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Bertrand Borg

  • A killed kitten sparks a trial by social media

    A killed kitten sparks a trial by social media

    Stephanie Cassar was at her Golden Bay restaurant on Sunday evening when she heard that a man had killed a kitten just outside. “I went round and saw a group of people standing there,” she told the Times of Malta. “There was a dead cat on the ground.

  • Aquarius denied entry to Malta and Italy - Doctors Without Borders

    Aquarius denied entry to Malta and Italy - Doctors Without Borders

    Updated 5.45pm  A sea rescue vessel carrying 141 men, women and children saved at sea has been denied entry into Malta and Italy.  The MV Aquarius has been stuck at sea since Friday, when it rescued migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean...

  • Kitten beaten to death at Golden Bay, beachgoers claim

    Kitten beaten to death at Golden Bay, beachgoers claim

    A man allegedly beat a kitten to death outside a popular seaside restaurant on Sunday afternoon, horrifying patrons and prompting an outpouring of anger on social media. The act of animal cruelty took place just outside Golden Bay establishment...

  • You cannot ignore 141 rescued at sea, Aquarius tells EU governments

    You cannot ignore 141 rescued at sea, Aquarius tells EU governments

    Two humanitarian NGOs have called on European governments to agree on a safe port where a vessel carrying 141 rescued migrants can dock. Doctors without Borders (MSF) and SOS Mediterranee, two NGOs which jointly operate the sea rescue vessel...

  • Watch: 'Yes we're late... so the earlier we start, the better'

    Watch: 'Yes we're late... so the earlier we start, the better'

    Malta’s natural environment has been bruised and battered over the years, and as the destruction steamrolls forward, the sense that the ecological horse has already bolted becomes increasingly difficult to ignore. It’s a perspective which Conrad...

  • Maltese family escapes Bologna motorway inferno

    Maltese family escapes Bologna motorway inferno

    A Maltese family holidaying in Italy were just one brief snack break away from having their vacation turn into a flaming tragedy on Monday. The Fenechs were making their way towards Rimini when they found themselves metres away from a massive...

  • Watch: Local Catholic group answers Nas Daily's question about religion and money

    Watch: Local Catholic group answers Nas Daily's question about religion and money

    When popular video blogger Nas Daily uploaded a video questioning religions for spending millions on expensive places of worship, he used footage of the Mosta Dome to make his point. Now a local Catholic group have answered the vlogger’s question...

  • Maltese gamer reaches FIFA 18 world cup semi-finals

    Maltese gamer reaches FIFA 18 world cup semi-finals

    A Maltese gamer has made it to the final four of the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup, guaranteeing himself a $20,000 payday in the process. Kurt Fenech, who plays using the username ‘kurt0411’, beat the 2017 world champion ‘gorilla’  to make it to the Xbox...

  • Watch: 'A magistrate is not an investigator,' says David Thake

    Watch: 'A magistrate is not an investigator,' says David Thake

    If the Nationalist Party is to have any hope of winning future elections it must start by putting an end to all the back-stabbing, David Thake has argued. Mr Thake, who previously served as a PN councillor and came within a whisker of representing...

  • Egrant inquiry finds falsified signatures, differing testimonies and no proof

    Egrant inquiry finds falsified signatures, differing testimonies and no proof

    Updated 5.29pm - Added Efimova tweet There was no evidence linking Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, his wife Michelle or their family to Panama company Egrant Inc., a magisterial inquiry has found. Magistrate Aaron Bugeja found no documentation...