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  1. Gaia Cauchi wows judges at X Factor UK

    Maltese young star Gaia Cauchi on Saturday wowed the X-Factor UK judges with her rendition of Paloma Faith’s “Only Love Can Hurt Like This”, getting four yeses. The 15-year-old told the judges she had wanted to take part in the contest when she...

  2. ‘The choice is only in the hands of those paying for sex’

    When Maria* left prostitution, she started earning the same amount in one month that she would otherwise have earned in one single day. But wearing a uniform and keeping her dignity made it all worth it. Maria is one of several women who gradually...

  3. Public inquiry into whether Caruana Galizia murder could have been avoided ruled out

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has ruled out a judicial public inquiry into whether Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder could have been avoided. Speaking to BBC Radio 4, Dr Muscat said there was no need for a public inquiry because as far as he knew the...

  4. Young professionals are giving up hope of ever owning their own home

    Many of those on an average income are struggling to find affordable places to live. Ramona Depares finds that, while some are ready to sacrifice their financial independence, others may just decide to pack up and leave. Amid calls for new...

  5. Caruana Galizia murder suspect says he was framed

    One of the three men charged with the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia is claiming a breach of his right to a fair hearing, claiming the police had acted on "a mere unfounded supposition." George Degiorgio has filed a constitutional application...

  6. Interview: 'After one year, Labour had turned into a cult'

    Former Labour minister Godfrey Farrugia speaks to Ivan Camilleri about his direct experience of power and why the Democratic Party has an important role to play in building a stronger Opposition. You have been in politics for a very long time.

  7. School year starting with teaching posts still vacant

    The government has once again miscalculated the number of educators needed to cover all teaching posts in State schools, according to the teachers’ union. With school gates reopening this week for a new scholastic year, there are some vacancies...

  8. 75 drivers lose licence under points system

    Seventy-five drivers have lost their licence after accumulating 12 penalty points since the new system aimed at curbing reckless driving came into force last December. Drivers who accumulate 12 penalty points over a period of one year lose their...

  9. Parents waited until 'last minute' to register for free transport, PM suggests

    The high number of students on the waiting list for the free transport could have been a result of parents rushing at the last minute to register their children, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat suggested this morning. Speaking during a question and...

  10. Blogger to file breach of rights case over memorial

    Activist and blogger Manuel Delia will this week file a constitutional case against the government over what he says is a breach of his fundamental right to free ex­pression, after the memorial to Daphne Caruana Galizia at the Great Siege monument...

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