The Malta Independent 20 January 2019, Sunday

Panama Papers: Latest judgement ‘exposes serious risks’ for Malta’s rule of law – David Casa

The latest judgement of the Criminal Court of Appeal on the Panama Papers inquiry "exposes the serious risks posed to the rule of law in Malta", says Nationalist MEP David Casa in a letter to the EU...

Aggression against teachers the tip of the iceberg, with many hidden factors behind it

Numerous factors behind aggressive behaviour “It is important to identify what triggers such aggressive behaviour in children so that we can find a way to treat the underlying...

New high-tech cranes to reduce noise pollution in Birzebbuga

The Malta Freeport Terminals showcased 15 newly-acquired Kone Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTG's) this morning, which, apart from being faster and safer than conventional cranes, are considerably...

Sea-Watch 3 rescues 47 people from drowning

On Saturday, the Sea-Watch 3 as part of the #united4med alliance has saved 47 people from drowning, including eight unaccompanied minors. Less than 24 hours earlier, over 100 shipwrecked people...

Aurobindo to invest €3 million in cancer research in Malta - Prime Minister

Indian company Aurobindo, which has operated in Malta for the past 15-years, is to invest and expand its research facilities, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced today. The announcement was...

Next stage of Smart City development to be decided on Thursday

The next stage in the development of Smart City which will mainly consist of a new building block is set to be discussed by the Planning authority Board this Thursday. The site forms part of the...

PN puts forward proposals to improve the sustainability of the agriculture sector

The Nationalist Party has put forward proposals to improve the sustainability of the agriculture sector, and help promote local produce. The proposals were put forward by PN MP Edwin Vassallo and...

Wild week over Brexit leaves British politics in crisis mode

Britain's Parliament is crumbling - shored up by scaffolding, patched by endless repairs. And after a week of upheaval over Brexit in the House of Commons and angry exchanges on the streets outside,...

Children seek MEP to champion their rights

Prospective MEP candidates today fielded tough questions from children on a series of sensitive matters as they sought to find the right contender to champion their rights in the European...

President Coleiro Preca receives honorary degree of doctor of laws from the University of Leicester

President of Malta Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca has been made an honorary graduate by the University of Leicester. The university bestowed the honorary degree at its graduation ceremony on Friday...

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