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The Times of Malta dominates the Maltese streets on weekdays as well as on Sundays. On Sundays, the company prints the Sunday Times paper. It has interesting features and information to keep its readers focused on the issues printed therein. The daily newspaper has a good foundation as it was introduced in 1920’s and 1930’s. Over the years, the newspaper has grown a great deal in terms of news coverage and editing quality. Constitutional party established existence of both the Sunday and Malta Times. The names of this newspaper have thrived for an extended period of time because its founders put the ownership under a unique trust. The trust also protects the company from financial problems.

This trust produces both newspapers free from influence by the government or any businessperson or firm. This assures freedom of speech since the newspapers are not under any exclusive control. A unique feature to this newspaper is its conservativeness. It concentrates on matters of culture, Maltese history as well as religion. Any one with a passion for Maltese history and culture should read the Malta Times in earnest. Students working on historic and cultural projects linked to Malta use this paper intensively because it is an important resource.

The Malta Times contains various sections. One of the most popular sections is the classifieds. This section acts as the advertisement column. The section has a wide variety of products and services advertised on it. Any one in need of various products and or services should visit this section regularly. The section also contains various job advertisements. Employers post vacant opportunities on this section. Apart from the Malta and Sunday Times, other popular newspapers include In-Nazzjon Taghna as well as other independent newspapers. Unlike the Times, these newspapers use the Maltese language. They foster culture and Maltese history. The only downside to these newspapers is that they lock out non-Maltese readers.

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