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12:49

The proposed redesign of the existing facade will see the removal of the characteristic balustrades on the old facade

Tribunal rejects application despite Court direction
08:04

The Tribunal held that in this case, privacy could still be attained for a dwelling without the need to raise the boundary wall

Planning Board approves Imperial Hotel conversion into elderly home
15:10

Restoration and redevelopment works have been approved for the Imperial Hotel in Sliema after the local council’s concerns on the building's historic value were addressed in a revised proposal

[WATCH] Planning Authority tribunal says NGOs, Sliema council can appeal Townsquare approval
19-01

The Planning Autority's EPRT says that Sliema local council can appeal against the PA decision to approve Townsquare

Maghtab to host 22,000 solar panels
19-01

A solar farm hosting 22,000 photovoltaic panels will be developed on land previously earmarked for landscaping with indigenous shrubs and trees, and is expected to produce enough energy to cater for the needs of 850 households

NGOs: PA blocking appeal ‘monstrous attempt at censoring civil society’
17-01

Green NGOs say they will challenge PA obstacles to high-rise appeals at every stage and in every court

Higher rate of discarded vehicles leads to hazardous waste generation
17-01

The amount of hazardous waste generated in 2015 grew by 36.4% due to an increase in discarded vehicles and chemical wastes

New swan spotted in St Thomas Bay, wing injured - BirdLife Malta
17-01

BirdLife Malta has said that a Mute Swan observed in St Thomas Bay this morning was not part of the flock sheltering in Gozo, but noted that it had been injured

Questions raised over ninth tuna net off St Paul’s islands
16-01

Front Harsien ODZ calls on authorities to investigate as fish farm operator says extra cage ‘is a runner cage’

Luqa council protests plan for 250-unit project
16-01

The Luqa local council has called on the Planning Authority to assess five different applications for residential development as one, as well as calling for 'landscaping and embellishment of the area'

[WATCH] Interconnector energy provision at 75% when blackout hit
16-01

Enemalta executive chairman: 'If we agree against use of heavy fuel oil, and if we agree on security of supply, no other option remains other than a new power station'

Refuelling of LNG floating storage unit complete
15-01

The refuelling process started on Wednesday following the arrival of LNG tanker, GALEA

Maltreated animals discovered at illegally built factory extension
13-01

They were discovered during a direct-action operation by the Planning Authority to remove the illegally constructed structure

[WATCH] Laboratory Wharf pipeline leaks marine diesel
13-01

The source of the oil spill at the Grand Harbour was a leaking pipeline leading to Laboratory Wharf, but the situation is now under control, Enemed has said

Hunters and BirdLife put aside their differences in feeding Gozo swans
13-01

Discussions between FKNK, KSU and BirdLife Malta yield positive results as they agree on feeding protocol for swans in Gozo

Wasteserv and ERA to develop landfill management policy in €14 million EU project
13-01

Waste management operator Wasteserv and the Environment and Resource Authority will be joining six other partners in a €14 million EU project aimed improving regional policy on landfill management

Farmer already in possession of storage rooms
13-01

Where illegal development is present on a site, new development on that same site cannot be considered

Major oil spill spreads across Grand Harbour
12-01

MaltaToday reader says he saw no evidence of any oil spill control activity whatsoever

State aid approval paves way for ElectroGas 18-year security of supply deal
12-01

Legal certainty that Malta will not be in breach of state aid rules means that ElectroGas can now confirm its 18-year security of supply agreement • Publication of contracts expected in the coming days

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