The Malta Independent 28 February 2020, Friday

Police scandal: Traffic branch recruits inspector, 12 officers to start filling depleted ranks

The Police Traffic Branch has recruited an inspector and 12 police officers in a bid to replenish its depleted ranks after more than three-fourths of its manpower were lost to a corruption scandal....

Daphne public inquiry – 'I don't understand much, but I share items for the sake of partisanism'

Another sitting of the Daphne Caruana Galizia public inquiry will be held this morning. Ray Barbara, a close aide to former prime minister Joseph Muscat, and Kenneth Camilleri, one time part of...

Othello ‘blackfacing’: Herrera says artists should have ‘elbow space’, freedom of expression

Culture Minister Jose Herrera believes in providing artists the needed elbow space and freedom of expression and feels he should only intervene at extremism and when the law is broken. Herrera was...

Coronavirus: Police detail for quarantined persons, MPA calls for individual protective clothing

Police officers are being detailed to the homes of people who are under quarantine after travelling to countries affected by the Coronavirus, the Malta Police Association said. In a Facebook...

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New virus has infected 83,000 globally, caused 2,800 deaths

A viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than 83,000 people globally. The World Health Organization has named the illness COVID-19, referring to its origin late last year and the...

Farmers file judicial protest over Maghtab land expropriation plans

Twenty-five farmers whose livelihoods depend on fields in the Magħtab area have filed a judicial protest before the First Hall of the Civil Court aiming at safeguarding their fields from a...

Indepth: Appointment of Police Commissioner shouldn’t become ‘public spectacle’

Internal "organisational justice" needs to be the first step which takes place for people to start regaining faith in the police force after it was rocked by a recent overtime scandal, lawyer and...

All negative: 22 people swabbed, tested in Malta for Coronavirus

All 22 people who were swabbed for Coronavirus in Malta in the past few days tested negative, the health authorities said....

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