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  1. Russia tried to buy tear gas, riot gear from Malta, cancels ship dock request - report

    Russia has withdrawn a request to dock a warship in Malta, amid suspicions it was trying to purchase riot gear and gas canisters on the island, a report has claimed.  The 7,570-tonne Severomorsk, with a crew of more than 400 is believed to be...

  2. Bizarre resurfacing job was a unique case – roads agency

    A photo of a parked car surrounded by freshly-laid tarmac has done the rounds on social media amid questions on certain work practices being adopted during road resurfacing jobs. Infrastructure Malta, which was responsible for the job, insisted...

  3. Plans for Fino showroom to rise to 18 floors in Mrieħel

    The Fino showroom in Mrieħel could be set for redevelopment into a massive office and commercial development rising to 18 floors, as the industrial area continues its transformation into a high-rise business hub. Fino and Sons Ltd, one of the...

  4. Malta plummets 12 places in press freedom league

    Press freedom in Malta continued deteriorating, with the country falling 12 places in an index being published by Reporters Without Borders on Thursday. Malta had already dropped 18 places in the 2018 World Press Freedom Index last year. This...

  5. Dog fights ring may be back in Malta

    The police are investigating the possible return of an underground dog fighting ring. The spectre of illegal dog fighting was raised in Parliament on Tuesday by Opposition MP Mario Galea who said he had been shocked to learn the heinous form of...

  6. Rich vs poor: Donations row shatters French unity over Notre-Dame

    France's culture minister pleaded Thursday for an end to the controversy over the 850 million euros (950 million dollars) pledged to restore Notre-Dame cathedral, which critics have suggested would be better spent on the poor. Some of France's...

  7. Journalist shot dead in N.Ireland in 'terrorist incident'

    Updated 6.30pm A journalist was shot dead during riots in Northern Ireland in what police Friday were treating as a terrorist incident following the latest upsurge in violence to shake the troubled region. "Lyra McKee was murdered during...

  8. No cooking at €4m state-of-the-art kitchen at St Vincent de Paul

    A new €4 million state-of-the-art kitchen inaugurated almost a year ago at St Vincent De Paul Residence has never been used to prepare meals for residents and staff, Times of Malta is informed. Instead, food is being supplied by contractor James...

  9. Fairy lights - a stark reality for Victoria council

    A court has dismissed a claim by Victoria local council, Gozo, that it was not liable for an electricity bill for fairy lights installed on trees in its main square.  The council had sued Arms Ltd to insist it was not responsible for the...

  10. Announcements - April 18, 2019

    Obituaries ELLUL. On April 16, VICTOR, passed away peacefully, aged 89, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his beloved children, Roberta, Marianne and Pierre and his wife Anika, his grandchildren Sean, Christopher,...

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