Evening Daily Newsfeed Roundup

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

Some 800 new jobs are expected to be created this year through various expansion projects by businesses, Economy Minister Silvio Schembri said on Monday. Addressing a press conference, Mr Schembri said this would translate into an investment of €200million into the Maltese economy. Source: Times of  Malta

The Environment Minister insists the Prime Minister and he is on the same page when it comes to environmental protection despite government emphasis on road projects. Source: Malta Today

People seeking information on Freephone number 153 cannot get through as the service is experiencing technical difficulties, the government information service said. Source The Malta Independent

These were the words of a victim of an attempted murder whose throat was slashed after a Libyan man tried to steal her handbag four years ago. Today, the Criminal Court sent convicted the man to 18 years in prison after he admitted to the charges four weeks ago. Source: TVM

This afternoon Neville Gafa’, Josef Caruana, Matthew Carbone and Glenn Bedingfield are expected to testify in court. During the last court sitting former PN Secretary-General Paul Borg Olivier told the court that in 2009, he was approached by Paul Apap Bologna who had proposed a gas-fired power station project around the same time a tender was issued for a new power station. Source: Newsbook


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