The Malta Independent 4 December 2016, Sunday

Emergency instructions for residents remain unchanged despite switchover to gas

Residents of Marsaxlokk and Birzebbuga this week received a card with instructions they should follow in case of an emergency at the LNG power station across the water but is no cause for...

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Action at last! €1,500 fine if you walk on or jump off the Azure Window in Dwejra

Environment Minister Jose Herrera announced today that an emergency conservation order has been issued for the Azure Window site, and anyone walking on top of the structure, or the area by the sea...

Life Network Foundation holds candlelight march for life

The Life Network Foundation Malta this evening organised the second edition of the Malta Stand Up for Life march, a continuation of the campaign by local pro-life groups to defend life from...

Watch: Chris Fearne non-committal on whether full contract should be shown to Simon Busuttil

Health Minister Chris Fearne was non-committal in his answers to questions posed by The Malta Independent, as to whether the full government-Vitals Global Healthcare contracts should be shown to the...

Church Environment Commission hits out against gentlemen's clubs in master plan submissions

The Church Environment Commission today called for the revision of the controversial Paceville master plan and insisted that the plan placed economic gain before the wellbeing of residents....

Santa’s Swim in aid of L-Istrina at the Grand Hotel Excelsior

For the fifth year running, the Grand Hotel Excelsior team members organised a Santa’s Swim. Colleagues, guests and members of the public were invited to swim in the clear, chilly waters of...

Parliamentary Secretary’s replies on Sicilian boat held in Malta raise even more questions

Replies sent by the Parliamentary Secretariat for fishing on the case of a Sicilian fishing boat which was held in Malta for a number of days this week have raised even more questions. According...

PM pays tribute to Raymond Caruana, says political violence should be confined to the past

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat yesterday visited the grave of Raymond Caruana, who was shot dead inside the Gudja PN club 30 years ago.  Dr Muscat laid a wreath at the foot of the grave.  In a...

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