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Final phase of Marsa-Ħamrun bypass project underway

Infrastructure Malta said that this second phase is planned to improve connections leading to the same main road. The aim is to improve the connections of the Marsa-Ħamrun Bypass with nearby localities, including Birkirkara, Santa Venera, Qormi, Ħamrun and Marsa.

Ramona Attard seeks Labour presidency

Former ONE journalist Ramona Attard has announced that she will be seeking the post of President of the Labour Party, succeeding Daniel Micallef who is seeking the post of deputy leader for party affairs recently vacated by Chris Cardona.

On 103: Have the Maltese lost their trust in politics?

The discussion will take place during 103’s flagship discussion programme Newsbook Hour on Saturday at 9:00am. The discussion will be also be LIVE on Newsbook.com.mt

PA approves 18-apartment block in site of archaeological importance

The Planning Authority has approved the construction of a block of 18 apartments in a Kalkara site in proximity of archaeological remains.

Crime victims’ agency to be set up

An agency for crime victims will be set up shortly, Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri announced on Friday.

University research team, 3D printing company win Covid-19 innovation awards

The University of Malta’s Faculty of Engineering and 3D printing company Invent 3D have been honoured for their innovative efforts in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in an award scheme launched by the Malta Digital Innovation Authority.

Trump attacks ‘left-wing cultural revolution’ in Mount Rushmore address

The pre-July 4 holiday event drew 7,500 people, packed into an outdoor amphitheater. Many did not wear masks, defying the advice of health officials who have urged Americans to avoid large gatherings to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Khashoggi murder trial told oven was lit after killing

Zeki Demir, a local technician who worked for the consulate, was giving evidence on the first day of the trial in absentia of 20 Saudi officials over Khashoggi's killing, which sparked global outrage and tarnished the image of Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler.

Portugal fumes at exclusion from UK safe travel list

Portugal was left off a list of more than 50 countries that Britain considers safe enough for travel without coronavirus-related restrictions, meaning holidaymakers returning from Portugal would have to quarantine for 14 days.

Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum reopens its doors

In a first for Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum on March 12th 2020 – prior to the nationwide shutdown implemented by authorities – the palazzo closed its doors to the general public

Media scheme for exhibitors – Malta Book Festival

The National Book Council has announced the launch of a media scheme for prospective exhibitors of the Malta Book Festival 2020.

Touring Filfla

Following the enthusiastic response for the first tour to Filfla, Heritage Malta is inviting the public to join Senior Curator John J Borg on Saturday 25th July, on an intriguing tour around Filfla during which he will reveal several interesting anecdotes about the history and wildlife of this island.

Rugby and the workplace: the unlikely parallels

On Thursday 9th July, APS Bank will be hosting its fifteenth APS talk, titled ‘Rugby and the workplace: The unlikely parallels’.

First group of semi-finalists for Malta Social Impact Awards 2020

Five social initiatives have been selected as the first group of semi-finalists for this year’s Malta Social Impact Awards (MSIA) and are now in the running to win financial and non-financial support.

BOV urges customers to ‘Beat the Receipt’

Bank of Valletta is now offering its customers the option not to get a printed receipt for card transactions effected through a BOV EPOS machine.
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Watch: New football and rugby sports complex in Kordin to cost €7.2 million

The Planning Authority has approved the application to build a new sports complex for football and rugby games in Kordin, with an investment of €7.2 million.

Special prosecutor to examine allegations against FIFA boss

Switzerland named a special prosecutor to review criminal complaints against FIFA chief Gianni Infantino and Attorney General Michael Lauber after the men held undocumented meetings while Lauber's office was investigating suspected graft surrounding the global soccer body.
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Watch: Sport Malta committed to organising two major events in the coming years

Sport Malta is committed to organising two major events that will take place in our country - the 2022 Special Olympics Games and the 2023 European Small Countries Games.

On 103: Will tourism propel Malta’s economy through COVID-19 and beyond?

Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli and Shadow Minister Robert Arrigo are today's guests on Newsbook Hour on 103 Malta's Heart.
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Live on 103: Can the Church renew itself?

On Saturday at 9.00a.m. during Newsbook Hour on 103 Malta’s Heart, Dr Nadia Delicata, the Archbishop delegate for Evangelisation will answer the questions of Fr Joe Borg about this process of renewal.
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Watch: COVID-19 cases will today increase again – Martin Balzan

Newsbook.com.mt will discuss this subject on Saturday 23rd May at 9am. Fr Joe Borg will lead the discussion between the head of the MAM Dr Martin Balzan and the CEO of the Malta Chamber for SMEs Abigail Mamo.

Medical tele-consultations tried and tested

Tabib.mt is an online, Maltese, digital platform implementing the efficiency and effectiveness that comes with telehealth visits.

Infjorata inspires solidarity and hope in Gozo

Minister for Gozo Clint Camilleri visited the infjorata (flower carpet) in Għarb square, Gozo which has the theme ‘We welcome you among us in Għarb, Gozo’.

Young Parliamentarians programme comes to an end

Nine schools and 40 students were awarded a certificate for successfully completing the Young Parliamentarians programme, run by the Youth Agency. This program gives young people the opportunity to represent their respective schools in a debate competition.