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  • Government will implement Venice Commission recommendations - Muscat

    Government will implement Venice Commission recommendations - Muscat

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat on Sunday pledged that his government would implement the recommendations set to be published on Monday by the Council of Europe’s rule of law experts, known as the Venice Commission. “We understand there is the need...

  • Collective bargaining services should not be free – UĦM

    Collective bargaining services should not be free – UĦM

    Workers should not be forced to enrol in a trade union, but if they benefit from better conditions through collective bargaining they should be obliged to make a financial contribution, UĦM Voice of the Workers is proposing. The idea was floated...

  • First records by Maltese singer go back on sale

    First records by Maltese singer go back on sale

    A compilation of the first ever studio recordings by a Maltese artist, dating back to the interwar years, is set to be released again. The project is a joint initiative between Filfla Records and the Friends of the National Archives. Sung by...

  • No discussion on Delia investigation report within the PN

    No discussion on Delia investigation report within the PN

    A week after it was revealed that the Opposition leader was part of a money-laundering investigation, none of the Nationalist Party’s internal structures have so far been convened to debate the matter. “It seems that it is all business as usual.

  • 'The child wasn't to blame. My wife was pregnant and she was having the baby'

    'The child wasn't to blame. My wife was pregnant and she was having the baby'

    A father of five whose wife decided to keep a baby conceived from rape said Malta should cherish its status of having among the strictest abortion laws in the world. Pro-life campaigner, Jeff Christie, 43, made the appeal when speaking to the...

  • Foreign students in Malta more than double in five years

    Foreign students in Malta more than double in five years

    Foreign students from pre-primary to secondary school level have more than doubled in five years and exceeded 5,000 by the end of the 2016/17 scholastic year, according to official data published yesterday. Non-Maltese students now account for one...

  • New mental health hospital completion date set for 2025

    New mental health hospital completion date set for 2025

    The new mental health hospital adjacent to Mater Dei is not expected to be up and running before 2025, Health Minister Chris Fearne told Times of Malta on Wednesday. The deadline was given during a news conference marking the launch of a public...

  • Motorists urged to completely abstain from alcohol

    Motorists urged to completely abstain from alcohol

    Motorists should abstain  from alcohol completely as even a single drink could prove costly for themselves and others, the Health Promotion Unit is insisting. The message was conveyed during a news conference on Tuesday, aimed to raise awareness...

  • E-counting system flaws could lead to voter fraud, warns PN

    E-counting system flaws could lead to voter fraud, warns PN

    Updated 6.40pm with PL statement Flaws in a new electronic vote counting system set to be used for next May’s MEP and council elections could give rise to electoral fraud, possibly through the “buying of votes”, the Nationalist Party has warned.In...

  • 'It is Delia who is caught in absurdity, not me' - Muscat

    'It is Delia who is caught in absurdity, not me' - Muscat

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has rejected criticism that his inaction against Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri had set a precedent to the point that he now finds himself having to defend the Opposition leader as well.“The only absurd situation is...