The Malta Independent 18 July 2024, Thursday
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Hospitals deal: Prosecutors, defence make their cases as Vitals proceedings against Fearne continues

Magistrate Leonard Caruana will this morning continue to hear evidence against former deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne, former Finance Minister Edward Scicluna and 13 others, who stand charged with...

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TMID Editorial: More respect for the media, please

Last Monday, media houses received a one-hour notice regarding the signing of the agreement that was to be signed at Castille between the government and the Malta Union of Teachers. The notice...

‘Without a united front by Malta’s 6 MEPs, we won’t deliver as we should’ - Metsola

Without Malta's six MEPs having a united front, they won't be able to deliver "as we should" for the Maltese and Gozitan people, Roberta Metsola, who was today re-elected as President of the European...

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Metsola re-elected EP President with overwhelming majority of votes

Roberta Metsola has been elected as President of the European Parliament for a second term. The vote took place during the plenary session of the European Parliament that took place on Tuesday...

Lawyer decries ‘racket’ as appointments system for court experts is scrutinised in hospitals case

The courts will hear the last set of witnesses in the case against former Health Minister Chris Fearne and Central Bank Governor Edward Scicluna over the hospitals deal this morning. Fearne and...

Factions within the Labour Party are opposing each other, Grech says

The two MEPs who voted against the wishes of Prime Minister Robert Abela have shown that they are willing to walk against the Prime Minister's line, Nationalist Party Leader Bernard Grech...

‘National interest always prevails’ over divergences, Abela says as he wishes Metsola well

The national interest was definitively for Malta's Prime Minister showing strong support in Roberta Metsola's nomination to again occupy the post of European Parliament President, Robert Abela said on...

St Julian’s local council ‘not satisfied with progress’ over Balluta Bay water issue

The St Julian's Local Council took to Facebook on Tuesday to air its grievances with the ERA and the Department of Environmental Health after Balluta Bay turned a shocking green colour. The local...

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