The Malta Independent 10 April 2020, Friday

Covid-19: Parents will be allowed back in NPICU once swabbing completed, all clear given

Parents will be allowed back into the pediatric intensive care unit once all babies, staff, and the parents themselves have been swabbed and cleared, health sources have told The Malta...

Hold-up in Zabbar on food delivery man… by customers he served

A food delivery man had the shock of his life when two customers he was delivering food to brandished a knife and demanded money, the police said....

In a test of faith, Christians mark Good Friday in isolation

Christians are commemorating Jesus' crucifixion without the solemn church services or emotional processions of past years, marking Good Friday in a world locked down by the coronavirus...

Wiped out of toilet paper? Here's why

What does toilet paper have to do with the global coronavirus pandemic? Nothing. Yet millions of people have been panicking about their household supply. Store shelves have been emptied....

Watch: Change in lifestyle causing a shift in theft crimes, rise in domestic violence reports

Over the past month, people residing in Malta experienced a major shift in lifestyle due to the COVID-19 pandemic reaching islands. Along with this situation, came a change in the kind of petty crimes...

Euro countries agree half trillion euros in support

Governments from the 19 countries that use the euro overcame sharp differences to agree Thursday on measures that could provide more than a half-trillion euros ($550 billion) for companies, workers...

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db Group project will cause irreparable damage to quality of life, residents, NGOs say

Pembroke residents have insisted that the widespread opposition to the db Group project on the former ITS site should be respected, and the project will cause "irreparable" damage to their quality of...

PA indicates intention to grant permission for 15-storey tower in Ta’ Xbiex

The Planning Authority has indicated its intention to grant permission for a 15-storey tower in Ta' Xbiex which had initially been recommended for refusal by the case officer over the height of its...

Better times are to come, but for now, we must make the necessary sacrifices – Delia

Now is the time to take a stand as a nation, to make the necessary sacrifices together for our safety, Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said this evening. "The decisions that Superintendent for...

'No other patients, staff at Residenza Sant' Anna tested positive for virus' - Steward Health Care

No other patients residing at or staff working at Residenza Sant' Anna in Gozo - the elderly home where the country's first COVID-19 victim lived - have tested positive for the virus, while any staff...

COVID-19: First batch of wage supplement payments to be given out next week – Silvio Schembri

Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Businesses Silvio Schembri said that the first batch payments for those who applied for the COVID-19 wage supplement scheme will start being given out...

Second Coronavirus victim: Man dies at Karen Grech Hospital

A 79-year-old man is the second victim of Coronavirus in Malta, the government said in a statement....

Forcing immediate refunds to passengers for cancelled flights would harm airlines – PL MEP

Forcing airlines to refund passengers for cancelled flights immediately would signify the death knell for many European airlines, Maltese MEP Josianne Cutajar told the Socialist and Democrat MEPs in a...

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