The Malta Independent 22 October 2018, Monday

Daphne Project source lied about Cardona-Degiorgio Siggiewi bar meeting - report

The alleged meeting between Economy Minister Chris Cardona and murder suspect Alfred Degiorgio at a Siggiewi bar never took place, according to Malta Today....

One-year-on: International freedom of expression delegation to Malta ‘sceptical’ about PM listening

The assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia placed Malta directly under the international spotlight, bringing widespread condemnation from freedom-of-expression activist groups. A year...

Budget to include targeted measures to eradicate poverty – Prime Minister

The budget for next year will include targeted measures aimed at eradicating poverty in Malta, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Sunday morning.  Speaking in Hamrun, Muscat said the number of...

Caritas would have preferred a larger rise in the minimum wage - director

What is your vision, in terms of what you would like to tackle in Caritas and what issues you would like to resolve? Caritas is a Church organisation and derives inspiration from the Gospels. One...

New waste collection regulations: Fines to start after adjustment period

The new waste collection regulations will not result in immediate fines, Environment Minister Jose Herrera told The Malta Independent, stressing that for a short period from when the law comes into...

TMID Editorial: Songbird trapping - Between a hide and a hard place

The government once again appears to have walked the tightrope and struck what it considers to have been a delicate balance between what it is being demanded by Brussels and that which is being...

69% of Maltese are positive about EU membership, EU’s second highest approval rating

The latest EU public opinion survey, conducted in September 2018, reveals a clear and growing appreciation for EU membership, reaching a record high of 68%....

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