The Malta Independent 19 January 2019, Saturday

Indepth: ‘Put up or shut up; your place isn’t in the PN’, Jean Pierre Debono tells ‘gossiping’ MPs

The PN's chief political coordinator Jean Pierre Debono took aim at 'gossiping' members of the party's parliamentary group, saying on the latest edition of Indepth that these members should 'put up or...

Man gets six-month suspended sentence for spreading racial hatred on Facebook

A 28-year-old man has been handed down a six-month prison sentence suspended for two years, after he was found guilty by an Appeals Court of spreading racial hatred with comments he posted on...

Mega sports village with hotel planned for abandoned Flower Power site

A planning application to construct a sports village on the abandoned Flower Power site in Ta’Qali has been filed. The application, which is still in the early stages, shows plans for two...

€12,000 worth of champagne stolen from sole importer; €1,000 reward offered

€12,000 worth of champagne was stolen from a garage in Sliema, with the owner offering a reward of €1,000 for any information that could lead to catching the perpetrator. The theft was...

49 acres of Ta' Qali land being cleared by PA after illegal dumping

49 acres of land in Ta' Qali which had become subject to sustained illegal dumping are being cleared by the Planning Authority. The cleaning operation, which started today, is expected to take at...

Watch: Prince Philip, queen's husband, uninjured after car accident

Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, was involved in a car crash Thursday while driving in rural England but was not injured. Buckingham Palace said Philip, 97, was checked by a doctor...

Cyber attack on Adrian Delia Twitter account from ‘several places around Europe’

The Nationalist Party today said that its leader’s Twitter account came under a cyber attack from different places around Europe, as hackers tried to get access into Adrian Delia’s...

Updated: PN ‘pressure on Corinthia land deal’ leads to postponement of meeting

The Nationalist Party said today that its pressure on the government has led to the postponement of a meeting dealing with the transfer of public land to the Corinthia group, which the PN is saying...

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