The Malta Independent 25 September 2020, Friday
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Talks between Prime Minister and MUT ‘inconclusive’, just days before schools open

A meeting between the teacher’s union Malta Union of Teachers (MUT), Prime Minister Robert Abela and Education Minister Owen Bonnici on Wednesday ended with an “inconclusive”...

‘I thought he was going to kill me’ - Swedish sunbather recalls attack

A Swedish woman who was attacked and beaten whilst sunbathing near the coast in Valletta back in August has told a court of how she thought she was going to die. Tearful Anna Karsbjer described...

Pregnant abuse victim faces travel ban after partner claims she wants abortion abroad, NGO says

A pregnant victim of domestic abuse is facing a travel ban after her partner alleged that she plans on having an abortion abroad, the Women’s Rights Foundation said on Thursday. The...

EC's proposed migration pact ‘good basis for discussion’, but raises number of questions - Bartolo

The general direction of the European Commission's proposed new Pact on Migration and Asylum is a good basis for a reasonable discussion, Foreign and European Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo told The...

Local council, activists, residents unite in effort to save Fgura's oldest building from demolition

The Fgura local council, Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar, and residents of the locality have united in an effort to save what is believed to be Fgura’s oldest standing building from...

'Terrible condition does not even explain it' - Animal NGO takes care of dogs mistreated by breeder

The NGO Association for Abandoned Animals have taken in four dogs which were confiscated by animal welfare from a breeder in Zejtun who has greatly mistreated the dogs.  “Saying they are in...

Updated: Gasan looking to pull out of power station consortium

Gasan Enterprises is looking to pull out of the Electrogas consortium, which owns and runs the new gas-fired power station in Delimara. In a statement signed by chairman Joe Gasan and CEO Mark...

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