Melvin Theuma's testimony to stand in proceedings over fake government job, court says
Melvin Theuma's testimony will not be expunged from criminal proceedings against Keith Schembri and others on the phantom job the former was given with the government
Prosecution given December deadline to finish exhibiting evidence in Porticello money laundering case
Florinda Sultana and Albert Buttigieg are accused of using restaurants to launder money linked to fuel smuggling
Man suffers serious injuries during Mellieħa obstacle race

The man was hospitalised with serious injuries on Saturday

The man was hospitalised with serious injuries on Saturday

Local bus operators takes government to court over free public transport plans

Local bus operators claim free public transport will distort the market and increase the already-substantial subsidies being doled out to Malta Public Transport

Local bus operators claim free public transport will...

Three-year-old girl grievously injured after being hit by a car in Ta’ Xbiex

The car was being driven by a 35-year-old man

The car was being driven by a 35-year-old man

Repubblika warn of irremediable damage if Magistrate Lia hears Pilatus proceedings

Repubblika lawyer Jason Azzopardi says case is at do or die ‘stage’

Repubblika lawyer Jason Azzopardi says case is at do or die...

Melvin Theuma refuses to testify in phantom job case against Keith Schembri and others

Pardoned Daphne Caruana Galizia murder middleman Melvin Theuma refuses to testify in criminal proceedings against Keith Schembri, Yorgen Fenech and other...

Pardoned Daphne Caruana Galizia murder middleman Melvin...

Paulina Dembska suffered unheard-of violence and knew she was dying, court hears

Warning: graphic detail follows | Pathologist describes horrific scene attesting to brutal violence in New Year's Day rape and murder of Paulina...

Warning: graphic detail follows | Pathologist...

Policing a tough gig, but internal politics makes life harder for officers

MaltaToday’s senior court reporter Matthew Agius spent weeks speaking to police officers he encounters to gain a picture of what they say is a sustained...

MaltaToday’s senior court reporter Matthew Agius...

Jason Azzopardi retracts claims that Owen Bonnici is a ‘criminal and a liar’

Owen Bonnici has dropped libel proceedings against former PN MP Jason Azzopardi after the latter withdrew claims that the former justice minister was a...

Owen Bonnici has dropped libel proceedings against former...

€1 million in damages over Labour Party ‘coercion’ to hand over Birżebbuġa building

Birżebbuġa property owners were presented with ‘all or nothing’ deal by former lands minister Joe Brincat in 1979

Birżebbuġa property owners were presented with...

40 victims scammed out of nearly €500,000 by cleaner's fake housing scheme, court told

The scheme saw the accused selling victims government-owned properties that had been repossessed by banks at a reduced price

The scheme saw the accused selling victims government-owned...

Patrick Spiteri: two years’ jail for fraud of double Oscar winner Bricusse

Lawyer who conned investors gets two years’ jail in £150,000 fraud complaint by the late Leslie Bricusse

Lawyer who conned investors gets two years’ jail in...

Caruana Galizia lawyer says Degiorgio brothers creating 'self-inflicted' problems to postpone trial

Two men charged with murdering Daphne Caruana Galizia have argued their legal aid lawyers do not have enough time to prepare their defence for the upcoming...

Two men charged with murdering Daphne Caruana Galizia have...

Two children hospitalised after Mqabba car accident

A car accident in Mqabba on Wednesday afternoon leaves a boy seriously...

A car accident in Mqabba on Wednesday afternoon leaves...

Pilatus case: Prosecution summons witnesses but refuses to rule out charging them

Senior figures at Pilatus Bank had been summoned to testify on Wednesday, but when on the witness stand, all but one declined to testify because the...

Senior figures at Pilatus Bank had been summoned to testify...

Two charged with human trafficking of undocumented migrants at Delimara

Two denied bail over the arrival of 10 undocumented Bangladeshi nationals at Delimara in September • Four other men pleaded guilty

Two denied bail over the arrival of 10 undocumented...

Muscats’ request to participate in Ferris perjury case turned down by court

Magistrate Marse-Ann Farrugia has denied a request by former prime minister Joseph Muscat and his wife Michelle to be admitted as parte civile in a perjury...

Magistrate Marse-Ann Farrugia has denied a request by...

Police custody death: prisoner could have ‘swallowed something’

Court expert testifies to overhearing someone saying that ‘Richmond Tong...

Court expert testifies to overhearing someone saying that...

Contractor fined €7,000 for health and safety failures that led to worker being injured on the job

A contactor was found guilty of not providing safety equipment in a case where a worker was seriously injured at his place of work

A contactor was found guilty of not providing safety...