Marlene Mizzi will not seek European Parliament re-election

Marlene Mizzi will not seek European Parliament re-election

Labour MEP Marlene Mizzi has decided not to seek re-election when the European Parliament elections are held this time next year. Ms Mizzi has been an MEP since 2013. She said on Facebook and in an interview on It-Torċa that her decision was not an easy one, but everything had a beginning and an end, and it had not been easy for her to live in four places...

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Libyan rivals set for crunch Paris talks to break political deadlock

Libyan rivals will meet on Tuesday in Paris to agree on a political roadmap that aims to resolve disputed issues...

Cardona fails to explain frequent solo ‘business trips’ abroad

The trips, usually short, have taken the minister to Russia, Ukraine, Dubai and Monaco, among other places

Mother of all thunderstorms hits the UK

UK was struck by lightning between 15,000 and 20,000 times

Property owners angry as new law 'reverses court judgement'

Proposed law 'making a mockery of the judiciary and the rule of law”.

Today's front pages - Sunday May 27

The top stories in Malta's Sunday newspapers

EMIN Bus tours Gozo

The EMIN Bus (European Minimum Income Journey) was in Gozo as part of a European tour campaign targeting 32...

Students participate in Career Stories

The Bishop’s Conservatory Secondary School organised its third edition of Career Stories in Victoria....

Xagħra deacon pledges loyalty

[attach id=650651 size="medium" align="right"][/attach] Deacon Joseph Hili of Xagħra (front row,...

Feel the Magic at Villa Rundle

Feel the Magic – a concert by Chorus Urbanus kicked off a special weekend of celebration at Villa...

Fun Walk raises €3,000

The sum of €3,000 was raised during a Fun Walk in aid of Puttinu Cares organised by the Gozo General...

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For your diary

• Munxar parish will today open Gozo’s festive season with the titular feast of St Paul’s...

Man falls as balcony balustrades give way in Qrendi

48-year-old gravely injured

Vandal damages famous Russian painting, blames it on vodka

'I wanted to leave, but then I drank 100 grams of vodka'

President ‘must abide’ by minister’s advice

Controversy over law students' warrants continues

Two motorcyclists crash on Coast Road

One rider grievously hurt, while the other emerges unscathed

Ireland's landslide vote for abortion represents a seismic shift in social attitudes

Every age group except for over-65s voted in favour of relaxing abortion laws

Go easy in enforcing new data privacy laws, GRTU urges authorities

SME lobby says GDPR legislation is 'cumbersome'

More than 100 new counsellors receive their warrants

Family Minister praises his predecessor for introducing 2016 legal changes

Victoria Lines restoration works are under way

Repairs target most critical parts of 19th-century fortifications

Fireworks factory blast in Salini leaves two badly injured

Afternoon explosion rocks factory on outskirts of Naxxar