The Malta Independent 18 June 2024, Tuesday
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Defence teams in Fearne, Scicluna Vitals case fail in bid to get magistrate to recuse himself

A second attempt at arraigning former deputy prime minister Chris Fearne, Central Bank Governor and former finance minister Edward Scicluna and 13 others is set to take place this morning, having been...

Updated: EU leaders are weighing nominees for the bloc's top jobs after an election shakeup

The 27 leaders of the European Union gather in Brussels on Monday evening to take stock of recent European election results and begin the fraught process of dividing up the bloc’s top jobs, but...

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Solutions are never found on the battlefield – Ian Borg

Long-term solutions are never found on the battlefield but through adhering to our commitments and engaging in constructive dialogue conducted in good faith, Foreign Minister Ian Borg said...

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Maltese engineers are European Inventor award finalists for innovative renewable energy storage

Mechanical engineers, Tonio Sant and Daniel Buhagiar, are set to make an impact in the field of energy systems, with the two Maltese nationals being declared as finalists for the European Patent...

Updated: Power restored after nation goes dark as Enemalta says power station 'tripped'

Much of Malta and Gozo was hit by a power cut on Sunday evening, in what is the first such power outage since last summer – when the country battled through a spate of electricity cuts during...

Analysis: 7 reasons why Labour lost most of its comfortable lead

The result of the European Parliament and local council elections has given a clear message. It has sent shockwaves through the Labour Party, as it saw its massive majority at EP level wither by...

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