to democracy”, Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia said on Sunday. Earlier this week, Dr Delia presented an application...

  • Karozzin drivers warn outright ban would result in ‘massacre’ of horses

    Karozzin drivers warn outright ban would result in ‘massacre’ of horses

    Under-fire karozzin drivers would welcome more checks and enforcement but warned that banning horse-drawn carriages or limiting their hours would lead to a “massacre” of working horses. The calls to clamp down on horse-drawn carriages grew after...