The Malta Independent 22 May 2015, Friday

Labour MPs to clash on Xarabank tonight over Zonqor Point University development

Tenacious Labour MP Marlene Farrugia will be fighting her own corner tonight on Xarabank, which will be discussing the controversial ‘University of the South’ development at Zonqor...

Jason Micallef blames PBS CEO Anton Attard for Eurovision song contest elimination

Valletta 18 chairman Jason Micallef pointed his fingers at PBS chief executive officer Anton Attard following Malta’s elimination from the Eurovision Song Contest final. Posting a photo of...

PM must come clean on Zonqor Point, he has united a movement against him – Busuttil

The Prime Minister must come clean on Zonqor Point and say whether he is really ready to listen to people and move the ‘University of the South’ to a different location. Speaking at a...

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Growing divergence between regions and national economies is eurozone fundamental issue - Sant

Former Prime Minister Alfred Sant told the European Parliament in Strasbourg that the fundamental problem facing the eurozone,  beyond economic stagnation, is the growing economic divergences...

Mattia Preti's old Valletta house to be refurbished and leased out through a tender

Mattia Preti's old house in Valletta is to be leased out, renovated and put to use government announced today. Parliamentary Secretary Michael Falzon and Parliamentary Secretary Jose Herrera...

Watch: Amber gives a good rendition of the song Warrior but doesn't make it to the final

Amber gave a very good rendition of her song Warrior in tonight's semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest. Amber needs to place 10th or above out of 17 entries if she is to qualify for Saturday...

Italy on high alert as mystery surrounds movements of Tunisia terror attack suspect caught in Milan

The mystery over the migrant-turned-suspect in Tunisia's Bardo Museum massacre intensified Thursday amid questions about his alleged involvement and his movements in Italy after arriving with a...

Three tanks, two chimneys and other structures to be pulled down at Marsa Power Station

The Mepa board today approved the partial surrender of the IPPC permit for the Marsa Power Station. According to the application that was approved this will affect three tanks: Tank 1 will be...

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