First regional centre for victims of domestic and gender-based violence opens in Santa Lucia
The centre is intended to offer a more welcoming environment than that currently available at the Police HQ in Floriana and will be manned around the clock by officers,...
MHRA backs farmers' protests, calls on government to protect the sector's interests in EU discussions
MHRA said it encouraged the government to actively engage at EU levels to champion the interests of local farmers and the implementation of policies that would support a...
‘Every vote matters’ in crucial year of democracy says Metsola at EU Summit

European Parliament president Roberta Metsola welcomes €50 billion deal for long-term financial support for Ukraine during pecial European...

European Parliament president Roberta Metsola welcomes...

Two people grievously injured in Xagħra car crash

French driver and passenger grievously injured in car crash in Xagħra,...

French driver and passenger grievously injured in car...

COVID wage supplement exposed extent of Malta shadow economy

The prevalence of Malta’s black economy came to the fore during the COVID...

The prevalence of Malta’s black economy came to the...

Shazney Anne Cassar, 14, reported missing

Shazney Anne Cassar was last seen in Ħal Qormi

Shazney Anne Cassar was last seen in Ħal Qormi

Farmer finds unconscious cyclist in vicinity of Mellieħa fields

Cyclist hospitalised and suffering from serious injuries  

Cyclist hospitalised and suffering from serious injuries...

PM welcomes EU budget revision

Agreement reached between the twenty-seven Heads of State and Government on the revision of the mid-term European Budget

Agreement reached between the twenty-seven Heads of State...

Special bus service announced for carnival weekend

Tal-Linja announces temporary service adjustments for carnival weekend

Tal-Linja announces temporary service adjustments for...

Volt Malta announces first MEP election candidate

Matthias Iannis Portelli, 21, presented as Volt Malta’s first MEP...

Matthias Iannis Portelli, 21, presented as Volt...

‘I am not trying to tease, it is a difficult decision’: Muscat on possible MEP candidacy

Former prime minister Joseph Muscat keeps Labour supporters guessing over a possible return to politics, insists impact on his family a ‘major...

Former prime minister Joseph Muscat keeps Labour supporters...

EU leaders agree €50 billion aid package for Ukraine after Hungary drops veto

All 27 EU leaders agrees €50 billion aid package for Ukraine that Hungary had blocked last December

All 27 EU leaders agrees €50 billion aid package for...

Maltese farmers to take to the roads on Friday in protest ministry is trying to stop

Maltese farmers who are expected to join European-wide protests on Friday have been pressured by agriculture ministry officials not to participate

Maltese farmers who are expected to join European-wide...

Cut VAT to 15%, remove excise tax on personal care products, business lobby group tells government

The Chamber of SMEs proposes a lower VAT rate, the removal of excise tax on personal care products and a tax cut for businesses to combat inflation •...

The Chamber of SMEs proposes a lower VAT rate, the removal...

Former Europol expert testifies in Yorgen Fenech compilation

A former Europol expert has submitted in court an initial report he compiled...

A former Europol expert has submitted in court an initial...

Rivas murder: Prosecution yet to receive evidence of victim’s criminal past from overseas

Prosecutors have complained of being subjected to ‘undue pressure,’ after defence lawyers repeated a demand for evidence about the Josef Rivas

Prosecutors have complained of being subjected to...

Striking farmers choke Brussels roads outside EP ahead of major summit

Farmers line up their tractors in a blockade at the European Parliament, protesting for improved market conditions ahead of a major European summit

Farmers line up their tractors in a blockade at the...

Agius Saliba appeals to Commission to implement right-to-disconnect law immediately

Labour MEP says ever-connected, always-on culture might lead to better profits for employers but negatively impacts the quality of life of the working class

Labour MEP says ever-connected, always-on culture might...

Europe to enforce stricter labels for honey blends adulterated with sugar

MEPs clinch deal to revise EU’s ‘breakfast directives’ and fught fraud on agri-food products such as honey and jams

MEPs clinch deal to revise EU’s ‘breakfast...

Pilatus Bank defence hindered by 'incompatible forensic software', court hears

Lawyers for a former Pilatus Bank official have told court they are unable to access important digital evidence because copies provided to them can only be...

Lawyers for a former Pilatus Bank official have told court...