Labour MEP wants consumers at the centre of EU’s energy policy
‘Consumers need to be at the core of any European energy policy and this should be reflected in all the Member States’
Europe braces itself for more heavy rainfall
Five dead, two missing in floods; more heavy showers forecast throughout weekend
Paris metro workers join national strike

Workers on the Paris metro and suburban rail networks are joining French national rail workers on strike, just over a week before the Euro 2016 football...

Workers on the Paris metro and suburban rail networks are...

MEP says innovative financial instruments are key to push creative sector forward in EU

MEP Therese Comodini Cachia says that access to finance is the key to push the creative sector forward

MEP Therese Comodini Cachia says that access to finance is...

European Commission takes steps to modernise standardisation policy

European Commission presents vision on standardisation of products and...

European Commission presents vision on standardisation of...

Successful European fund for strategic investments to be extended

The EFSI is already active in 26 member states and is anticipated to...

The EFSI is already active in 26 member states and is...

UK voter opinion shifts towards Brexit, polls reveal

Two Guardian/ICM polls have revealed a shift in public opinion in favour of...

Two Guardian/ICM polls have revealed a shift in public...

Switzerland to open world's longest and deepest rail tunnel two decades in the making

After almost two decades of construction work, the world's longest and deepest rail tunnel is to be officially opened in Switzerland

After almost two decades of construction work, the...

Malta has third lowest unemployment rate in the EU for April

Unemployment at 10.2% in Eurozone and at 8.7% in the EU in April

Unemployment at 10.2% in Eurozone and at 8.7% in the EU in...

French rail workers to strike as unions continue protests against labour reforms

French railway workers are to join strike as unions continue to protest against planned labour reforms

French railway workers are to join strike as unions...

Photo of drowned baby highlights week of migrant tragedies

‘I took hold of the forearm of the baby and pulled the light body...

‘I took hold of the forearm of the baby and pulled...

‘We want to remain’: British expats in Malta fearing a Brexit

British expats who live in Malta appear anxious about the consequences of a...

British expats who live in Malta appear anxious about the...

Migration turmoil tests EU fundamental rights resolve, report finds

Over one million people sought refuge in the EU in 2015

Over one million people sought refuge in the EU in 2015

Philanthropists urge Europe to give a human face to the refugee debate

Libya Herald managing editor warns that Libyans not invested in preventing migrants using country as a gateway into Europe  

Libya Herald managing editor warns that Libyans not...

Joining the EU ‘best decision Malta could have made’, Muscat tells UK voters

Arguing against a Brexit, Joseph Muscat says countries should not be withdrawing from the ‘strategic networks’ that have served member states so...

Arguing against a Brexit, Joseph Muscat says countries...

Majority vote on Single Market strategy welcomed

Labour MEP Marlene Mizzi says a fairer single market stimulate economic growth

Labour MEP Marlene Mizzi says a fairer single market...

European Commission closes two infringements against Malta

European Commission closes two infringements, about its failure to apply...

European Commission closes two infringements, about its...

50 refugees rescued in tragic shipwreck off Libya

Tragic shipwreck off Libya leaves an estimated 80 refugees dead

Tragic shipwreck off Libya leaves an estimated 80 refugees...

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