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Malta refuse allegations that it broke international rules – government

Malta strongly refutes allegations in some reports quoting organisations saying that Malta broke international rules when directing rescued migrants to be disembarked in Tunisia....

28-year-old man being caught with more than 1.5kg of cannabis in Mosta

A 28-year-old man residing in Mosta was yesterday arrested by the Drug Squad after being found in possession of more than 1.5kg of suspected...

Symbolic fine to PC repair man who took back computers he was never paid...

A court has handed a symbolic fine of €5 to a PC repair man who took the law into his own hands when he...

Scicluna is living on a different planet, he cannot escape reality of EBA report...

PN Leader Adrian Delia said today that Finance Minister Edward Scicluna was “living on a different planet”, in a press conference held this afternoon,...

Man caught transporting cigarettes on which no excise duty was paid

A man was caught transporting cigarettes on which no excise duty was paid, the police said.In a statement, the police said a man was...

World’s first blockchain and cryptocurrency stock exchange inaugurated in Malta

The world's first blockchain and cryptocurrency stock exchange has been inaugurated in Malta, with the Malta Stock Exchange also announcing the creation of a...

‘FIAU to give a strong legal reply to EBA’ – Scicluna criticises ‘unfair’ treatment...

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has jumped to defend the embattled Financial Investigations Audit Office (FIAU), telling journalists that the body would give a strong...

Malta given two months to transpose anti-money laundering laws or face European Court of...

Malta, along with Latvia and Spain,  was today given two months to fully transpose the European Union’s 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive into national law,...

INDEPTH: More people going to church out of conviction than out of convenience...

More people go to church out of conviction then out of convenience, Malta’s Auxiliary Bishop elect, Joseph Galea Curmi, said. Interviewed by The Malta...

American movies by far the most popular among Maltese cinemagoers

American-made films dominated the local cinema scene last year, according to figures published by the National Statistics Office.Last year, cinemas registered a total of...

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