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  • 'I said nothing extraordinary': Jason Azzopardi insists there's no problem with Delia

    'I said nothing extraordinary': Jason Azzopardi insists there's no problem with Delia

    Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi has downplayed tensions between himself and party leader Adrian Delia, saying people were “making a fuss when I said nothing extraordinary”. Dr Delia spoke directly about the MP during an interview on Net TV on...

  • More cars will cancel out Central Link project benefits

    More cars will cancel out Central Link project benefits

    Reductions in travel time and vehicle emissions as a result of the planned Central Link road upgrade project will be largely cancelled out by increases in the number of cars in the coming decades, environmental studies show. An environmental...

  • Man in critical condition after car accident

    Man in critical condition after car accident

    A 63-year-old man from Marsascala is in a critical condition after he was hit by a car in Għaxaq on Friday morning as he was crossing the road. The police said the accident happened in Triq Dawret Ħal-Għaxaq at 6am. The man was hit by a Ford...

  • Today's front pages - January 18, 2019

    Today's front pages - January 18, 2019

    These are the main stories in Friday’s newspapers. Times of Malta says an outbreak of swine flu has been reported at Mater Dei Hospital and St Vincent de Paul Residence. In another story, it says a unanimous declaration of support for Nationalist...

  • Israeli museum removing 'McJesus' after Christian protests

    Israeli museum removing 'McJesus' after Christian protests

    An art exhibit depicting a fast-food clown nailed to a cross is to be taken off display at an Israeli art museum following protests and demands for its removal by Christians. The mayor of the northern port city of Haifa, where the artwork has been...

  • Swine flu outbreak at Mater Dei hospital, St Vincent de Paul

    Swine flu outbreak at Mater Dei hospital, St Vincent de Paul

    An outbreak of swine flu has been reported at Mater Dei Hospital and St Vincent de Paul Residence, Times of Malta has learnt.  Read: Swine flu outbreak - what happens now? Sources said more than 30 patients were being treated for the potentially...

  • Calm after the storm

    Calm after the storm

    Following this week’s stormy weather and rough seas which caused the Gozo ferry service to operate from behind Comino, the Malita is seen leaving the Mġarr port in very different conditions.

  • Prime Minister in bilateral talks with Indian counterpart

    Prime Minister in bilateral talks with Indian counterpart

    Updated at 11.30am Prime Minister Joseph Muscat held a bilateral meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi during the Vibrant Gujarat 2019 summit in Ahmedabat, Gurjarat. During the meeting, the two premiers discussed several points of...

  • Regretful Brexit backers lobby for another vote

    Regretful Brexit backers lobby for another vote

    Britons who have changed their minds since voting to leave the European Union in 2016 are among those uniting to call for another chance to reverse the decision. These "Remainer now" voters, former Brexit supporters, are adding their voices to the...

  • Two planes collide at Malta airport, no injuries reported

    Two planes collide at Malta airport, no injuries reported

    Updated on Friday at 9.50am with MIA, Ryanair statements Two passenger planes collided at Malta International Airport on Thursday night, though nobody on board was injured.  Ryanair said on Friday one of its aircraft was taxiing to stand at Malta...

  • Trump grounds Speaker's plane in tit-for-tat

    Trump grounds Speaker's plane in tit-for-tat

    President Donald Trump clipped the wings of Democratic party leader Nancy Pelosi on Thursday, scrapping her foreign travel plans in a new twist to the government shutdown feud. Pelosi had suggested postponing Trump's January 29 State of the Union...

  • Court redress over requisitioned property in Malta ‘effective in theory, not in practice’

    Court redress over requisitioned property in Malta ‘effective in theory, not in practice’

    Although constitutional redress proceedings were an effective remedy in theory, they were not so in practice, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in two cases involving requisitioned properties in Paola and Qormi. In the circumstances, it...

  • Left at the mercy of nature - Marsalforn breakwater still awaits rebuilding

    Left at the mercy of nature - Marsalforn breakwater still awaits rebuilding

    Pledges of a rebuilding of the Marsalforn breakwater are being taken with a pinch of salt as successive governments fail to deliver. This sentiment was palpable a few days ago when restaurant owners and residents of the Gozitan seaside village...

  • Car driven by Prince Philip, 97, overturns in traffic accident

    Car driven by Prince Philip, 97, overturns in traffic accident

    Queen Elizabeth II's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip emerged unscathed after being involved in a road traffic accident near the monarch's Sandringham Estate on Thursday, Buckingham Palace said in a statement. "The Duke of Edinburgh was involved...

  • UK PM May seeks Brexit fix in crisis talks - impossible - to rule out 'no deal'

    UK PM May seeks Brexit fix in crisis talks - impossible - to rule out 'no deal'

    British Prime Minister Theresa May scrambled to put together a new Brexit strategy on Thursday after MPs rejected her EU divorce deal and demanded that she rule out a potentially disastrous "no-deal" split. The world's fifth-largest economy is in...

  • Father-of-12 denies pushing wife down the stairs

    Father-of-12 denies pushing wife down the stairs

    A father-of-12 was granted bail on Thursday after pleading not guilty to slightly injuring his wife in the course of one of the couple’s reportedly frequent quarrels. The man, 46, whose identity is not to be revealed in the interests of his...

  • Police issue call for information on 'wanted' man

    Police issue call for information on 'wanted' man

    A man wanted by the police, David Liniker Micallef, 31,is missing He is usually seen around Bilrkirkara. The police said anyone having information about him should contact them on  21 224001 or 119. People may also call anonymously. 

  • Edward Scicluna playing the three monkeys amid Vitals concerns - de Marco

    Edward Scicluna playing the three monkeys amid Vitals concerns - de Marco

    The Nationalist Party has criticised the finance minister for having played down serious concerns on the Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) deal. "Rather than protecting the taxpayer as he is duty bound to do, Edward Scicluna yet again opted to...

  • Italy's Berlusconi says he will run for European Parliament

    Italy's Berlusconi says he will run for European Parliament

    Italy's scandal-plagued former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi announced Thursday that he will run in May's European Parliament election, in yet another comeback bid for the 82-year-old billionaire. Berlusconi, who lost out in Italy's elections...

  • PN ethics committee remains in limbo

    PN ethics committee remains in limbo

    The Nationalist Party’s consultative committee on ethics and proper conduct was not reconstituted after Adrian Delia was elected leader, the Times of Malta has learnt. This newspaper asked the PN for the names of the five members sitting on the...

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