Articles by: Claire Caruana

'I don't belong to this country any more' - Sliema mugging victim, 87, says

Violent thief punched husband, 91 years old

Half of those on probation committed thefts, fraud

Close to half of those placed on probation last year had been found guilty of theft or fraud-related crimes, a...

Physio directives will hit 300 patients every day

No new patients will be seen

People do not want negativity - Muscat

Prime Minister says PN hasn't learnt its lesson

Malta airport has among worst on-time performance

MIA figures poorly on AirHelp rankings, with flight delays the prime factor

Babies and children should not be involved in political campaigns

Children's commissioner reiterates appeal to the political parties

Patients treated in corridors all year round – MUMN

Mater Dei Hospital corridors given names ‘as a cover up’

"This will not go away" - Archbishop on sex abuse

Mgr. Scicluna gives rare insight into his work with victims

Watch: Government committed to ensuring everyone enjoys good quality of life - Muscat

'Labour speaking about things that matter, not scaring people'

‘No compensation’ for parents with no school transport

Minister says government commitment is to provide publicly-funded transport

Watch: 170 students still on mini-bus waiting list

Minister says no compensation will be offered to parents

Engineering warrant course should be approved by ‘independent foreign body’

Course aims to address lacuna that exists in current study units, Mcast says

Nurses want time frames for works at Mount Carmel to be cut shorter

Talks with government underway

Close to 2,000 hospitalised for excessive alcohol consumption

‘Paceville clinic still an idea’

We wanted Vitals work to 'progress faster' - Fearne

Orthopedic Ward inaugurated at Gozo General Hospital

Malta spend on fire protection lowest in Europe

Government dedicated €17 per person in 2017

ITU staff shortage prompts union directives

Nurses suffering from 'stress, anxiety and burnout'

Physio equipment, service very good, Fearne claims

Renovation works in the pipeline

Dentists get a new sectoral agreement

Public sector dentists get their first deal in more than 25 years

Watch: We can be more ambitious, says Brexit negotiator Barnier

EU's lead negotiator opens the door to the UK

‘Blowing whistle is still a challenge’ - Council of Europe

World Press Freedom Day being celebrated on Friday

'I don’t want Maltese workers picking up rubbish' - Muscat

Prime Minister, Opposition leader go head-to-head in first campaign debate

'Malta going backwards in fight against corruption' - EPP chief

Manfred Weber calls for strengthened rule of law mechanisms at EU level

Physiotherapy department is in a 'shambles'

Union threatens 'serious action' after failure to solve problems

Mount Carmel works timelines ‘next week’

Most of the hospital's wards have condemned ceilings