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  1. Luciano Busuttil not seeking re-election, fed up of being 'treated like a prostitute' for votes

    Former Labour MP Luciano Busuttil has explained why he will not seek a return to parliament and its "uncomfortable" green seats. Dr Busuttil was elected to the House in 2008 and 2013  and was chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the...

  2. Malta facing hefty cut in EU funding

    Malta risks losing hundreds of millions of euros in EU funds after 2020 if fresh proposals by Brussels for the upcoming seven-year budget materialise, the Times of Malta is informed. EU leaders, including Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, meet...

  3. Climate change may push Malta 'beyond breaking point'

    Valletta will be one of the European cities worst hit by drought and heatwaves as a result of climate change, potentially pushing the country “beyond breaking point”, according to a new landmark study. Newcastle University researchers analysed...

  4. PN councillor in Marsascala resigns from party

    Charlot Cassar has resigned from the Nationalist Party but said he would continue to serve in the Marsascala council as an independent councillor. "My primary duty is to be fair and just with the people that I serve. To do that, my primary loyalty...

  5. Confusion, congestion, dust..and dead cats at Mrieħel

    It may have aspirations of transforming itself into an upmarket financial district, but the Mrieħel industrial area today looks more like a neglected dumping ground than a future Canary Wharf. A walk around the area – which hosts some 6,000...

  6. St George's Bay mega-development gets green light

    The Planning Authority has given the go-ahead for a mega-development at St George’s Bay, despite pending concerns over the largest underground cave in Malta, which lies nearby.  The project, by developer Anton Camilleri, stretches from Cresta Quay...

  7. Another resignation, another judicial protest, over ‘irresponsible behaviour’ by Sadeen

    An Englishman who swapped ‘a steady employment with the Sheffield Hallam University’ for an enticing post as ‘assistant director admissions’ with the American University of Malta has resorted to a legal remedy after his new job ended up in...

  8. Watch: PA approves airport terminal extension, three new Skyparks blocks

    The Planning Authority has given the go-ahead for a masterplan for an extension of the airport terminal and other buildings on the airport car park, with parking being moved underground. Three blocks will be built on the lines of the existing...

  9. Man hit by coach luggage door as he replaces truck's tyre

    A 41-year-old man from Żurrieq was seriously injured when he was reportedly hit by the luggage door of a coach while changing the tyre of a truck. The accident happened at about 2 pm on Buqana Road, which runs below Mdina. People on the scene said...

  10. Minister orders probe into leakage of deceased people's details to funeral directors

    The Health Minister has instructed Mater Dei Hospital’s CEO to look into reports of deceased patients’ personal details reaching funeral directors and to keep the police informed. The son of a patient who died at Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre...

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