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Evening Daily News Feed Roundup

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Good evening,

These are the main news reported by the leading Maltese news portals:

A leaner parliament with 45 full-time legislators, a Cabinet having no more than eight ministers and a ban on MPs holding any positions with government entities are among a set of proposals made by the Malta Employers’ Association in a bid to restore trust in the country’s institutions. Source: Times of Malta


 

Chris Cardona’s number was the only one saved on a mobile phone found by police in a raid, during which three men were arrested over Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder. Source: Malta Today


A whistleblower who has come forward and exposed corruption in the Police Traffic Branch has claimed that officers would collect ‘protection money’ from a number of major construction firms and transport companies. Source: The Malta Independent


A 59-year-old man is in danger of dying after he fell off a ladder in Nadur yesterday. The Police said that they were informed of the accident in Triq San Blas at around 12.50pm when the injured man was brought to Gozo General Hospital with a private car. Source: TVM


Government has announced that as from tomorrow households will receive a one-time additional bonus. A cheque of €35 will be sent to all the families and a €15 cheque will be received by those living alone, including pensioners. Source: Newsbook

 

Foreign News Roundup

 

These are the headlines and news items reviewed by our researchers and editorial team:

Sajid Javid resigns as chancellor as Boris Johnson reshuffles his government

 

Gibraltar urged to invest more effort in fight against money laundering and financing of terrorism

 

EU Commission expecting Maltese economy to continue to moderate but still fastest-growing in Europe

 

EU to put Cayman Islands on tax haven blacklist

 

All New South Wales fires ‘contained’

 

German CDU to start search for new leader next week

 

Ex-porn star Cicciolina launches new political party in Italy

 

Cyprus warned money laundering risk in the real estate sector has “increased exponentially” under the Investment Program

 

UN Security Council adopts Libyan ceasefire resolution

 

Two Maltese on cruise ship stuck in Cambodia over coronavirus fears

 

London gets first case of coronavirus, Germany calls on EU to allocate funds

 

France officially opens investigation into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder

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