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  1. Corruption kills banner, briefcase placed near Castille

    A "Corruption kills" banner and a briefcase full of fake cash and a corruption checklist were placed near the Prime Minister's office at Castille early on Saturday. The action was taken by the group Reżistenza Malta. The group said in a tweet...

  2. ‘National security project’ put under Tourism Ministry

    The government is refusing to explain why a new multi-million project aimed at enhancing national security through the use of new technology has been put under the political direction of Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi, despite it having nothing to...

  3. Konrad Mizzi claims his rights are breached in Panama Appeals saga

    A new twist has been given to the Panama Appeals court saga as Minister Konrad Mizzi on Friday filed a Constitutional application claiming a breach to his right to a fair hearing. As one of seven high profile individuals, targeted by a decision...

  4. Invasive species: removing them can be challenging

    When you think of invasive alien species, the last thing that comes to mind is the prickly pear, a cactus that populates the island and has even found itself on liqueur shelves. The prickly pear is native only to the Americas, and was probably...

  5. Security Service had say in identifying Caruana Galizia murder suspects

    The security service had a say in identifying the three prime suspects in the Daphne Caruana Galizia murder and a number of individuals who could have “assisted”, according to the intelligence agency’s 2017 annual report. Ms Caruana Galizia was...

  6. Watch: 'Tension' in EU fund talks, but Muscat is 'very optimistic'

    There was “tension” all around when discussing the cohesion fund within the European Union’s budget, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat admitted on Thursday. Dr Muscat however said he was "very optimistic" that a solution acceptable to all parties would...

  7. Watch: Theresa May confronts Jean-Claude Juncker at EU summit

    Theresa May remonstrated with Jean-Claude Juncker at a Brussels summit on Friday and the EU chief executive seemed anxious to placate the British prime minister whose Brexit demands he had called "nebulous" the night before. Under huge pressure at...

  8. The Balzan robbery that cost a bomb

    A ‘suspicious’ package found on the porch of a Balzan family home, which brought out the bomb disposal unit, turned out to contain leftover items from a €60,000 robbery at a nearby house – with all the cash missing. The man suspected to have been...

  9. 'If Maltese ministries do not use Maltese, who will?'

    Have you ever managed to access the Maltese version of the environment, health, education and finance ministries’ websites? They do not exist. Apart from the Office of the Prime Minister’s website, only two ministries have a bilingual online site:...

  10. Merkel briefly stuns audience with Brexit response

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel briefly stunned reporters in Brussels on Friday when she appeared to say that she would work against Britain remaining in the European Union after a possible second referendum. "We would of course take note of that.

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