Valletta: Chemimart City Gate Pharmacy, City Gate; ?amrun: St Gaetan Pharmacy, Parish Priest Mifsud Street; Qormi: Pinto Pharmacy, 43 St Sebastian Street; Swatar: St Mark's Pharmacy, P.
Malta Independent, 22 hours ago
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Six people, all but one of them minors, were killed and about 35 others injured in a stampede of panicked concertgoers early Saturday at a disco in a small town on Italy's central Adriatic coast,
Malta Independent, 2 days ago
Three men suspected of smuggling some 870,000 contraband cigarettes, who were arrested by the police in the Fekruna area last month, have been granted bail. James Azzopardi and James Spiteri both
Malta Independent, 3 days ago
Canadian authorities said Wednesday that they have arrested the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies for possible extradition to the United States. China demanded her immediate
Malta Independent, 4 days ago
A National Audit Office report has noted that for the past two years, Arts Council Malta (ACM) did not prepare its Financial Statements, and has also found that credit control was weak. The
Malta Independent, 5 days ago
Mosta were trailing by two goals after thirteen minutes play, but recovered well to snatch the winner in extra time and now face Sliema in the fourth round of the competition. It was an exceptional match especially in the first half with both sides playing some entertaining football.
Malta Independent, 6 days ago
Hamrun Spartans set up a daunting clash with Birkirkara in the round of Last 16 when on Sunday they advanced to that round after beating Floriana 1-0.
Malta Independent, 7 days ago
A French protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot Saturday in Paris as police fired tear gas and water cannon in street battles with activists wearing the
Malta Independent, 8 days ago
Taylon Marcolino, of Brazil, was a Hibernians hero yesterday evening as he helped himself to a brilliant hat-trick in just five minutes to lead the Paolites to a comfortable win over Qormi.
Malta Independent, 9 days ago
The Nationalist Party insisted on Thursday that schoolchildren should be given locally sourced fresh fruit, instead of foreign products that are already turning sour by the time they are
Malta Independent, 10 days ago