Prime Minister Joseph Muscat confirms Greek government prepared to cancel referendum if third bail out agreed
Former investments minister Austin Gatt testifies in the Public Accounts Committee on the NAO report into Enemalta's fuel procuremment
Economy Minister Chris Cardona says Karl Cutajar, 18, has resigned from his directorship role
Claudio Grech argues that Bank of Valletta should have granted parliamentary secretary unpaid leave, rather than a €260,000 early retirement package.
The Malta Police Association is protesting against a rule that prohibits public officers from bidding for confiscated items which were being sold by auction
30c two-hour ticket for elderly, children and disabled extended until 7th July
Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi defends decision by previous government to compensate landowner €404,000 for land originally estimated at €60,000
Malta to benefit from new European Funds under the Connecting European Facility
Court rules that in spite of the delays, which led to his trial taking “longer than was strictly necessary,” there was no breach of Holme's right to justice with a reasonable time
Women and children among hundreds saved from the Mediterranean Sea
Jean Paul Aquilina, accused of dangerous driving, disobeying police orders and assaulting police officers who had pulled him over for driving erratically, is claiming that he had been brutally attacked by the police.
European Commission launches call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to help finance key trans-European energy infrastructure projects
Marketing manager sets up a website to raise €1.6 billion in donations for debt-stricken Greece by Sunday
Defendants who were going to sell another portion of the controversial Valletta property now have doubts on the good faith of the sale.
Greece discusses an 11th hour proposal by European Commission President that would allow it to repay part of its debt to the IMF, the deadline of which is tonight.
Psychologist Mariella Blackman, wife of evangelist pastor Gordon-John Manché, files defamation suit against Times
While roaming prices will decrease drastically already in 2016, they will be completely phased out by June 2017.
10 Nigerian irregular immigrants were repatriated since April in three separate Frontex-coordinated flights
15-year-old suffers hand and facial burns after igniting a petard part that subsequently exploded in his face.