Hyzler tells Speaker ruling on OPM ethics breach is ultra vires
Standards Commissioner tells Anglu Farrugia he has made erroneous interpretation of Standards rules for refusing to publish ethics breach report on Castille lock-in of December...
Prison restraint chair hated by inmates exists, minister admits, ‘but locked away somewhere’
Opposition accuses home affairs minister Byron Camilleri of twisting facts over alleged use of a punishment chair at the Corradino Correctional Facility  
[LIVE] Restaurants, snack bars restricted to takeaway and delivery, Prime Minister announces

New measures include limiting inside family gatherings to four households, mass organised events banned apart from weddings and religious...

New measures include limiting inside family gatherings...

Man jailed after admitting to armed robbery

Two men have been charged in connection with an armed robbery in Mosta on 11...

Two men have been charged in connection with an armed...

Malta registers record 362 new COVID-19 cases as infection surge continues

COVID-19 update for 3 March | 4 deaths • 362 new cases • 230 recoveries • 3128 active cases • Swab tests past 24 hours...

COVID-19 update for 3 March | 4 deaths • 362...

MEPs get ready to lock horns in Council talks on tax disclosure for multinationals

MEPs will negotiate swift adoption of law committing multinationals earning €750 million in annual revenues, to declare all tax paid in each member stat

MEPs will negotiate swift adoption of law committing...

Cash stolen in San Gwann shop hold-up

The hold-up took place at 8:30pm on Wednesday

The hold-up took place at 8:30pm on Wednesday

COVID risks becoming totally unmanageable, pathologists warn in call for strict measures

Pathologists says government treating vaccination as circuit-breaker, but vaccine will not reduce infections in the immediate future

Pathologists says government treating vaccination as...

Dalligate: Constitutional Court reverses decision to close evidence against Zammit

Constitutional Court reverses decision to force closure of evidence against Dalligate suspect Silvio Zammit over alleged tobacco bribery case

Constitutional Court reverses decision to force closure of...

IĠM hits out at Parliament Speaker over report on Castille journalist lockup

The institute described it as an attempt to cover up undemocratic behaviour towards members of the media

The institute described it as an attempt to cover up...

NAO denounces James Caterers threat to hold it liable for damages from SVDP audit

NAO tells MPs it has been threatened with liability suffered by James Caterers on a prospective international export contract from any possible fall-out on the...

NAO tells MPs it has been threatened with liability...

Chris Fearne won’t tell House who PN MPs asking to jump vaccine queue were

Chris Fearne challenged to name Nationalist MPs who wanted to skip vaccine queue, but will only tell Opposition leader

Chris Fearne challenged to name Nationalist MPs who wanted...

Robert Abela threatens Jason Azzopardi with ‘serious story’ in wake of frame-up allegation

Prime Minister hits back after Nationalist MP alleges that he was complicit in a 2013 frame-up involving a top level tax official

Prime Minister hits back after Nationalist MP alleges...

Adrian Delia stripped bare: Vella de Fremeaux in-laws paid MP’s €120,000 tax bill

Nickie Vella de Fremeaux says parents paid for house, garden works, Christmas ski holiday, tax bills, and home-helps. Now they want their money back

Nickie Vella de Fremeaux says parents paid for house,...

Court staff threaten industrial action over COVID-19 vaccine availability

The Union Deputy Registrars Law Courts have threatened industrial action over the lack of COVID vaccinations being made available to Law Courts staff

The Union Deputy Registrars Law Courts have threatened...

Youth drug awareness campaign to be funded by golden passports scheme

Goverment to begin an informational campaign on drugs and substance abuse aimed...

Goverment to begin an informational campaign on drugs and...

European Medicines Agency to decide on Janssen's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine next week

The European Medicines Agency will decide whether to approve Janssen's single-shot COVID-19 vaccine for use in the EU on 11 March

The European Medicines Agency will decide whether to...

Hospital carer remanded in custody over alleged groping incident

A 32-year-old carer at Mater Dei Hospital has been charged with sexually...

A 32-year-old carer at Mater Dei Hospital has been charged...

Mqabba shooting: Criminal court reduces bail deposit for one accused

Owen Schembri, one of two men accused of carrying out a fatal shooting at...

Owen Schembri, one of two men accused of carrying out a...

Sicilian man arrested in Malta, to be sent back to Italy for trial over organised crime

Maximiliano Genova will be sent back to Italy to face charges over his alleged connections with an organised drug trafficking organisation in Sicily

Maximiliano Genova will be sent back to Italy to face...