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  1. 'The country has lost the PN,' outgoing party councillor says

    Updated Saturday 10am The biggest problem is that the country has "lost" the Nationalist Party, an outgoing PN councillor said on Saturday. Charlot Cassar clarified the reason for his decision to step down as a PN councillor on Marsascala through...

  2. President Coleiro Preca is 'seeking a second term'

    Updated 1.35pm - Office of the President replies The President of Malta, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, is actively seeking a second spell in office after her five-year term expires in April 2019, The Sunday Times of Malta is reliably...

  3. Disqualified firm owned by former Labour MP gets job through direct order

    An architectural firm owned by former Labour MP Charles Buhagiar got a €600,000 contract through a direct order after it was disqualified from a competitive tender for the same job, Times of Malta is informed. The controversial decision by Malta...

  4. Thai police were 'uncooperative' after Maltese man was killed in Thailand accident

    Thai police were not at all cooperative when the daughter of a Maltese man who died in a road accident went there to recover the body. Alfred Balzan, 78, died after he was run over by an Isuzu SUV while driving his motorbike in the town of...

  5. Benna butter post churns out Facebook reactions

    A battle over butter spread onto Facebook on Sunday morning, with local dairy producers Benna batting away a suggestion that their "100% Maltese" butter was not what it claimed to be.  The controversy was kicked off by a post on popular Facebook...

  6. Assaulted assistant head: MUT are out to damage me

    Updated 7pm - Added MUT statement An assistant head who was assaulted at Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary yesterday filed a judicial protest against the Malta Union of Teachers holding it responsible for damage to his reputation. Charles Polidano,...

  7. Outspoken adjudicator wants to be appointed judge in breach of ethics

    Anna Mallia, an adjudicator on the Small Claims Tribunal who regularly writes in the local media and takes part in current affairs programmes on TV, is seeking to be appointed a judge of the Superior Courts, The Sunday Times of Malta has...

  8. Changes in Marsa traffic lanes as junction project drives into second phase

    Drivers are being alerted to a number of changes as the second phase of the €70-million Marsa junction project takes shape. Transport Malta's project team is introducing new provisional lanes and alternative routes along Triq Aldo Moro and other...

  9. Execution is aborted after failure to find 'usable vein'

    Execution team members jabbed an inmate repeatedly in the lower legs, ankles and groin in effort to find a usable vein before the state called off the lethal injection, according to a court filing by the inmate's lawyer. Lawyer Bernard Harcourt...

  10. Heroin, cocaine and weapons found in Qormi

    Cocaine, heroin and weapons were among the illegal items police found when they raided a Qormi house and garage on Saturday.  Drug Squad members who burst into the property also found cannabis and cannabis resin, electronic weighing scales, ziploc...

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