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Over 50 kilos of cocaine, worth around €5.6m, found hidden in shipping containers

Over 50 kilos of cocaine worth around €5.8 million has been discovered in two containers at the Freeport, the Customs Department said.The find comes...

Malta to kickstart process to get new e-ID cards and e-passports by end of...

In her address to the Reconnaissance High Security Printing Conference being held in Malta, Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms, Citizenship and Simplification of Administrative Processes...

Ornis committee turns down FKNK proposal to lift moratorium on shooting of turtle dove

A proposal by the hunting federation to lift the moratorium on the shooting of turtle dove during the upcoming spring hunting season was today...

Man accused of attacking, threatening father in family argument

A man has been remanded in custody after allegedly attacking and threatening his father in a family argument over money, with his lawyer accusing...

Two men accused of drug trafficking charges get suspended sentences

In separate judgments handed down today, two men accused of drug trafficking charges who faced lengthy prison sentences were handed suspended sentences instead, as...

Government proposes an increase of 12 women MPs

A consultative document published by the government today proposes an increase of 12 women in Malta’s Parliament.This will take effect as from the next...

Man who fled execution in Iran given suspended sentence

A man who renounced his Islamic faith and fled a death sentence in Iran using a false passport, has been handed a suspended sentence...

PD requests extension of voter registration period

Partit Demokratiku believes that EU nationals residing in Malta need to be correctly informed on how to register to vote, and that the registration...

Controversial copyright directive given the final green light by EU Parliament

The controversial copyright directive which critics say could change the internet as we know it has been given the final go-ahead by the European...

European Parliament backs proposal to end switch between summer and winter time in 2021

MEPs voted to end the practice of adjusting clocks by an hour in spring and autumn from 2021.EU countries that decide to keep their...

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