Eat less meat: Malta animal charity MSPCA wants public to go ‘cruelty free’
MSPCA to launch campaign with vegan athlete on the benefits of eating less meat
3,000 manholes to be sealed to stop illegal dumping inside Malta’s sewers
Illegal waste like cow’s carcasses and pigs’ heads gets dumped inside Malta’s sewers: 3,000 manholes around the island will have to be sealed shut to stop...
[WATCH] Renaturing: Why bringing back the green can solve urban problems

Mario Balzan, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Applied Sciences of the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is the coordinator of the...

Mario Balzan, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Applied...

PA starts reform of controversial rural policy

Planning Authority commences review of rural policy which controversially paved...

Planning Authority commences review of rural policy which...

Extinction Rebellion Malta calls on parliament to unanimously declare climate change emergency

The eNGO said that future generations being born in Malta today, will face the consequences of a failure to act if no action is taken

The eNGO said that future generations being born in Malta...

Some carrots, but no sticks: Budget 2020 on climate and the environment

Cut-off date for fossil fuel engines and 2050 deadline for carbon-neutral Malta, but can businesses get their act in order without being pushed?

Cut-off date for fossil fuel engines and 2050 deadline for...

450 reverse vending machines to be in place by end of 2020

Beverage container refund scheme for plastics, metal and glass beverages...

Beverage container refund scheme for plastics, metal...

Gozo tremor recorded at magnitude 3.7

Slight tremor felt in Gozo late on Tuesday evening

Slight tremor felt in Gozo late on Tuesday evening

Handling hazardous waste at home

In summer, things like ‘fjakkoli’, expired charcoal, charcoal ash, insect repellant and leftover paints from DIY decorating, may generate...

In summer, things like ‘fjakkoli’, expired...

Six illegal trapping sites found, protected bird seized by police

CABS find six illegal trapping sites and police seize sets of clap nets and...

CABS find six illegal trapping sites and police seize sets...

Reconstruction of long-collapsed buildings allowed in ODZ: Front Harsien calls for policy review

2014 guidelines allow the reconstruction of long-collapsed buildings and erection of new dwellings in the countryside

2014 guidelines allow the reconstruction of long-collapsed...

How a contract from 1915 can turn a derelict country ruin into a villa

A lease contract signed 100 years ago refers to someone living in “five rooms” in the Palma area, and thanks to the controversial Rural Policy in...

A lease contract signed 100 years ago refers to someone...

Authorities launch investigation into Marsascala fish farms pollution

Environment Ministry says pollution from fish farms has to stop

Environment Ministry says pollution from fish farms has to...

Malta’s high-rise revolution has started. And people on Facebook are pissed off

‘PA = Mafia’: the kind of short description Malta’s beleaguered planning authority will contend with until the end of times…

‘PA = Mafia’: the kind of short description...

38-storey Sliema tower approved • Planning Authority chairman votes against

Project which PA chairman Vince Cassar describes as ‘exaggerated’ will unleash 3,500 car trips a day in Sliema • Elderly residents express...

Project which PA chairman Vince Cassar describes as...

Planning Authority approves Mriehel Towers despite legal doubts

Veracity of photomontages questioned by ERA chairman and professional...

Veracity of photomontages questioned by ERA chairman and...

Ombudsman calls for law to allow ramblers access through countryside

Access rights could give ramblers access to private land where landowner agrees...

Access rights could give ramblers access to private land...

The plasticisation of the sea

John Paul Cauchi • With 7.3 billion people on the planet, fast rising to nine billion, we treat the ocean as a garbage dump at our peril

John Paul Cauchi • With 7.3 billion people on the...

Decisions on Sliema’s Townsquare and Mriehel high-rise on Thursday: will PA open floodgates?

The PA is tomorrow set to take two landmark decisions on two high-rise developments. Will the PA open the floodgates of the high-rise revolution or will it...

The PA is tomorrow set to take two landmark decisions on...

[WATCH] Turtle lays eggs at Golden Bay: Nature Trust calls for volunteers

Nature Trust appeals for volunteers to help watch over a turtle's nesting site in Golden Bay

Nature Trust appeals for volunteers to help watch over a...