Indian Muslim women show victory sign as they pose for a photograph during a gathering organized by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to celebrate passing a … Read more
Ryanair has confirmed that its Maltese subsidiary Malta Air will take over its parent’s bases in France, Germany, and Italy.
In a quarterly earnings release, … Read more
Italy announced that it would allow an Italian coastguard ship to finally disembark 116 migrants who were stranded for days in a Sicilian port, ending … Read more
A man suspected of pushing an eight-year-old boy and his mother in front of a train at Frankfurt’s main station in Germany, killing the boy, … Read more
Prince Harry said he is not intending on having more then one child out of concern for the state of the planet.
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Transport for London (TfL) said that the temporary closure of London’s North Greenwich underground station was due to overcrowding. Passengers at the station were told … Read more
Data from the German Federal Labour Office showed that German unemployment increased less than expected in July, data showed on Wednesday, suggesting that the labor … Read more
Home comforts and immersive tech come out on top in ground-breaking global report by British Airways on the future of air travel
Hyper-personalisation, immersive virtual realities, 3D printed health solutions, modular aircraft connected to city infrastructure, hypersonic flying and the rise of super-slow ”flight cruises”, are all … Read more
A new UN report has found that 2018 was the worst year on record for children caught up in armed conflict; the year saw the … Read more
‘Inhuman’ situation at Mount Carmel hospital affecting both patients and professionals – The Headlines: In-Nazzjon
In-Nazzjon describes an ‘inhuman’ situation at Mount Carmel hospital affecting both patients and professionals. The paper says that ceilings are propped up by jacks, floor … Read more
Economist Marie Briguglio argues that widening of roads cannot cope with the number of cars in circulation – The Headlines: The Malta Independent
The Malta Independent quotes economist Marie Briguglio who argues that widening of roads cannot cope with the number of cars in circulation. Briguglio said that … Read more
Opposition declares support for Helena Dalli’s nomination as EU Commissioner – The Headlines: Malta Today
Malta Today leads with the Opposition declaring its support for Helena Dalli’s nomination as EU Commissioner. A spokesperson said that, while Dalli has not yet … Read more
300 trees in Santa Luċija to be uprooted to make way for a planned underpass in the area – The Headlines: The Times
The Times publishes research findings showing that 25 percent of children aged 11 to 16 reported received sexual messages during 2018. Conducted out by the … Read more
‘Mysterious’ Malta-registered boat found in the harbour of Zwetina, Libya – The Headlines: L-Orizzont
L-Orizzont says that Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi lost a libel case against Justice Minister Owen Bonnici about the deal involving the former Lowenbrau site in … Read more
Tech companies should prioritise the protection of their users and the wider public when designing services, the UK and international security partners have warned.
Senior … Read more