[WATCH] Claire Agius’s inspirational Christmas message not to feed the plastic monster
Love Christmas? Then extend the season of good will to the environment by cutting down on plastic
Hundreds object to conversion of two Saqqajja villas into hotel
The objections, submitted to the Planning Authority today, come after a three-week ‘Save Saqqajja Rabat' campaign
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...

Environmental NGO in bid to stop 'ruinous' Dwejra boathouse development

Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar appealed the approved development, saying it would threaten the unspoiled area by allowing commercial activity within it

Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar appealed the approved...

Hottest day in July was almost 39 degrees, but still lower than 1988’s record

July lets sun shine for over 365 hours, with sea temperature rising to 27 degrees Celcius

July lets sun shine for over 365 hours, with sea...

Paris climate goals threatened by Norway's push for Arctic oil and gas – study

Noway’s role as the world’s biggest fossil fuel exporter undermines its efforts to cut emissions at home, says NGO report

Noway’s role as the world’s biggest fossil fuel...

Keeping track of Malta’s development boom? Tips on the new PA website

Revamped just two weeks after a suspension of normal search facilities, you can now consult this guide on tracking down Planning Authority applications

Revamped just two weeks after a suspension of normal search...

Torri l-Abjad to undergo three-year restoration project

The historical Torri l-Abjad is undergoing a three-year restoration project

The historical Torri l-Abjad is undergoing a three-year...

Planning Commission green lights ‘upgrading’ of Wied il-Ghasel

EU structural funds will be used to ‘rehabilitate the valley back to its...

EU structural funds will be used to ‘rehabilitate the...

The power of perseverance | Claire Bonello

Malta faces an onslaught on the environment: a systematic wipe-out of ODZ...

Malta faces an onslaught on the environment: a systematic...

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...