A matter of politics and community: fighting the far-right in Malta
The way we speak, the way the economy hits the weakest among us... explaining the seduction of the far-right in the 2019 European elections is no mean feat
In Malta buildings had to collapse before governments took action
The way goalposts were changed for the construction industry in the past two decades in the absence of strong regulation is at the root of the present safety emergency
St Paul's Bay, Birkirkara and Mosta with highest number of building permits granted in 2018

A total of 10,455 building permits were granted last year

A total of 10,455 building permits were granted last year

Marsascala drug raid leads to arrests of three men and one woman

Reports of suspected drug trafficking in boathouses along St Thomas Bay in...

Reports of suspected drug trafficking in boathouses along...

Ministers declare their income and assets

Joseph Muscat said that he had no shares or investments in bonds and that he...

Joseph Muscat said that he had no shares or investments in...

Malta's Miriam Dalli is elected vice president of Socialists and Democrats

The Labour MEP is one of nine elected vice presidents of the S&D • Spanish MEP Iratxe Garcia is elected group president

The Labour MEP is one of nine elected vice presidents of...

Three arrested in Gozo drugs raid

Two men from Malta and a man from Serbia have been arrested after drugs were found in a Qbajjar residence

Two men from Malta and a man from Serbia have been arrested...

Adrian Delia shuns MPs' advice to ‘relaunch’ himself by seeking a vote of confidence

INSIDE THE PN PARLIAMENTARY GROUP MEETING | MPs were generally unimpressed by Adrian Delia’s 10-point plan for regeneration

INSIDE THE PN PARLIAMENTARY GROUP MEETING | MPs were...

Toy grenade in Msida prompts police operation

The Explosives Ordinance Disposal Unit said that people were evacutated from...

The Explosives Ordinance Disposal Unit said that people...

Cyclist grievously injured in traffic accident

A 56-year-old cyclist has suffered grievous injuries during a traffic accident...

A 56-year-old cyclist has suffered grievous injuries during...

Man acquitted of domestic violence after victims refuse to testify

A 34-year-old man has been acquitted of assaulting and threatening...

A 34-year-old man has been acquitted of...

New regulations on excavation and construction not enough, Malta Chamber of Planners warns

The Malta Chamber of Planners said that new regulations alone are not enough to address the current problems with the construction industry and...

The Malta Chamber of Planners said that new...

[WATCH] Government will pay up to €3.5 million to farmers affected by February storm

Agriculture Parliamentary Secretary Clint Camilleri says 45% of all damages incurred by farmers as a direct result of last February's gale force storm will...

Agriculture Parliamentary Secretary Clint Camilleri says...

Woman denies assaulting policewoman at bank

A woman accused of assaulting a policewoman on duty has been granted bail

A woman accused of assaulting a policewoman on duty has...

[WATCH] New online system for foreigners' work permit applications being tested

The system will allow employers to apply for work permits for non-EU nationals online and aims to speed up the process, Julia Farrugia Portelli says

The system will allow employers to apply for work permits...

Planning Ombudsman wants centralised construction enforcement

In a reaction to the draft rules to improve construction site safety, the...

In a reaction to the draft rules to improve construction...

Franco Debono no longer Commissioner for Laws, retired judge appointed to post

Former MP Franco Debono’s term as Commissioner for Laws has not been renewed • Judge Antonio Mizzi is new commissioner

Former MP Franco Debono’s term as Commissioner...

Two new lanes open on wider Msida Valley Road bridge

The first half of the re-constructed Valley Road bridge in Msida is now open...

The first half of the re-constructed Valley Road bridge in...

Updated | Court halts DB project: Planning permit revoked

Local councils and environmental groups claim victory as appeals court rules...

Local councils and environmental groups claim victory as...

[ANALYSIS] Does Malta face the threat of a democratic ‘one-party state’?

Labour has only been in power for six years, but what if it remained in power for decades in a quasi ‘one-party state’? MaltaToday asks whether the...

Labour has only been in power for six years, but what if it...