Two of the women were handed suspended sentences
WATCH: PM Says He Will Take Decision To Publish Egrant Report After Conclusion Of Delia Case - ‘I Will Keep My Promise’
‘I need to take into account what the AG says, what the court says, and my own political responsibility’
WATCH: ‘I’m Not Saying There Is No Evidence’ - PM Insists Action Will Be Taken Against Masterminds Of Caruana Galizia Murder Once Concrete Evidence Is Available
‘It does not help anyone if police charged someone and two years later the case gets dismissed because of a lack of evidence’
'Imagine Ninja Lecturing At MCAST': Maltese MEP Candidate Sees Esports As Malta's 'Next Big Industry'
'I haven't played Fortnite, though I have played Tekken since I was 18; I do enjoy Tekken a lot.'
Malta’s Representative For Tuna Farms Is Refusing To Answer Questions Over Potential Conflicts Of Interests
Charlon Gouder became chief lobbyist for tuna farmers right before his tenure at the Ministry for Environment was terminated
David Casa will not be investigated by the EU's anti-fraud office despite former aide's serious allegations
Sweet Sixteen And Your Town At Your Feet: Labour Politicians Want To Give Teens Shot At Local Council Elections
"Now they have the right to vote, it's only right they be given the right to contest local elections"
"Nine foreigners are squeezing into apartments that were built for two or three people"
‘The current situation means the UK needs to either accept the deal, or not exit the EU at all.’
Local Councils, Residents, And NGOs Band Together To Launch Two New Legal Actions Against DB Group Project
Lawsuits were made possible by the over €26,000 raised through a crowdfunding initiative
"It's what happens when you're conditioned to see women in politics as something dangerous"
The assassinated journalist’s heirs point to testimonies and forensic reports to explain their position