Evening Daily Newsfeed Roundup

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These are the main news reported by the leading Maltese news portals:

During the programme Dissett which discussed the 100 year history of the Labour Party, the Interdiction and whether a monument should be built to commemorate this part of Maltese history, were also discussed. Source: TVM


The court has ordered the testimony of former chief of staff Keith Schembri to be heard in the next sitting of the compilation of evidence against Yorgen Fenech after his name cropped up once again in middleman Melvin Theuma’s secret recordings of his conversations with Fenech. Source: MaltaToday


Steward Health Care Malta has submitted an application to the Planning Authority to redevelop St Luke’s Hospital. It said it submitted the application on Wednesday. In a statement, the US company said the hospital will be transformed from the current environment into a “modern and integrated health campus”. Source: Times of Malta


Former PN MEP candidate Peter Agius has said that Malta could get €36 million less in EU funds for agriculture than it did in its last financial package allocation. Source: The Malta Independent


The court has turned down the second request for bail by Daphne Caruana Galizia murder suspect Yorgen Fenech. During Thursday’s sitting more secret recordings made by self-confessed middleman Melvin Theuma were played out in open court. Source: Newsbook

 

 

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