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Keith Micallef

  • Police officer ‘ignored FIAU report’

    Police officer ‘ignored FIAU report’

    A lawyer complained in court a police inspector wasted time building a case on “trumped up” charges while ignoring much more serious findings stemming from a Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit report. Joe Giglio pointed his finger at the head of...

  • The battle for Gozo

    The battle for Gozo

    As the two major political parties devote unprecedented attention to gaining supremacy in Gozo, the government’s wage bill is rising amid an aggressive recruitment drive by State entities based on the sister island. Sources close to the Gozo...

  • 17th century coastal watchtower in a state of neglect

    17th century coastal watchtower in a state of neglect

    A 17th-century coastal tower overlooking Ġnejna Bay has been left neglected, fuelling concerns it could be targeted by arsonists or taken over by squatters. However, Culture Minister Owen Bonnici promised this newspaper that he would take...

  • Last chance to restore Malta's reputation - Busuttil

    Last chance to restore Malta's reputation - Busuttil

    The electorate will have the chance to vote for the politics of concensus, Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil said this afternoon, ahead of the June 3 general election. "My dream of restoring the PN's role of being the people's party has come...

  • ‘Mistaken identity’ noted in voting documents

    ‘Mistaken identity’ noted in voting documents

    The Electoral Commission has been asked to investigate at least two cases of mistaken identity in the voting documents being delivered to every household in the run-up to the election on June 3. Both cases, which were flagged on Thursday within a...

  • PN unveils 100 proposals for Gozo

    PN unveils 100 proposals for Gozo

    Updated 8.06pm  The Nationalist Party this afternoon unveiled its Gozo manifesto comprising 100 proposals, ranging from health, the economy, tourism, accessibility, sport and infrastructure.  Details of the PN's plans for the sister island were...

  • No charges filed in Jimmy Magro corruption probe

    No charges filed in Jimmy Magro corruption probe

    Nearly four months after the government’s corruption watchdog flagged Jimmy Magro’s attempt to demand a cut from a public tender, the police, who insist that investigations are still “ongoing”, have pressed no charges. The delay has raised...

  • Marsaxlokk hawkers receive compensation offer on first day of electoral campaign

    Marsaxlokk hawkers receive compensation offer on first day of electoral campaign

    Taxpayers may have to fork out as much as €700,000 in compensation to Marsaxlokk monti hawkers under a government scheme whose details were only communicated following the start of the election campaign. The Labour-led Marsaxlokk council, which is...

  • Medical visas 'racket': middleman sues for €37,000

    Medical visas 'racket': middleman sues for €37,000

    The ‘middleman’ who last year flagged the alleged medical visas ‘racket’ is suing the government for damages and requesting to be handed back €36,675 he paid in advance for travel documents which he says were never issued.  He has also presented a...

  • Nurse accused of violent indecent assault against colleagues

    Nurse accused of violent indecent assault against colleagues

    A 38-year-old nurse has been remanded in custody after pleading not guilty of violent decent assault against his female colleagues at a home for the elderly. The defendant whose name cannot be published by court to safeguard the identity of the...