Retired army officer to contest MEP elections

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Only one warranted child psychologist in public health

Malta has just four psychologists per 100,000 people in public health

Man injured in crane accident

A 54-year-old man was grievously injured in an occupational accident in Ta’ Xbiex on Thursday. The...

European Commissioner for Education in Malta

He will attend series of meetings, events

Activists file police report demanding 17 Black probe

'Facts' about money laundering worrying the nation

Worker injured at towers construction site

Accident happened in Mrieħel at about 8am

Żabbar hold-up suspect arraigned, kept behind bars

Suspect to be given help because of drug problem

Cardona points to inquiry in defence of Schembri and Mizzi, denies it has stalled

Minister laments "lies" made against him, PM

Busy, but encouraging 10 months for the Customs Department

The past 10 months have been busy, and the results have been encouraging, the Customs Department said on...

‘Cannot say if power station businessmen approached PL’ - Anġlu Farrugia

Dr Farrugia had raised the alarm about big contractors and businessmen getting too close to the Labour Party

OPM backs Konrad Mizzi decision to only invite selected media

Government events a 'right, not a privilege' - IĠM

Seminar on reporting in the digital age

Deutsche Welle political correspondent to steer discussion

Priest in Porsche was a ‘regional display of joy’ - Gozo Curia

Tradition in certain Gozitan villages for new parish priest to be paraded through the streets

Ex-Transport Malta official gets €100,000 consultancy

Engaged by the Lands Authority after leaving TM

Today's front pages - November 15, 2018

The top stories in Malta's newspapers

GWU silent on president’s conflict

Victor Carachi serves as consultant to state agency MIMCOL

Press freedom organisations reiterate 'serious concerns' about Malta's freedom of expression

Civil society groups submit report to UN human rights review

Students at Barts Medical School rise to 59

Indications that 19 students enrolled during school's second year

Prime Minister in Macedonia

Malta's first state visit to the Balkan state

Arrivals from Poland rising steadily

Country becomes Malta's fifth largest source market