Doctor Not Paying Clamping Fee Because of Lack of Parking At Mater Dei

  A doctor at Mater Dei Hospital is refusing to pay his clamping fee in protest at the lack of parking spaces available at the hospital.     The anonymous specialist anaesthetist told Times of Malta that last month, he went to work at Mater Dei but could not find a parking space, and that […]

Local Nurses Quitting At A Rate Of Three A Week

  Roughly three nurses are quitting their jobs at Mater Dei Hospital every week, as union chief Paul Pace has stated.     Several nurses are resigning from their jobs to work in the UK and Ireland, where foreign nurses are being welcomed with free accommodation, better pay, and promised citizenship for themselves and their […]

Sta Venera footballer collapses on the pitch at Ta’ Qali

A football player has been admitted to hospital after he collapsed on the pitch during a football match at Ta’Qali. Mun Law received immediate treatment from the Malta FA paramedic on duty at the Centenary Stadium who used a defibrillator to treat the Yau Mun Law who is the captain of Santa Venera Lightnings. The […]

Police treat attack in Bugibba as attempted murder

Malta Police have launched a massive manhunt after an horrific stabbing in Bugibba. They said they are treating the attack as attempted murder. They are looking for a Serbian man in connection with the case. The victim, a 58-year-old man from Macedonia, is said to be fighting for his life in hospital. He was rushed […]

Survivor speaks for first time since Malta bus crash

A survivor of the Malta bus crash has managed to speak for the first time since he almost died two weeks ago. Simon Morrison was seriously injured after an open-top double-decker smashed into a tree during a sightseeing tour. Mr Morrison, from Aberdeenshire, was put in an induced coma at Mater Dei Hospital after the […]