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Young Dutchman killed: Compilation of evidence continues

The court case of the 20-year-old driver who caused the death of a young Dutchman when he lost control of his car and mounted...

Record low number of asylum applications lodged in EU

Record low number of asylum applications lodged in EU8,730 asylum applications were registered in the EU+ in April, the lowest since at least 2008,...

‘Abnormal peak of sewage’ caused outflow in iċ-Ċumnija area – WSC

The reason behind the outflow of sewage into the sea at Ras il-Qammieħ, better known as iċ-Ċumnija area, was an abnormal spike of sewage...

Attorney General remains adamant in not publishing full inquiry

The Attorney General has not changed his mind about publishing the full inquiry report, despite calls from various sectors of society, the Leader of...

Curia, MUT sign collective agreement for church schools

Following intense negotiations, the Church Authorities and the Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) have agreed on a Collective Agreement for Church Schools which will...

No reply to FOI complaint following refusal to disclose Neville Gafa’s contract

Two months have elapsed since this newsroom filed a Freedom of Information (FOI) complaint seeking investigation and review from the Information and Data Protection...

25 years of excellent reputation broken by the few for their own financial interest...

25 years of Malta's excellent reputation is being broken by the few for their own financial interest, PN leader Adrian Delia said on Sunday...

Domestic violence: Random result producing risk assessment tool to continue being used

The DASH assessment tool, used for the establishment of the level of risk that victims of domestic violence and gender-based violence experience, and which...

Watch: Commotion erupts in Xarabank studio while adverts are on air

Commotion erupted in the studios of Xarabank on Friday evening while the show was off-air for commercials.Video of the footage which was sent to...

TMID Editorial: Banning single use plastics – Cleaning up our plastic act

It can never be stressed enough how the scourge of rubbish plaguing Malta’s streets and open spaces is a matter of dire concern, and...

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