In-Nazzjon leads with 2 photo stories. One reports important developments in Caruana Galizia’s murder, focussing on investigations at the Office of the Prime Minister, claiming … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes figures by the Basel Anti-Money Laundering Index and says that Malta dropped six places between 2013 and 2019. The latest report ranks the … Read more
The Malta Independent quotes the latest edition of the Financial Stability Report by the Central Bank which warns against borrowers taking on mortgages higher than … Read more
The Malta Business Weekly says that banknote printer De La Rue lost four senior executives in a few months, with the chief technology officer the … Read more
Hurds Bank is used by Venezuela for significant oil products transfer, bypassing US sanctions – The Times
The Times reveals that Hurds Bank to Malta’s east is being used by Venezuela to make ‘significant’ transfers of oil products, bypassing US sanctions. An … Read more
L-Orizzont speaks to Alex Caruana from the Malta Gay Rights Movement who said that aggression against transgender people are underreported. The paper spoke to the … Read more
Government seeking external advice on public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder – The Malta Independent
The Malta Independent asks Justice Minister Owen Bonnici about commitments to launch a public inquiry into the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia. The Minister said … Read more
In-Nazzjon leads with an address in parliament by Opposition leader Adrian Delia who appealed for a ‘positive sign’ by the government on the division of … Read more
L-Orizzont quotes Transport Minister Ian Borg who announced the construction of a bridge for pedestrians and cyclists linking Corradino, MCAST, and Paola. The minister said … Read more
The Malta Independent covers the launch of a redesigned post-secondary Matriculation Certificate programme leading to tertiary education. The reform proposes a focus on communications skills … Read more
The Sunday Times reports on a document by the Commissioner for Standards in Public Life warning that government jobs offered to MPs are ‘fundamentally wrong’ … Read more
These are the salient news reviewed by our editorial team for today.
The Malta Independent reveals that former MEP Francis Zammit Dimech offered to mediate between the different sides within the PN. The paper says that the … Read more
L-Orizzont says that Imperium Europa became the third biggest political party in Malta, with leader Norman Lowell receiving more votes in the EP elections than … Read more
The Times reveals that members of the Nationalist Party Council are collecting signatures to push a confidence vote in leader Adrian Delia. The Council is … Read more
The Times reports that the Armed Forces has turned to President George Vella who ordered the suspension of soldiers Francesco Fenech and Lorin Scicluna, charged … Read more
The aviation tragedy in Russia, the clashes in Tripoli, a cease fire in Gaza and US’s warning to Iran dominate the world headlines. … Read more
Malta’s tourism sector, the Commons’ taking control of the Brexit process, cease-fire after escalation of violence in Gaza Strip are the main news … Read more
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