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President ‘surprised’ her name associated with hate groups on social media

President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca said today she was surprised to discover that her name was in some way associated with hate groups on...

MEP Miriam Dalli presents ambitious proposals to reduce new vehicle CO2 emissions across EU

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli today presented very ambitious proposals to reduce CO2 emissions from new vehicles in the coming years, however some representatives from...

Law report: The performance of a contract and the principle of pacta sunt servanda

In the case Concorde Developments Limited v B. Grima and Sons Limited decided by the Court of Appeal on the 8 March 2018, the...

TMID Editorial: Labour’s lack of ethics – Silvio Schembri’s nasty comment

Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Schembri has added his name to the list of Labour politicians who offended others with their words and got away with...

ERA to prepare strategy to tackle single-use plastic

The government has asked the Environment and Resources Authority to draw up a strategy and legal framework to effectively address the use of single-use...

Publication of Swiss Leaks PEP list would be illegal – Scicluna; PM had promised...

The publication of the names of politically exposed persons (PEPs) found listed in the Swiss Leaks would be illegal, Minister for Finance Edward Scicluna...

Maltese people live in parents’ home longer than anyone else in the EU

Maltese people are taking the longest time, when compared to other EU countries, to leave their parent’s home, the latest Eurostat figures for 2017...

Economic growth is no guarantee of a better quality of life – PD

Prime public real estate including the former its site, a public car park and an adjoining stretch of road was all but donated to...

Two men arrested after attempted break-in

Two men were arrested by the police after an attempted break-in into a shop in Attard, the police said.Rapid Intervention Unit and Attard district...

Who owns 17 Black, Prime Minister? – protest on Castills steps

Seventeen women clad in black stood on the steps of Castille, the office of Malta’s Prime Minister, holding cards reading “Who Owns 17 Black?”...

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