Articles by: Claire Caruana

Actor John Suda stripped of teacher’s warrant after indecent assault verdict

Veteran actor, 66, was handed 12-month jail sentence suspended for two years

Engineers question Mcast course, consider legal action against the government

A report auditing the Mcast programme has yet to be made public

Watch - Muscat: Government met with “queues of investors” in India

Economy Minister Chris Cardona “had to stay longer” as a result

Influenza, swine flu outbreak packs Mater Dei hospital

Hospital is "very close to capacity" - government

Scholarship applicants confused by government’s appeals claim

Results yet to be published

Scholarship applicants left in limbo, months after courses begin

Questions on what caused the delay remained unanswered

Swine flu outbreak: what happens now?

Epidemic concerns reignited

Over 500 complaints received by disability commission

Highest number of complaints were against the government

Daphne’s son appeals for 17 Black information

Matthew Caruana Galizia publishes account details on social media

Henley and Partners downgrades Malta’s passport ranking

Puts island in ninth place

‘Grace period’ for rubbish bag fines coming to an end

No word on fines imposed on collectors for mixing rubbish

2018 another record year, says Police Commissioner

Crime rate dropped 14.2 per cent in 2018

17 Black investigations: ‘The police cannot inform the public about every case’

Commissioner refuses to give details

Simon Schembri named Police Officer of the Year

He was selected by his colleagues

‘Stubbornness’ claim dismissed by union as probation officer dispute continues

Dispute has dragged for weeks

Malta has Europe's second-highest rate of police officers

Over 500 officers per 100,000 inhabitants

Beat the flu: Milder but longer season to peak in coming days

Assistance should initially be sought at primary healthcare facilities

Only five drivers were tested for alcohol on New Year's Eve

Breathalyser tests can only be conducted if there is reasonable suspicion driver has been drinking

Government ‘disappointed by union stubbornness’ as industrial action by probation officers continues

Industrial action by probation officers has dragged into its third month, with the government saying it is...

Allow random breathalyser tests, 'sceptical' insurers say

Roads ‘need a strong deterrent in the form of police presence’

Taxis becoming more popular after a night out

Most people using taxis are planning ahead

Probation officers to step up industrial action soon

Directives were issued a month ago

Delia vows to find those 'taking advantage' of his personal troubles

PN leader says he will take action if necessary

Motorbike deaths more than double in a year

72 motorcycle accidents with grievous injuries in first 9 months

Tributes pour in for young motorcyclist killed in collision with truck

Nolan Farrugia was a maritime engineering student