Farmers worried about crops weathering irregular rainfall patterns
As Malta moves into the autumn, a heavier than normal rainfall in the coming weeks may spell disaster for Malta’s food crops
[WATCH] Intruder caught on CCTV stealing Barn Owls from Buskett project
CCTV footage shows intruder entering protected enclosure for Barn Owls run by the hunting federation FKNK in Buskett
Scientists mapped over 500 earthquakes around Malta in the last 25 years

University of Malta scientists publish catalogue that helps scientists determine a more accurate seismic hazard map for the islands in this region

University of Malta scientists publish catalogue that helps...

Hunting organisation removing invasive trees at l-Aħrax as part of regeneration project

The FKNK, which was recently granted the guardianship of l-Aħrax, is undertaking a regeneration project that aims to remove alien tree species and replace...

The FKNK, which was recently granted the guardianship of...

Neolithic scholars issue stark warning on Malta’s environmental future

Malta’s vegetation may have changed more in past decade than in the previous 9,000 years, scholars say in stark warning on Malta’s environmental...

Malta’s vegetation may have changed more in past...

Tigers, pythons, lizards, brown bears and all the wild animals kept in captivity in Malta

Listed: all the wild animals you do not want seeing escape from a cage, or thrown down the sewer...

Listed: all the wild animals you do not want seeing escape...

‘FKNK’s bad advice to Abela led to EU action’, BirdLife says

BirdLife calls on Maltese government to live up to the European Green Deal

BirdLife calls on Maltese government to live up to the...

[WATCH] Brussels opens Malta infringements on spring hunting and finch trapping

European Commission says Malta is breaching Birds Directive with its spring hunting and finch trapping derogations • Government insists enforcement is...

European Commission says Malta is breaching Birds Directive...

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...

European hunters stand ground on Maltese trapping after EU Court edges closer to ban

European hunters federation stands its ground faced with ECJ Advocate General’s opinion on trapping in Malta

European hunters federation stands its ground faced...

BirdLife: Maltese government should not open trapping before European Court delivers verdict

“Make no mistake, today is a great success for our country”: BirdLife toasts EU Court’s Advocate General opinion that Malta’s hunting...

“Make no mistake, today is a great success for our...

Bird trapping in Malta could be soon outlawed again after devastating EU court opinion

EU Court’s Advocate General’s opinion is step towards the end of finch trapping because laws “do not respect Malta’s obilgations under...

EU Court’s Advocate General’s opinion is step...

700 tonnes of fish lost in discard, subsistence and recreational catches every year

Unreported catches grew during the late 1980s and 1990, with almost 700 tonnes of fish going unreported in Malta’s statistical system every year for the...

Unreported catches grew during the late 1980s and 1990,...

Hot weather likely cause of Mosta valley fire

A fire that spread through Mosta's Wied tal-Isperanza on Sunday night...

A fire that spread through Mosta's Wied...

Friends of the Earth urges public to support Kalanka Bay’s public domain status

Environmental NGO Friends of the Earth has urged the public to 'save the untouched Kalanka Bay', which is up for public consultation to be...

Environmental NGO Friends of the Earth has urged the public...

State 'duty-bound' to manage water better, says Partit Demokratiku

Climate change management is in murky waters, Partit Demokratiku warns

Climate change management is in murky waters, Partit...

Updated | Court drops case against ornithologist over illegal trapping

Fiona Burrows had been asked by the police to help investigate illegal trapping but ended up in court after the trapper sued her for trespassing 

Fiona Burrows had been asked by the police to help...

Hunters join big game trophy-hunting club

Safari Club International has been criticised for promoting the trophy hunting...

Safari Club International has been criticised for promoting...

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

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

Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’...

[WATCH] ERA undertakes embellishment projects for Comino

The Environment and Resources Authority carried out considerable works in...

The Environment and Resources Authority carried out...