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Renowned University of Malta anthropologist Professor Paul Clough passes away

Renowned University of Malta anthropologist Professor Paul Clough has passed away.Prof. Clough was chief editor of the International Journal of Mediterranean Studies published twice...

Three Algerian men arrested in connection with thefts

Three Algerian men were arrested by the police in Valletta this morning in connection with thefts, the police said in a statement.The three men,...

PN general council: The pros and cons of the yes and no factions

The extarordinary general council of the Nationalist Party started this morning with two speeches delivered from the two opposing camps, the faction supporting the...

Delia advocates unity as party councillors give him standing ovation in opening speech

PN Leader Adrian Delia received a standing ovation during his opening speech at the PN’s general council, where he faces a vote of confidence.Councillors...

TMID Editorial: Environment – World War Tree

The country is at war. Only this time we are not fighting the Germans, the French or the Turks. This time, the enemies are...

Italian caught assembling ring to traffic cocaine to Europe through Malta in coffee bean...

A drug trafficker wanted by the Italian authorities for his role in a transnational criminal organisation that trafficked notoriously “poor quality” cocaine to Malta...

Fiscal data for the first half of 2019 in line with targets – government

The Ministry for Finance today welcome the latest Government Finance Data, published by the National Statistics Office (NSO), which shows that for the first...

New York: Twin babies found dead after being left in car for 8 hours

 A father has been charged in the deaths of infants twins who were apparently left in a car for eight hours while he put...

Italy: Man fined for repairing pavement out of own pocket without council permit

A man who repaired the pavement in front of his own home out of his own pocket has been fined by the local council...

New specialisation training for government employed pharmacists

All pharmacists employed with the Department of Health will be provided with new opportunities to specialise and advance in their profession. These new opportunities...

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