The Malta Independent 5 March 2024, Tuesday
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TMID Editorial: A la carte transparency

While everyone’s eyes were focused on the publication of the public inquiry into the death of Jean Paul Sofia, another awaited and important report was – at the same time – published...

‘A dog is for life,’ animal sanctuary manager says as bigger dogs are not adopted

There is a problem of many big dogs being abandoned and not being adopted, said Rosalind Agius, an animal activist and the sanctuary manager of the Association for Abandoned Animals Agius...

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‘We need to find a way to make a two-State solution work’ - US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State

The international community needs to find a way, together, to make a two-State solution for the Israel-Palestine conflict work, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Joshua Huck told The Malta...

Government to set up pool of lawyers, architects to help citizens with construction complaints - PM

Prime Minister Robert Abela announced that the call to create a ‘pool’ of legal professionals and architects to give their services free of charge on behalf of citizens, to address...

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‘Nothing is going to change while Labour is in government,’ Grech says in the wake of Sofia inquiry

Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech has said that nothing will change while the Labour Party is in government as it does not have the “political will” to fix what is wrong with the...

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