The Malta Independent 2 March 2015, Monday

Café Premier bailout ‘stinks of corruption’ - Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil

The government's decision to pay €4.2 million to buy back the lease on Café Premier when it could have simply evicted the lessee through the courts 'stinks of corruption,' according to...

Watch: New Archbishop to address Church’s financial situation, aims to tackle dissenting priests

Archbishop-elect Charles Scicluna is set on tackling the Church’s dire financial situation but any cost cutting will not affect id-Dar tal-Providenza or Caritas, he says.  Mgr Scicluna said...

Elderly patients transferred to SVPR in such a bad state they died a few hours later

A number of elderly patients have been transferred to Saint Vincent de Paule Residence (SVPR) for the elderly in such a bad state of health that they died shortly after, this paper can reveal....

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SHout spokesman Mark Sultana calls for more debates with ‘Iva’ campaign

The Spring Hunting Out campaign this afternoon called on the ‘Iva’ campaign to start debating the real issues of the spring hunting referendum. SHout spokesman Mark Sultana addressed the...

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‘There should be no us-and-them when it comes to treating injured Libyans’ – Libyan aid worker

A Libyan aid worker – who is a representative of the committee for the injured in Tripoli – said that politics should not enter into the equation when it comes to treating injured Libyan...

Malta issued 33,619 visas to Libyan nationals in 2013, statistics for 2014 unavailable

Malta issued 33,619 Schengen visas to Libyan nationals in 2013 out of a total 72,000 issued in the whole of the Schengen area. The visas were issued by the Maltese consulates in Tripoli and...

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