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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016 tonight

Today the juries will be voting on the 17 songs in the 14th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Valletta, Malta. With the...

EU Commission closes case of high tarrif charges against Malta

The European Commission has closed an infringment against Malta concerning utility rates charged to EU citizens living in Malta. This infringement proceeding was opened in...

Man injured in early morning crash

A 30- year old Portuguese man who lives in Mgarr was seriously injured after crashing his motorbike in Tower Street in Sliema at around...

Teacher and three students being questioned over sexual abuse charges

The 32-year-old teacher named in sexual abuse claims that surfaced at State school earlier this week has been taken into police custody for questioning. Three...

Pharmacies open on Sunday 19th November 2016

Area 1 Valletta, Floriana  Collis Williams Pharmacy, 15, Triq ir-Repubblika, il-Belt Valletta 21226281 Area 2 Il-Ħamrun, Il-Marsa Cosmed Pharmacy, Soccors, 7 Triqil-Franġiskani fi Triq Villambrosa, il-Ħamrun...

AFM to get third new aeroplane

Malta is to get almost €19 million in grants to be used by the Agency for the Welfare of Asylum Seekers, the Civil...

Malta aiming to restore faith in E U

Malta will take the EU rotating presidency with the aim of ensuring the long term sustainability of the bloc and restoring faith in the...

President of Bulgaria begins State Visit to Malta

President Marie Louise Coliero Preca welcomes the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rosen Asenov Plevneliev at the start of his State Visit to...

EU Commission President praises Malta’s preparations for EU Presidency in 2017

Following a meeting with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and almost his entire cabinet, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has described Malta...

PN would cancel energy contracts

Shadow Energy minister Marthese Portelli said a future Nationalist government would cancel energy contracts if they were not in Malta's best interests. At a press...