Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools administration knew cheques were being given to minister’s former canvasser Edward Caruana
The compilation of evidence against former FTS official Edward Caruana who stands charged with bribery, continued today with the court hearing the testimony of an accounts...
Keith Schembri, Konrad Mizzi libel cases deferred after court accepts to postpone their testimony
Lawyers representing Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi requested that their testimony in libel proceedings they opened against Simon Busuttil and Daphne Caruana Galizia, be put off...
Government proposes changes to IVF amendments, removing surrogacy and total anonymity

Health Minister Chris Fearne this morning announced that the government would be changing certain IVF amendments, including removing altruistic surrogacy from...

Health Minister Chris Fearne this morning announced that...

‘Economy has no pause button’, Joseph Muscat tells social partners

Sustainable growth cannot be achieved by expecting the economy to pause because it is unrealistic, the Prime Minister tells a Labour Party meeting for the...

Sustainable growth cannot be achieved by expecting the...

Air Malta acquires plane through LinkedIn request

In a LinkedIn post, Air Malta's COO made an appeal for a plane just one day...

In a LinkedIn post, Air Malta's COO made an appeal for...

Guatemala's Fuego erupts, leaving at least 25 dead and hundreds injured

According to local experts, the eruption was the biggest one Guatemala has seen since 1974

According to local experts, the eruption was the biggest...

Over €500,000 raised during Labour Party fundraiser

The #JM10 marathon received a total of €501,221 in donations from people...

The #JM10 marathon received a total of €501,221 in...

Man seriously injured in St Julian's fall

The man fell from a balcony in Vjal Portomaso at 4am this morning

The man fell from a balcony in Vjal Portomaso at 4am this...

MaltaToday Survey reveals a quartet of concerns: Traffic, environment, foreigners and corruption

Maltese society is having to contend with new problems created by rapid economic expansion that is leading to a construction boom, more people coming to live...

Maltese society is having to contend with new problems...

Magistrate interviewed ‘hundreds’ over Egrant

Aaron Bugeja, the inquiring magistrate investigating allegations that the Prime...

Aaron Bugeja, the inquiring magistrate investigating...

Man grievously injured after being hit by car

A magisterial inquiry has been launched

A magisterial inquiry has been launched

Migrants killed after boat sinks off coast of Tunisia

At least 35 were killed according to the Tunisian ministry of Defence

At least 35 were killed according to the Tunisian ministry...

Foreign minister admits government employees did work on his Żejtun home

Carmelo Abela said however that the work was done over the weekend and that that he had paid for all the work

Carmelo Abela said however that the work was done over the...

Israel strikes Gaza in retaliation

Israel has reportedly struck 15 ‘terror targets’ as a response to rocket fire from Gaza

Israel has reportedly struck 15 ‘terror...

Air Malta collaborate with FTI to launch winter routes to Hamburg and Leipzig

The scheduled services will be launched late October with a weekly scheduled flight every Wednesday 

The scheduled services will be launched late October with a...

Case against teacher named in sexual abuse case to continue this month

The case, which shocked the country back 2016, will resume later on this month following the completion of a year-long magestirial inquiry

The case, which shocked the country back 2016, will resume...

[WATCH] Adrian Delia insists government has betrayed country’s workers

The Nationalist Party leader said the number of people struggling to make ends meets was constantly increasing and had now reached levels ‘similar those...

The Nationalist Party leader said the number of people...

Muscat says government continuing to achieve results

A year into its second term, he said the government had continued to keep its...

A year into its second term, he said the government had...

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