Man Associated With BOV Cyber-Heist Sentenced To 11 Years In US Prison

  A man involved in the cyber-heist of millions of euros from the Bank of Valletta has been sentenced to 11 years in California.     Ghaleb Alaumary, 36, is a dual Canadian and US citizen and was condemned for conspiring to launder millions of dollars stolen in several wire and bank fraud schemes, including […]

Junior College To Resume With In-Person Learning

  Junior College has announced that they will be resuming face-to-face learning this scholastic year after a year of online schooling.     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by UM Junior College (JC) (@umjuniorcollege) The long-awaited news was announced on the Sixth Form’s official Instagram page, calling it ‘exciting news’. This […]

Nurses Union Protests Against Mandatory Hotel Quarantine

  The Malta Union of Midwives & Nurses – MUMN – is protesting against the mandatory hotel quarantine period that is being imposed on those entering the country from dark red zones, saying that the measure is a mere ‘punishment’.     At the time of writing, people entering Malta from any ‘dark red’ country […]

School Attendance Is Now Compulsory Again

  School attendance will become compulsory once again when students return this month, reversing a controversial policy that previously enabled parents to keep children at home due to the pandemic.     As the Education Ministry shared, ‘Once we are slowly returning back to normal, this obligation (to attend school) will be effective once again […]