Tuesday Morning Briefing

Good morning,

Your morning briefing includes newspapers’ headlines for today and also covers the latest news from the past hours’ news cycle and the latest developments in on-going news.

Start your day informed.

 

Aquarius (4).pngThe MV Aquarius remains at Sea, with Italy, Malta and Spain all saying that it will not be allowed in its harbours.

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Sunday Morning Briefing

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Today’s morning briefing  covers the stories we find on the Maltese Newspapers and some of the main news which took place in the past 24 hours around the world.

 

Newspaper Headlines MaltaLawyers who spoke to the The Sunday Times said that the record direct order of €274 million for the 10 year management of a new facility at St Vincent De Paul appears to be in breach of both local and EU public procurement laws.

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Friday Morning Briefing

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Start your day informed with your morning briefing providing you the highlights of what happened in the last 24 hours Malta, Europe and the World,  in just under 5 minutes.

 

Newspaper Headlines MaltaThe Opposition leader Adrian Delia has presented an application before the Constitutional Court seeking a complete copy of the Egrant inquiry report

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Tuesday Morning Briefing

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Your Tuesday Morning Briefing covers the main headlines of the news.

 

BolognaThe main story remains the powerful explosion which took place in Bologna on Monday afternoon. 2 people died and 67 were injured after the deadly explosion. A number of cars were involved in this incident which also caused the collapse of the road where it happened.

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Saturday Morning Briefing

 

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As expected the death of Shannon Mak is the lead story on Malta’s Newspapers. Various happenings take different priorities around the world. As we go through 40 major international and local news portals, your Morning Briefing provides you with the salient news as reported in Malta, Europe and the World.… Be Informed

Friday Morning Briefing

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Your Morning Briefing for today follows.

Newspaper Headlines MaltaBoth the Times and The Malta Independent refer to the S&P credit rating on the banking system. Respected credit ratings agency Standard and Poors has highlighted increased reputational and operational risks for Malta’s banking sector, moving its risk score up two notches on its 10point scale. 

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Thursday Morning Briefing

Good morning,

Your morning briefing for today takes you the US, Libya, Greece, Italy, Marseille, Romania and obviously also refers to Malta’s newspapers. We deal with migration, aviation, elections and more.

We wish you a good day

 

 

zuwaraIn the early hours of Thursday, the Security Directorate of Zuwara, Libya, 27 people of different nationalities including Algeria and Tunisia were ‘saved from drowning from a dilapidated boat’.

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Wednesday Morning Briefing

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Here’s your morning briefing with some of the main news as reported in Malta, Europe and around the globe.

AP Mexico AeroMexicoAn Aeromexico jetliner crashed while taking off during a severe storm in northern Mexico on Tuesday, smacking down in a field nearly intact then catching fire, but officials said everyone on board escaped alive.

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Tuesday Morning Briefing

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With every news cycle, a number of events take place. Your media briefing is intended to present you a snapshot of the main events of the past 24 hours through a review of over 30 news portals and agencies from Malta, Mediterranean, Europe  and the rest of the world.… Be Informed

Monday Morning Briefing

Good morning,

Our morning briefing for today presents you the highlights of what we think were the news items worth reading about as reported in the news media.

 

Newspaper-Headlines-Malta-1The Times reports survey and random testing of schoolchildren aged 10 to 15 years are among options being studied for evidence-based clarity on illicit cannabis use among youths, according to Parliamentary Secretary Julia Farrugia Portelli.

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Sunday Morning Briefing

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Malta’s news papers front pages are predominantly following up the publication of the Egrant inquiry.

 

Newspaper Headlines Malta

 

The entire Egrant inquiry will not be published for “at least a few weeks”, as the government is still being advised against it, The Sunday Times of Malta is informed.

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Friday Morning Briefing

Good morning,

Your Morning Briefing provides you with the salient news of the main happenings in Malta, Europe and the World.

Wishing you a good day.

 

Greece Wild FireGreece has “serious indications” that a fire that killed at least 83 people near Athens earlier this week was started deliberately. 

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Wednesday Morning Briefing

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The apocalyptic scenes from Greece, the deaths and the drama related to the wildfires dominate European headlines. In Malta the Egrant inquiry publication remains the main story, though as time is passing the internal dissent within the Nationalist Party takes the front stage of the whole drama.… Be Informed

Sunday Morning Briefing

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The conclusion of the Egrant inquiry dominates the front pages of the Maltese newspapers. The developments in the US following a hostage situation in Los Angeles is currently the most viewed item in the world.

Our Sunday morning briefing brings you a digest of the happenings that characterised the headlines as reported by the newspapers, news websites and agencies from Malta, Europe and around the world in the past hours.… Be Informed

Saturday Morning Briefing

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From Malta to Kazakistan via Italy, to the UK and Brussels, from Libya to Singapore and our obvious stop in the US our morning briefing presents you how the major news agencies and outlets reported the salient happenings of the past 24 hours.… Be Informed

Friday Morning Briefing

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The dust haven’t settled yet on Monday’s summit Trump invites Putin for a second meeting for Autumn, this time in Washington. The EU issued a stark warning to all member states about the possible repercussions of a no-deal Brexit (or Brexit in any form) as the March 30 2019 date looms.… Be Informed