Malta Today

Wed,21 Feb 2024 09:07:05 +0100
Proposed bill to shift to 'opt-out' organ donation system set for parliament today
A bill proposing an 'opt-out' organ donation system, already supported by both parties, is set for presentation in parliament on Wednesday • Individuals won't be compelled to donate their organs 

Wed,21 Feb 2024 08:41:05 +0100
More than 300 people were given suspended sentences in 2023
In 2023, a total of 322 people were found guilty and received suspended sentences in courts across Malta and Gozo

Wed,21 Feb 2024 08:19:08 +0100
Paola Square's 'pedestrian dream' lost to asphalt, says original architect
Architect Christopher Mintoff defends Antoine De Paule Square original design, saying that it was never meant to hold heavy traffic 

Wed,21 Feb 2024 08:00:00 +0100
Monique Dimech Genuis: 'Life is too short; do anything you want to do and don’t have any regrets'
Stunt performer ​Monique Dimech Genuis tells all in our Q&A

Wed,21 Feb 2024 07:30:00 +0100
30 years ago: Pjazza Tlieta, homosexuality and I | Joseph Carmel Chetcuti
Lawyers in Malta are as ‘respectable’ as they are loud, and, as respectable people go, there wasn’t a single homosexual lawyer with the courage to come out publicly. Indeed, not even a professional homosexual man or woman

Wed,21 Feb 2024 07:00:00 +0100
Alexei Navalny: ‘…it means we are incredibly strong’
It is disheartening to see a vociferous critic like Navalny being eliminated. It is frustrating to see any outward sympathy towards Navalny’s memory expressed in flowers, candles and photos, being wiped out by anonymous State functionaries

Wed,21 Feb 2024 06:30:00 +0100
Landfill to get higher again in race against time
Wasteserv wants to extend the Ghallis landfill vertically to fit in a greater amount of waste until a planned incinerator starts operating

Wed,21 Feb 2024 06:00:00 +0100
MaltaToday survey | War in Gaza is greatest problem facing EU
The war in Gaza trumps the war in Ukraine, inflation, immigration and climate change as the greatest problem facing the European Union according to Maltese voters. James Debono analysis the findings of the latest MaltaToday survey

Wed,21 Feb 2024 06:00:00 +0100
MaltaToday survey | War in Gaza is greatest problem facing EU
The war in Gaza trumps the war in Ukraine, inflation, immigration and climate change as the greatest problem facing the European Union according to Maltese voters. James Debono analysis the findings of the latest MaltaToday survey

Tue,20 Feb 2024 17:28:38 +0100
US blocks UN resolution calling for immediate ceasefire in Gaza
The US vetoes a UN resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza • Malta and 12 council members vote in favour, UK abstains

Tue,20 Feb 2024 17:17:42 +0100
Health minister, shadow minister on the same page on a number of health sector issues
On TVM's Xtra, health minister Jo Etienne Abela said that in 2024 the number of people over 60 will surpass the number of people below that age 

Tue,20 Feb 2024 16:53:36 +0100
Maltese parliament observes minute’s silence in show of respect to Alexei Navalny
Parliament pays respects to Alexei Navalny after Opposition MP Beppe Fenech Adami proposes a minute’s silence

Tue,20 Feb 2024 16:38:59 +0100
Anton Refalo says police have not sent for him over stolen marker
Sources privvy to the political machinations in Gozo had said Refalo is adamant on not resigning over the artefact, leaving the Prime Minister with his hands tied

Tue,20 Feb 2024 16:10:11 +0100
Jesper Kristiansen is jailed 40 years for Sliema double murder after admitting guilt
Judge accepts plea deal and jails Jesper Kristiansen 40 years for the murders of Christian Pandolfino and Ivor Maciejowski

Tue,20 Feb 2024 15:31:51 +0100
Elderly man stabbed mid-argument in Paola
Two men caught in argument in Triq il-Lampuka, Paola • Elderly man hospitalised and another interrogated 

Tue,20 Feb 2024 14:57:08 +0100
[WATCH] Three-year-old Israeli airstrike survivor arrives in Malta for treatment
Addressing the media, the Ambassador of Palestine described Selah as an icon of Palestine’s resilience, as he recounted the horrors the girl witnessed in her own country

Tue,20 Feb 2024 14:27:27 +0100
PA refuses Sliema kerbside fuel station
Owners applied for ‘upgrade’ of petrol station which has not been used for more than a decade

Tue,20 Feb 2024 14:14:24 +0100
Over 4,000 unused government properties, NAO finds in private lease survey
Over €22 million spent in leasing state-of-the-art offices because of lack of fitting office space in government portfolio

Tue,20 Feb 2024 12:42:08 +0100
Laptop used by Marsaxlokk priest on misappropriation charges believed ‘lost’
The laptop belonging to the former parish priest of Marsaxlokk charged with misappropriation, money laundering, fraud and forgery, could not be found in the Courts’ strongroom, according to a court expert

Tue,20 Feb 2024 12:00:43 +0100
GWU backs Labour MEP request for Commission probe into Malta food prices
GWU says it has received various complaints from small market vendors who say their hands are tied on prices set by major importers

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