Tag: St. Paul’s Bay

Critically injured following argument in St. Paul’s Bay

A 36-year old man from Libya is in critical condition following an argument in St. Paul's Bay.

St Paul’s Bay BOV branch and ATM back in service

Bank of Valletta would like to advise that following urgent maintenance works on property belonging to third parties above its St Paul’s Bay Branch, both branch and ATM will be operative again and open for customers from Friday 8th November 2019.

Motorcyclist, pillion rider grievously injured in St. Paul’s Bay

A motorcyclist and a pillion rider were grievously injured in St Paul's Bay on Friday.The accident happened...

Man grievously injured after falling off a wall in St Paul’s...

A 62-year-ols man was grievously injured after falling off a wall in St Paul’s Bay on Monday morning.The incident happened at around 3.20am...

Man grievously injured following road accident in St.Paul’s Bay

A 59-year-old man was grievously injured after he got run over by a car in St.Paul’s Bay on Saturday.

Listen: “Justice was not served in our case”

 “Justice was not served in our case,” Daine Mulè Stagno said while she was interviewed on 103 fm. Mulè Stagno's mother, Maria Dolores Zarb, 60,...

Man in critical condition after almost drowning

A man is in critical condition after being rescued after almost drowning near the Dawret il-Gzejjer, St Paul’s Bay this evening.According to the police,...

Police confirms remains being those of Charlene Farrugia – media reports

Local media outlets are reporting that forensic tests have confirmed that the human remains found last July in Valletta are those of Charlene Farrugia. Remains...

Some 7,000 wine bottles and 700 plastic bags seized by Customs

Customs Enforcement officials seized 6,956 wine bottles and 740 plastic bags.The Customs officials found a number of wine bottles and plastic bags that were...

Probable PL victory in St Paul’s Bay – sources

First results for the local council elections are expected imminently as the predictions for the PN seem increasingly dire. Observers in the political millieu...