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A Gozitan woman who sold Sicilian honey in jars labelled 'Malta Honey' was fined on Wednesday by the courts and her two sons were given a suspended jail term. The court heard that in January 2011 an...Read More >>

  • EPP stands behind Lawrence Gonzi

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 13:05

    The EPP stands behind Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi for the upcoming election, the President of the European People’s Party (EPP) Wilfried Martens stated whilst expressing his confidence that Malta will entrust PN in continuing to lead the country in a sustainable...
  • The person behind the name - Alex Muscat (PL)

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 12:30

    As Election Day looms closer we’ll bring you short interviews with those at the centre of the ballots – the candidates themselves. The three political parties were sent the same questions to pass on to their respective candidates. To date the Nationalist party has sent...
  • House door damaged by fire

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 11:24

    A door of a private residence in Triq Wied is-Seqer in Rabat, Gozo was severely damaged by fire early this mornign at around 02:00h. The Police repaired on site and from preliminary investigations it resulted that no one was injured in the incident. Members of the...
  • 8,200 voting documents remain uncollected

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 11:18

    A total of 8,200 voting documents remain uncollected for the general election that will be held on Saturday, the electoral commission said this morning. Tomorrow, Thursday, at midnight is the deadline by which undelivered and uncollected voting documents can be...
  • Man has grenade shoved into mouth

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 07:17

    Dale Cregan had placed a hand grenade in a man's mouth whilst he held him captive. He was on the run from police and had also killed two female officers in the UK. Jermaine Ward, 24, claims Mr Cregan together with Anthony Wilkinson, 33, also threatened to shoot him and...
  • Malta's newspapers review

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 07:05

    A future Labour government should increase the spring hunting bird limit without consulting Brussels the FKNK said yesterday according to The Times. In another story it says that the police have interrogated several members of the Farrugia oil trading family. Your five...
  • Updated: Venezuela President Hugo Chavez dies

    Date: Wed, 06/03/2013 - 06:24

    Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez died late yesterday evening after being in a critical condition. His deputy Nicolas Maduro annunced the news to a deeply divided nation which is mourning its late President. In a speech, Nicolas Maduro tried to reassure the nation. The...
  • Vote red for unemployment, blue for work - Lawrence Gonzi

    Date: Tue, 05/03/2013 - 20:00

    A vote for red means unemployment, a vote for blue means work Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi announced. The mass meeting in Rabat Gozo saw a packed crowd with PN fans jumping to Nirvana right before the Prime Minister took to the stage. Fog horns sounded in the...
  • Muscat - GonziPN has no energy plan

    Date: Tue, 05/03/2013 - 19:42

    PL leader Joseph Muscat said that “the last updates with regards to the funding of the gas pipeline confirm that GonziPN doesn't have an energy plan.” He added that the only plan of the PN is to scare people away from the proposals of the PL. While meeting his...
  • Three arrested over Russia acid attack

    Date: Tue, 05/03/2013 - 19:03

    A ballet soloist and another two people have been arrested by police in connection to the acid attack on the Bolshoi Ballet's artistic director. This was announced by Russia's interior ministry. Sergei Filin's was left with serious injuries to his eyes when a masked...

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