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  1. Multi-million tuna racket traced to Maltese waters

    Updated 1.30 with government reaction A network of 79 individuals allegedly illegally selling bluefin tuna caught in Malta was busted in an operation involving enforcement agencies from a number of countries, the Times of Malta has learned. More...

  2. Sagrada Familia fined €35m for having no permit for 130 years

    Barcelona’s world-famous Sagrada Familia basilica must pay an eye-watering €35 million in planning fines after authorities realised that it has had no permit since construction works began more than 130 years ago.The basilica, which has famously...

  3. Two-thirds fail cryptocurrency agents exam

    Nearly two-thirds of those applying for cryptocurrency agent certification failed the official assessment process despite last-second changes intended to boost the pass rate. Under the Virtual Financial Assets (VFA) Act coming into force in...

  4. Boy driver in stolen car arrested after driving at police

    A 17-year-old boy seen driving a stolen car was arrested by the police late on Wednesday after a car chase. A young woman who was with him fled the scene but was arrested shortly after. The police said on Thursday that officers of the Rapid...

  5. Wardens become 'community officers', get new uniforms

    New uniforms for local wardens - now renamed community officers - were unveiled on Thursday as part of an ongoing rebranding aimed at salvaging their reputation.The new uniforms comprise white shirts and blue ties, blazers and hats for both male...

  6. Stop chasing information on Cardona's Monaco trip - ministry

    Any requests for further information on a trip Economy Minister Chris Cardona  made to Monaco should be withdrawn, the Times of Malta was told. The ministry’s permanent secretary, Nancy Caruana, said the information sought by Times of Malta had...

  7. No bail for underage driver, as teen follows his father's wishes

    Updated at 1.45pm An underage driver who allegedly drove at police officers after they spotted him driving a stolen car will remain behind bars after he declined to request bail.   The teen was arrested late on Wednesday after Rapid Intervention...

  8. Daphne memorial returns

    Updated 9.20pm A makeshift memorial to Daphne Caruana Galizia reappeared on Friday evening after all traces of it were removed from the Great Siege Memorial site, only two days after they were placed there to mark one year since her murder and for...

  9. Sufficient grounds for former Dalli aide Silvio Zammit to go on trial

    There are sufficient grounds for former John Dalli canvasser Silvio Zammit to be sent to trial, a magistrate ruled on Thursday. The former aide and canvasser to European Commissioner John Dalli stands accused of seeking two bribes, including a €60...

  10. No wheels on this bus: 'walking school bus' gets going

    A local council in Safi will try to encourage parents to beat the morning traffic by creating a "walking school bus". A walking bus is a form of student transport for schoolchildren who, chaperoned by two adults, walk to school along a set route,...

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