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Karozzin horse collapses and dies in Floriana

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Animal Rights parliamentary secretary says laws need to change Photo: Marc Aaron Orchard Updated 5pm  A horse drawing a karozzin collapsed and died in Floriana on Wednesday afternoon, horrifying tourists and prompting the parliamentary secretary for animal rights to call for laws to be revised. The incident happened at about 1pm at St Francis Street near Boffa hospital as […]

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€64,000 in funding for upgrade of Nadur football pitch

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BY GOZO NEWS                   The Planning Authority has signed an agreement with five Local Councils, including Nadur in Gozo, for community improvement projects, with the money provided through its Development Planning Fund. The Authority said that it is committing over €64,000 for the upgrading of the football pitch […]

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Elderly man given suspended sentence for festa stabbing incident

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Magistrate Francesco Depasquale stressed that feasts should be an occasion for unity not creating divisions By Yannick Pace The stabbing incident took place on Sunday morning during the feast march in Birżebbuġa A man from Birżebbuġa was handed a one-year prison sentence suspended for two years after he admitted to stabbing another man during the Birżebbuġa […]

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Aġġornata: L-ispettaklu tan-nar ta’ Ħal Lija se jsir

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Minn Michela Cutajar  | Photos – Ian Noel Pace Photos – Ian Noel Pace Photos – Ian Noel Pace Photos – Ian Noel Pace Photos – Ian Noel Pace Photos – Ian Noel Pace Photos – Ian Noel Pace Membru mis-Soċjetà Mużikali San Pio X ta’ Ħal Lija qal ma’ Newsbook.com.mt li kemm l-ispettakklu tan-nar tal-art, kif ukoll […]

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PN lost its credibility, Delia says

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‘This is the start of a process’ The Nationalist party has lost its credibility and is not managing to show it renewed itself, Nationalist party leader Adrian Delia conceded. He was speaking in reaction to a survey published by MaltaToday on Sunday showing that Labour party could win with a margin of some 94,000 votes […]

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Should we stop eating Maltese peppers?

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All peppers failed tests for excessive pesticides Of the 15 samples of local lettuce tested, none failed. But new pests have been ravaging peaches, forcing farmers to turn to costly pesticides. Ivan Martin throws some more light on the latest pesticide tests carried out on Maltese fruit and vegetables – which had the worst results in […]

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Fjamingu jinżel jiffriska fir-Raml

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Fjamingu niżel fil-bajja tar-Ramla l-Ħamra f’Għawdex il bierah. Ritratti  li waslu għand Newsbook.com.mt juru lil dan l-għasfur fl-ilma f’din il-bajja ramlija. Skont is-sit Birding  in Malta, il-fjamingu huwa għasfur rari f’Malta. Is-soltu jinżel waħdu jew ikun parti minn grupp żgħir ta’ fjamingi. Theresiene Refalo Theresiene Refalo

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Ramla statue to be restored

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By Beppe Galea The landmark statue of Our Lady of Hope located in the centre of Ramla Bay in Gozo will undergo restoration works following planning permission by the Planning Commission. The original statue, which dates back to 1881 and was built by a certain John Gauci from Xaghra and is made from concrete and rendered […]

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Horse pulling carriage collapses in sweltering heat

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Anger ahead of protest to ban Drivers and commuters could only watch in despair as a horse pulling a carriage collapsed in the sweltering heat in Pieta on Saturday afternoon. According to a witness, the horse also had a bleeding leg when the incident happened around 4pm, just past the Porte des Bombes tunnel. It is not known […]