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  1. Delia pays his taxes, with a little help from the in-laws

    Opposition leader Adrian Delia received a little help from his in-laws in settling an €80,000 pending tax bill, after they bought out a promise-of-sale agreement he had signed several years ago for an €88,000 property adjacent to his Siġġiewi...

  2. Transcripts alleging visa fraud by OPM official presented in court

    Transcripts of a number of Libyans claiming they bought visas from an official in the Office of the Prime Minister were submitted in court on Monday. The transcripts, along with a hefty document detailing how the alleged racket was conducted, were...

  3. Death trap: Gozo’s main artery

    The heart cannot function properly unless its main artery does. In practically the same sense, Mġarr Road is the main artery to the rest of Gozo. One stretch of it, however, is prone to blocking: it is a hotspot for traffic accidents. The road...

  4. Lucrative direct orders for Air Malta chairman, top Labour official

    Air Malta chairman Charles Mangion and Labour organising secretary William Lewis have landed lucrative direct orders to provide their services to the government without any competition. Details of the latest direct orders dished out by the Health...

  5. Minister renominates rejected magistrate for promotion

    The government has put the Judiciary Appointments Committee under intense pressure after Justice Minister Owen Bonnici resubmitted the name of rejected Magistrate Consuelo Scerri Herrera for promotion, The Sunday Times of Malta is informed. The...

  6. Gozo Channel turned down Virtu bid despite it costing less than half the price

    Updated 1pm - Added Gozo Channel statement  Virtu Ferries was by far the cheapest and the most technically compliant option for a fast ferry service for Gozo Channel, according to the final report of the evaluation committee set up to select a...

  7. Three hospitalised following early morning crash outside Rabat

    Updated 9.10am - Updated medical condition Three young men were taken to hospital early on Sunday morning following a car crash on the outskirts of Rabat.The crash happened at around 4.50am and involved a Ford Fiesta and a Land Rover, with the...

  8. 'I never stayed at a hotel': Konrad Mizzi's wife Sai testifies in libel case

    Konrad Mizzi’s wife confirmed in court on Monday that she regularly travelled to Malta with the couple's children and always stayed at her husband's Sliema residence. Sai Mizzi Liang was testifying via Skype call in the course of libel proceedings...

  9. Five people injured as car overturns in Burmarrad

    Updated at 6pm Five people were hospitalised on Sunday after the car they were in overturned in Triq Burmarrad at 3.30pm. Their condition are not yet known. The police said the car was being driven by a 52-year-old man from Marsa. His passengers...

  10. No country will order Malta around on migration - Muscat

    No country will order us around no matter the relationship Malta has with them, Joseph Muscat said on Sunday, referring to this week’s standoff with Italy about 629 migrants stranded on a humanitarian ship. The Prime Minister reiterated on One...

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