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  1. What police found about Delia's Soho links - and why the case has stalled

    A year after the FIAU flagged a “reasonable suspicion of money laundering” by Opposition leader Adrian Delia, the police investigation has hit a brick wall.  The Sunday Times of Malta can confirm that a report by the Financial Intelligence...

  2. Autism headband inventor paraded fake PhD

    A Maltese man who in 2012 gave hope to parents with autistic children, by claiming a “neurofeedback” headband he invented could help autistic youngsters, misled the public by touting false credentials as a PhD in neuroscience, The Sunday Times of...

  3. Dubai sheik wants to buy Mistra project

    Finance Minister Edward Scicluna is under pressure to sign a permit that would allow a member of Dubai’s ruling family to buy the project to build hundreds of apartments on the site of the former Mistra Village tourist complex in Xemxija, The...

  4. Malta fails its first Moneyval anti-money laundering test but...

    Malta’s anti-money laundering regime received a poor grade in a draft Moneyval evaluation, with the government now scrambling to push up its final score before the summer deadline.  The Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money...

  5. Watch: '40 minutes ago, my brother died': Archbishop Emeritus Paul Cremona's emotional 50th anniversary mass

    Archbishop Emeritus Paul Cremona marked 50 years in the Catholic Church on Sunday, but also lost a brother who stood behind him when he was first ordained. Mgr. Cremona’s brother passed away less than an hour before the start of a mass held to...

  6. Sunday lunch in Mġarr goes horribly wrong

    Sunday lunch at a restaurant in Mġarr turned out to be a dramatic affair, with a fight leaving one man seriously injured. The police said that they were called to intervene at 5.30pm when things got out of hand at the restaurant in Triq il-Magħkuba.

  7. Nurse and aide left patient alone to choke to death, court rules

    A nurse and a nursing aide who left a frail patient to chew on chicken without supervision have been found guilty of causing his death in 2012. Nurse David Sant and nursing aide Carol Bonnici were working at Karin Grech Hospital in March 2012 when...

  8. Watch: Air Malta workers protest against 'unacceptable' hours

    Air Malta apron workers gathered in front of the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday morning to protest against the sudden changes in their working conditions. Around 50 workers gathered in Valletta insisting on a meeting with Tourism Minister...

  9. British Airways flight goes to wrong destination

    A British Airways flight bound for Dusseldorf, Germany flew to Edinburgh in Scotland by mistake. It said the wrong flight paperwork was submitted before take-off from London and air traffic control therefore allowed the flight to take that...

  10. Drunk drivers still getting behind the wheel in spite of lower limits

    Slashing drink-driving alcohol limits had little to no impact on traffic accidents, with intoxicated motorists still getting behind the wheel, according to insurers. Alcohol limits for motorists were slashed to almost half in January last year but...

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