Newspaper Review

Mater Dei hospital spokesperson says that there were no cases in which treatments were denied because of issues with payment: The Headlines – The Malta Independent

The Malta Independent speaks to a Mater Dei hospital spokesperson who said that there were no cases in which treatments were denied because of issues … Read more

Maltese resident Anna Nightingale who warns against textured breast implants after developing a cancer linked to their use: The Headlines – L-Orizzont

 

L-Orizzont publishes an interview with Maltese resident Anna Nightingale who warns against textured breast implants after developing a cancer linked to their use. The … Read more

PN insiders are concerned that the formula for the vote on July 27 will favour those backing the party leader Adrian Delia: The Headlines – The Times

 

The Times reports that PN insiders pushing for leader Adrian Delia’s resignation are concerned that the formula used in a vote on July 27 … Read more

Profs Oliver Friggieri says that politicians are responsible for the critical environmental situation in Malta: The Headlines – In-Nazzjon

 

In-Nazzjon carries an interview with Oliver Friggieri who said that politicians are responsible for the critical environmental situation in Malta. Prof. Friggieri said the … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

Good morning,

These are the headlines in Malta’s newspapers.

MaltaToday reports that Russia has blocked a Maltese attempt at placing oil smuggling suspects Darren Debono … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

These are the headlines in Malta’s newspaper front pages.

The Times of Malta reports that Malta has the second-highest rate of syphilis in Europe, health Read more

Police searching for Serbian man in connection with a case of a Macedonian man who was injured seriously last June. The Headlines –L-Orizzont

 

L-Orizzont reports that the police are searching for a man from Serbia in connection with a case where a Macedonian man was injured seriously … Read more

PL candidate Josianne Cutajar spent the most during the last EP elections: The Headlines – The Malta Independent

 

The Malta Independent reports that the PL candidate Josianne Cutajar was the candidate which spent most during the last EP elections. She was followed … Read more

Monthly VAT lottery won five times in eight months by same participant: The Headlines – The Times of Malta

The Times reports that petitioners behind the forthcoming vote of confidence in Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia have cried foul over the way the ballot … Read more

Corporate Dispatch – Morning Briefing

Good morning,

Your morning briefing with the latest news headlines reviewed by our team.

 

In-Nazzjon quotes the Nationalist Party’s statement that the 27th July … Read more

Dr Anna Vella from Dar Hosea calls for legislation that protects victims of prostitution and criminalises those who exploit them: The Headlines – L-Orizzont

L-Orizzont also follows the case and says that, while the accused pleaded not guilty, she did not request bail. The mother currently works with a … Read more

44 migrants aboard the Alan Kurdi transferred to an AFM vessel and brought to shore: The Headlines – The Malta Independent

 

The Malta Independent quotes Eurostat figures which show that 14 percent of the population in Malta does not hold Maltese citizenship.  EU citizens make … Read more

Malta has the fifth highest proportion of foreign residents in the EU: The Headlines – In-Nazzjon

 

In-Nazzjon also reports on the population statistics and compares the figures to the average share of non-citizen residents living in other EU countries – … Read more

Former PN minister Louis Galea admits that winning the next general election would be a huge task: The Headlines – The Times of Malta

 

The Times carries an interview with former minister Louis Galea who said that it was a mistake to allow party members to select the … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

Good morning

The Maltese newspapers for today carry the following stories

The Times reveals that the government is ready to lift restrictions imposed on the … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

Good morning

The Times speaks to Criminal Investigations Department officer Paula Fleri who said that home burglaries typically surge in the summer period when people … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

Good morning,

These are the main headlines for this morning.

Malta Today carries a story about possible legal action by players in the gaming sector … Read more

Government jobs to MPs is fundamentally wrong

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

Players in the gaming sector mulling legal action on Dragonara casino concession

Malta Today carries a story about possible legal action by players in the gaming sector to revoke a government decision granting a 64-year operating concession … Read more

PN insiders expect Adrian Delia to survive a confidence vote by the General Council later this month: The Headlines – L-Orizzont

L-Orizzont also carries the announcement and says that the compilation of the registry will begin on Wednesday. Minister Ian Borg said that new registry will … Read more

Former Minister Louis Galea was appointed president of PN think-tank AŻAD: The Headlines – In-Nazzjon

 

In-Nazzjon reports the jury ruling 8-1 against Emanuel insanity plea. The case will therefore go ahead with the compilation of evidence. The jury voted … Read more

Minister Ian Borg announces the setting up of a registry of contractors in collaboration with the Developers Association: The Headlines – The Times of Malta

 

The Times quotes Minister Ian Borg who announced the setting up of a registry of contractors. The Minister said the government has secured the … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

Good morning

These are the main stories on Malta’s newspaper frontpages.

The Times reports on the trial of Michael Emanuel accused of the murder of … Read more

Malta registered the best results in Europe with the reduction in cases of breast cancer: The Headlines – L-Orizzont

 

L-Orizzont says that Malta registered the best results in Europe with the reduction in cases of breast cancer. The Health Minister told the paper … Read more