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  1. Armier campsite caravans being used as ‘fixed residences’

    Malta’s only official camp site in Armier, limits of Mellieħa, has been slapped with an enforcement notice after being flagged for a long list of breaches, including the use of static caravans as “fixed residences”. However, the owner of Malta...

  2. Woman's corpse found off Għar Lapsi

    A woman’s lifeless body was found off the coast of Għar Lapsi and lifted to shore by helicopter on Monday afternoon. The operation began at around 3.30pm after the body was spotted at sea. An Armed Forces of Malta helicopter was dispatched to the...

  3. Two demonstrated corrupt crooks remain in government – MEP

    Socialist MEP Ana Gomes on Tuesday hit out at the fact that “two demonstrated corrupt crooks” remained in government. Speaking during a debate on a rule of law report on Malta and Slovakia, Ms Gomes, a vehement critic of Malta's government, said...

  4. Vincent Moran, health minister for turbulent 11 years, dies at 86

    Vincent Moran, the former long serving health minister, has passed away aged 86. Dr Moran joined the Labour Party as a young man in 1948 and rose through the ranks to become what Toni Abela, a former deputy leader of the party, described as ‘a...

  5. Konrad Mizzi’s lawyers appointed on ‘his’ boards

    The three partners of Mifsud Bonnici Advocates – the lawyers that Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi engages for his personal litigations in court, including those connected to the Panama Papers saga, have all found themselves occupying various posts...

  6. Watch: I have confidence in Keith Schembri - Muscat

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Tuesday he retained full confidence in his chief of staff, Keith Schembri, who now figures in three separate magisterial inquiries. Asked about comments he had given in an interview last year that Mr Schembri...

  7. Talks in Tripoli by PM’s ‘special envoy’ that never was

    Neville Gafà, a government official who had been implicated in an alleged Libyan visa racket, on Tuesday denied holding diplomatic talks in Tripoli on behalf of the Maltese government. According to the Libyan government’s communication office and...

  8. Ex-gangster shot dead after launch of book on quitting crime

    A former Danish gang leader died of gunshot wounds on Tuesday as his memoir on leaving the criminal underworld went on sale. He was shot a day earlier after an event to launch the book. Nedim Yasar, 31, made a name for himself as a radio host...

  9. Explosion at Għaxaq fireworks factory, nobody injured

    No one was injured in an explosion at St Mary’s Fireworks factory in Għaxaq early on Tuesday. The police said the explosion happened at around 12.45am. Nobody was at the site at the time. People on social media commented that the explosion was...

  10. Watch: Prime Minister's top aide now figures in three separate inquiries

    Updated at 7.20pm The Prime Minister’s chief of staff Keith Schembri now figures in three separate magisterial inquiries into potential money-laundering and kickbacks, including one involving the latest 17 Black revelations. Justice Minister Owen...

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