The Malta Independent 26 September 2021, Sunday

51% of participants in pilot project say they have hearing problems

A staggering 51% of participants in a pilot project carried out recently said that they had experienced hearing problems, a government statement said. The research was carried out by the...

‘Construction should not be considered as an enemy’ – Malta Developers Association

Construction should not be considered as an enemy, the Malta Developers Association said. It was replying to comments made by Finance Minister Clyde Caruana who said that Malta’s economy...

PM highlights importance of multilateralism at UN general assembly

Prime Minister Robert Abela said that multilateralism is the key to a strong and sustainable future, urging world leaders to come together and forge ahead with plans that demonstrate determination and...

Malta must shift away from dependency on construction, Finance Minister says

Malta must shift away from its dependency on construction, Finance Minister Clyde Caruana said on Friday. The Labour government’s credibility in the field of employment and in the economy...

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Hunters take advantage of low police presence to kill protected birds - BirdLife

South-westerly winds yesterday favoured a peak in observed migration of birds of prey, with BirdLife Malta and Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) teams witnessing rampant illegal hunting across...

Malta in 28th place in health, education and living standards - Foreign Minister

Minister  for Foreign and European Affairs Evarist Bartolo told Maltese and Gozitans living in New York that Malta is better than half of the countries of the European Union and better than 160...

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Balluta stairs project redesigned: ‘We have listened to the people’ – St Julian’s Mayor

The St Julian’s Local Council has “listened to the people” and has published a new design for the controversial Balluta stairs project which was previously set to cost €450,000,...

Pilatus Bank: Court hears how suspicious activity was not reported to authorities

A magisterial inquiry into Pilatus Bank’s operations identified several instances where suspicious activity was not reported to authorities, the court heard on Friday.  The compilation...

PN considering taking legal action against PBS on ‘propaganda’

The Nationalist Party is considering taking legal action against Public Broadcasting Services if propaganda favouring the government continues, David Agius, Nationalist Party deputy leader, said on...

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