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  1. Mellieħa Bay Hotel to be demolished

    All employees at Mellieħa Bay Hotel have been notified of their forthcoming redundancy amid a plan to demolish the complex and replace it by a brand new five-star resort. A company spokesman told The Sunday Times of Malta that the existing complex...

  2. Hundreds of Turkish workers start Fortina project on minimum wage

    Some 300 Turkish construction workers have been deployed to Tigné in Sliema, signalling the start of a new wave of third-country nationals imported to work on massive construction jobs on the island.  Following reports by The Sunday Times of Malta...

  3. Millions at stake in wrangle over Malta firm

    Shareholders in a Maltese company behind a Russian online retail giant are locked in million-euro legal battles that have been playing out in London, the British Virgin Islands (BVI), Russia and Malta. The Russian online retail giant Ulmart is...

  4. PL did meet data mining group, UK parliament insists; 'Not true,' says government

    A UK parliament report about disinformation and fake news has flagged “dealings” it says Malta's Labour Party had in 2013 with the group that set up the notorious data-mining company Cambridge Analytica. The claim, concerning PL involvement with...

  5. Badly decomposed corpse found in St Paul's Bay residence

    Updated 9.30pm The badly-decomposed corpse of a woman has been found in a residence in St Paul's Bay by the police. Sources said that the body was that of a 69-year-old Briton resident in Malta.  According to unconfirmed reports, the woman was...

  6. Tunnels, trains, and tarmac: Muscat details plans for infrastructure of the future

    The Malta-Gozo tunnel will allow the government to introduce free buses linking the sister isle to the airport, Mater Dei Hospital and other strategic locations across the mainland, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Sunday. “We were going to...

  7. Foreign patients at Mater Dei: what you need to know

    A system that allows hospital authorities to automatically know whether a person is entitled to free healthcare is in the pipeline. This would make collecting dues from these patients more efficient. As things stand, those without a Maltese ID...

  8. Paraglider stranded after crashing into cliff face

    A paraglider was lucky to escape injury on Sunday afternoon when he crashed into the cliff face at Mtaħleb. The man ended up dangling from the chute which was stuck to the rocks, but he was pulled up safely by a team from the Civil Protection...

  9. Watch: An assault rifle bullet... the cure for a gay man

    The "cure" for gay entertainer Chucky Bartolo is an assault rifle's bullet to put him out of his misery, according to one of several hate messages he has received over the past months. Another social media user believes Mr Bartolo has mental...

  10. One year on, Valletta ditch public garden formally inaugurated

    More than a year after it was planned to be completed, the Valletta ditch public garden was inaugurated by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat in a ceremony on Monday.“This place was once a neglected car park with poor accessibility, lacking in light and...

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