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Denise Grech

  • Development ‘risks dwarfing’ Mosta historic chapel

    Development ‘risks dwarfing’ Mosta historic chapel

    A historic 17th century chapel in Mosta would be “dwarfed” by proposed development, Din l-Art Ħelwa warned. The proposed project, just four metres from the chapel dedicated to St Andrew, has attracted a number of objections. The development...

  • Ad hoc agreements on migration ‘no solution’ - French Ambassador

    Ad hoc agreements on migration ‘no solution’ - French Ambassador

    Having specific agreements every time there was a standoff on migration was no solution and Paris did not want them anymore, the French Ambassador to Malta said. Malta and France, together with a number of other countries, have struck impromptu...

  • Architects pushing for sound insulation in apartment blocks

    Architects pushing for sound insulation in apartment blocks

    Underfloor sound insulation between apartments could be the first step towards reducing high noise pollution levels in the country, according to a leading academic in the field. “We are sandwiched by neighbours, above and below,” said Vincent...

  • Man granted bail after leaving woman with bloody forehead

    Man granted bail after leaving woman with bloody forehead

    A man was granted bail after he allegedly left his partner with a bloody forehead and bodily injuries.  Police were called to the family home were they found the woman suffering from a blow to her forehead and blood oozing down her face, Inspector...

  • Our family is broken, mother tells police

    Our family is broken, mother tells police

    A man's drug problem led to his mother and two sisters turn towards the court for help, with the mother pleading with the police "our family is broken". Justin Camilleri, 30, physically threatened his mother and two sisters after they refused to...

  • Alarm raised as another large turtle is rescued

    Alarm raised as another large turtle is rescued

    An NGO has warned it was running out of tanks to hold rescued turtles as a large loggerhead turtle was picked up after it was spotted in distress floating below a cliff in Xgħajra on Thursday morning. The eight-year-old female loggerhead was found...

  • €400,000 programme on water sustainability launched

    €400,000 programme on water sustainability launched

    A €400,000 water conservation educational service was launched on Thursday to train business employees in sustainable practices in water management. The programme, which launched Thursday, will run two weekly sessions until the end of 2019. During...

  • Caruana Galizia portrait unveiled at European Parliament

    Caruana Galizia portrait unveiled at European Parliament

    A portrait dedicated to Daphne Caruana Galizia was unveiled at the European Parliament on Tuesday to mark one year since the assassination of the journalist. The work by Danish-born artist and Malta resident Marie Louise Kold was unveiled in...

  • Single flower marks Daphne memorial

    Single flower marks Daphne memorial

    The battle over the memorial to Daphne Caruana Galizia continued Saturday afternoon as a single bloom stood in defiance of the repeated clearance of activists’ candles and flowers. The tributes to the slain journalist placed in front of the...

  • Three councils get €90,000 to promote ditching of cars

    Three councils get €90,000 to promote ditching  of cars

    Three local councils have been given €90,000 between them to launch schemes encouraging people to ditch their cars. The Pietà, Safi and Għarb councils were the winners of the Permanent Sustainability Mobility Measures scheme that form part of the...