The Malta Independent 22 September 2019, Sunday

Inquiry must be ‘fully independent,' members’ impartiality 'beyond question’ - COE rapporteur

Council of Europe rapporteur on the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia Pieter Omtzigt has warned of the public inquiry announced by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat on Friday night that "any such exercise...

Meter readers still visiting homes despite 99% of electricity meters being ‘smart’

Meter readers are still visiting homes to take readings manually despite Enemalta telling The Malta Independent on Sunday that 99 per cent of electricity meters are 'smart'. According to the ARMS...

TMIS Editorial: Downsize me

Just when we need them, no one seems to be there. The Nationalist Party's traditional Independence celebration, a staple in the party's calendar year, was on Friday reduced to a pint-sized pep...

Other countries have not done multiculturalism right – Evarist Bartolo

As far as details go, for example, the total number of students - whether there is a waiting list or anything of the sort - we know that at the end of the last scholastic year there were 170 students...

Updated (2): Prime Minister to meet Caruana Galizia family to discuss public inquiry concerns

The Caruana Galizia family has asked to meet Prime Minister Joseph Muscat over concerns on some members of the independent public inquiry appointed on Friday. The government said Friday evening...

Public inquiry: We cannot risk doubts after the investigation is concluded - Delia

Following the government announcement that a public independent inquiry into the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia will take place, Opposition leader Adrian Delia said that there should be no doubts...

NGO calls for end of criminalisation of rescue groups ahead of Malta migration summit

A migrant rescue NGO hopes that Monday's mini-migration summit in Malta will  address and improve the problems witnessed during these last months of EU states denying a safe port to search and...

Are we practising our socialist principles, PL MP Robert Abela asks?

PL MP and leadership hopeful Robert Abela has asked whether the party is truly looking after "genuine" labourites and whether it is living up to its socialist principles. In a Facebook post,...

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