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  1. Denied cooperation, anti-migrant ship lashes out at Malta

    Updated 6.20pm - Added Defend Europe statement The owners of a controversial anti-migrant ship have lashed out at Malta after they were denied any cooperation by the local authorities. In a statement which followed a series of tweets throughout...

  2. Live: Football transfer news and rumours

    Welcome back for a whole new week of transfer news and coverage from the best leagues across Europe. 3.30pm It's goalless so far in the English Premier League match between Huddersfield and Newcastle as the second half gets under way at the John...

  3. 'Are they bothering you?' Msida fireworks enthusiasts' couldn't-care-less attitude to mess

    The Msida garden remains littered with large metal drums, stones and a wooden pole left there by fireworks enthusiasts four weeks after the locality’s feast. A defiant Raymond Sultana, who heads the Msida St Joseph Fireworks Group, provided no...

  4. Watch: NIMBY in Ta' Giorni as man chucks rubbish over wall

    Updated 8.15pm A man in Ta' Giorni has been caught taking the notion of Not In My Backyard to a whole new level.  In video uploaded to Facebook, the man can be seen chucking rubbish over the back wall of a private yard and into an abandoned field...

  5. Dozens testify in inquiry into passport sale kickback claims

    Scores of company representatives testified in a marathon court hearing today as the inquiry continued behind closed doors into allegations of kickbacks from the sale of citizenship scheme. The court process was triggered off following claims by...

  6. Judge was annoyed by ‘attack’ on his impartiality

    A judge facing a challenge in a Panama Papers appeal expressed his annoyance at what he termed as an attack on his impartiality. Judge Antonio Mizzi was this week formally asked by the Opposition leader to recuse himself from a hearing to...

  7. Cases of salmonella patients at Mater Dei hit three-year high

    Twenty-five people were treated for salmonella at Mater Dei Hospital in June and July, the highest number in the past three years, Times of Malta has learned. Figures supplied by the Health Ministry show that while the number treated for food...

  8. Watch: Granaries are set for Calleja, Bocelli concert

    Joseph Calleja and Andrea Bocelli, two of the world's greatest tenors, are set to share the stage on the Granaries this evening for one of the most anticipated musical evenings of the year.  The concert will be marking 20 years since Mr Calleja's...

  9. Two dead, six hurt in Finland knife attack

    Updated 8.35pm A man with a knife killed two people and wounded at least six in a stabbing rampage in a market square in the Finnish city of Turku today, police said. Police shot the suspected attacker in the leg and arrested him. They said they...

  10. Plans for Malta’s first Russian Orthodox church

    The Russian Orthodox community in Malta has applied to build a church, the first of its kind on the island, in Kappara, but will be facing opposition from local residents. The St Paul the Apostle Parish of the Russian Orthodox Church, a community...

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