The Malta Independent 18 May 2021, Tuesday

Covid preventative measures lead to marked drop in respiratory diseases in Malta

Covid-19 measures, most notably mask-wearing and social distancing, have resulted in a marked drop in patients contracting respiratory diseases, including influenza and common colds, The Malta...

Around 3,000 Moroccan migrants cross into Spanish territory

Around 3,000 Moroccans, a third of whom were presumed to be minors according to Spanish authorities, swam and used inflatable boats Monday to cross into Ceuta, the largest number of migrant arrivals...

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Rosianne Cutajar and partner test negative for drugs after 'cocaine' snorting video goes viral

Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar has tested negative for a drug test after a video featuring Cutajar’s partner alongside a man who appears to be taking cocaine surfaced on social media, The Times of...

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Speaker urges Hyzler to expedite investigations involving suspended ministers

Speaker Anglu Farrugia has urged Standards Commissioner George Hyzler to try and expedite investigations involving Cabinet members who are under suspension, like Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne...

FKNK goes to court to accuse BirdLife Malta activists of ‘spying’ on them

Hunting lobby the FKNK have gone to court to protest against what they called the “repeated, systematic and regular spying” by BirdLife Malta activists on their members. In a...

Coleiro Preca against abortion, women ‘should not be criminalised’; debate ‘long time coming’ - Sant

President Emeritus and Malta Trust Foundation’s chair Marie Louise Coleiro Preca told The Malta Independent that she is against abortion, but believes that women should not be criminalised for...

Tourism Ministry working to make Malta a ‘centre of tourism-excellence’

The Tourism Ministry will promote the country as a tourist-friendly one, Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo announced, saying that he wants Malta to be a centre of tourism-excellence. For this...

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