Malta gears up for organic waste separation deadline
Wasteserv says encouraging public response to organic waste separation 
Rising demand and falling produce signals ‘hunger problem’ for Malta
Agriculturalist Everaldo Attard warns Malta could have a food shortage problem as demand outstrips local production
Residents file appeal against Mistra ridge mega-project

Xemxija, St Paul’s Bay and other localities’ residents raised...

Xemxija, St Paul’s Bay and other localities’...

Gozo tunnel must be submitted to SEA impact study, NGOs warn

‘Discussion on Gozo tunnel has not even begun’, NGO coalition says,...

‘Discussion on Gozo tunnel has not even begun’,...

Environment authority in fight against alien species

Thousands of Maltese trees have been planted and the reintroduction of...

Thousands of Maltese trees have been planted and the...

Water taken from Maltese boreholes is up by 24%, and nobody is even paying for it

Over 230 million litres of water extracted annually by just four boreholes

Over 230 million litres of water extracted annually by just...

Drones will map out 2,500 kilometres of Malta’s roads for new database

Infrastructure Malta using drones for nationwide road survey

Infrastructure Malta using drones for nationwide road survey

Land reclamation: Gated communities with their backs turned on our horizon?

Malta’s environment minister is probably in favour of a very expensive project for land reclamation. But four questions remain unanswered

Malta’s environment minister is probably in favour of...

Concerned residents condemn illegal dumping in St. Thomas Bay

Concerned residents are beginning to take action against people using various...

Concerned residents are beginning to take action against...

Private vehicles allowed unlimited entry into civic amenity sites

Civic amenity site reform introduced to instil discipline in waste management

Civic amenity site reform introduced to instil discipline...

Activists call for immediate closure and remote sensing of illegal boreholes

Proposals included in a report on a seminar organised by Friends of the Earth Malta and Front Harsien ODZ cover five major areas affecting citizenship...

Proposals included in a report on a seminar organised by...

Fish farms face emergency enforcement order: two days to present plan of action

Polluting fish farms have two working days to present a plan of action describing how they plan on tackling illegalities

Polluting fish farms have two working days to present a...

Environmental expert bemoans ‘tree-hating Malta’

The environment ministry published a report on afforestation and ecological...

The environment ministry published a report on...

Volume of fish landings increases by 126%

The volume of fish landings in 2016 increased by 125.9% over the corresponding...

The volume of fish landings in 2016 increased by 125.9%...

MHRA pushes for fish farm slime solution

Fish farm representatives agree to work closely with stakeholders to resolve issue following meeting with hoteliers.

Fish farm representatives agree to work closely with...

BirdLife Malta urges government, police to prioritise law enforcement during autumn hunting season

With this year’s autumn hunting season opening today, BirdLife Malta appealed for environmental law to be enforced

With this year’s autumn hunting season opening today,...

Bathers decry fish farms in vicinity of popular beaches

Fish farm slime is no new occurrence, but bathers all over the island have...

Fish farm slime is no new occurrence, but bathers all over...

Front calls on Planning Authority to confirm Wied Ghomor permit refusal

Front Harsien ODZ says the Planning Authority to confirm the refusal of a permit for a home for the elderly in the Wied Ghomor quarry and insists government...

Front Harsien ODZ says the Planning Authority to confirm...

Action against polluting fish farms: Cabinet supports emergency enforcement orders

Tuna farm operators all found to be in breach of regulations, including an operator whose permit covers the breeding of sea bream and sea bass

Tuna farm operators all found to be in breach of...

Archbishop Charles Scicluna warns malicious bloggers: ‘you’ll have God to answer to’

Charles Scicluna’s homily to parishioners celebrating hunters’ patron saint St Julian warns against continued destruction of countryside and urban...

Charles Scicluna’s homily to parishioners celebrating...