Concerns raised over fish slime effects on health, but no studies yet carried out
Public consultation on proposed expansion of tuna cages carried out, with a Stop the Slime campaign representative disputing fish slime has no environmental effect
Number of illegal dumpsites on the rise, harsher penalties proving ineffective
A number of localities across Malta report an increase in illegal dumpsites, even in areas that are habitually clean
Malta ranks worst in recycling in the EU

A report from the European Commission has looked at all EU member states and released an "early warning" to the 14 countries considered at greatest...

A report from the European Commission has looked at all EU...

Moviment Graffitti resort to email campaign to demand change to fuel stations policy

Moviment Graffitti have launched an email campaign after a wait of ten months since the PA promise to review the fuel stations policy demanding that an...

Moviment Graffitti have launched an email campaign after a...

Transport | Few concrete measures to reduce car dependency in Budget

€100 million for road building, €1 million for urban gardens

€100 million for road building, €1 million for...

Gentrification and creating green spaces for Valletta on Climathon agenda

Valletta local council hosts hackathon of sharing ideas on gentrification and climate gentrification, greening of open spaces and affordable social...

Valletta local council hosts hackathon of sharing ideas on...

Malta gears up for organic waste separation deadline

Wasteserv says encouraging public response to organic waste...

Wasteserv says encouraging public response to organic...

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

Agriculturalist Everaldo Attard warns Malta could have a...

Intensive clean-up operation under way at Freeport following oil spill

An oil spill, believed to have originated from a container ship, has been contained within the basin between Terminals 1 and 2 of the Malta Freeport

An oil spill, believed to have originated from a container...

Water monitoring project to lead to sustainable use of marine resources

The Marine and Environmental Monitoring project will initiate the implementation of sustained environmental monitoring in marine waters • The project will...

The Marine and Environmental Monitoring project will...

MTA, Lands shut down defiant Ta’ Fra Ben kiosk over illegally-placed deckchairs

The Malta Tourism Authority and the Lands Authority this morning closed down a Ta’ Fra Ben kiosk after the authorities found that it had continued with...

The Malta Tourism Authority and the Lands Authority this...

After Armier, authorities target illegally-placed deckchairs from Ta’ Fra Ben

Some 100 deckchairs and over 30 umbrellas were removed from Qawra Point – an area commonly known as Ta’ Fra Ben

Some 100 deckchairs and over 30 umbrellas were removed from...

Private land falling under proposed public domain sites will retain title

Parliamentary secretary for planning Chris Agius reassures private land owners that public domain legislation will not impinge upon their rights

Parliamentary secretary for planning Chris Agius reassures...

‘Free’ water to businesses totals 212 million bottles of water

‘Free’ borehole extraction is allowing commercial owners to extract...

‘Free’ borehole extraction is allowing...

Lija tree felling a result of Jose Herrera’s failure, environmentalist says

Environmentalist Alfred Baldacchino bemoans the felling of a number of mature holm oak trees in Lija and says that environment minister Jose Herrera had failed...

Environmentalist Alfred Baldacchino bemoans the felling of...

Citizens could be compensated for suing public domain law-breakers

Environment minister reveals plans to incentivise citizens to sue those who...

Environment minister reveals plans to incentivise citizens...

Earth’s sixth mass extinction event under way, scientists warn

Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’ as study reveals...

Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’...

June temperatures hit 36.4°C

Average air and sea temperatures 1°C higher than climate norm

Average air and sea temperatures 1°C higher than...

[WATCH] Waste collectors assigned to three main beaches

Five waste collectors will be assigned to Golden Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Ghadira

Five waste collectors will be assigned to Golden Bay, Ghajn...

How Labour revved up Planning Authority permits before election

38 permits a day during intense five-week campaign when PA went ‘open all...

38 permits a day during intense five-week campaign when PA...

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