Brian Tonna has right not to answer Electrogas questions if he feels they may incriminate him
Witnesses appearing in front of parliament's Public Accounts Committee have a right not to answer questions if they feel they may incriminate themselves, Speaker Anglu...
Man hospitalised following two storey fall from Marsa factory
The victim was carrying out some work when he fell from the roof of the factory
Fort Ricasoli to be freed from unsightly oil tanks

Government has awarded an alternative site to Ricasoli Port Facility so that...

Government has awarded an alternative site to Ricasoli Port...

Health sciences faculty raises alarm on treatment of elderly at St Vincent de Paul

Disputes between unions and management are affecting the treatment of residents at St Vincent de Paul Residence, the dean of the Health Sciences Faculty at UOM...

Disputes between unions and management are affecting the...

PN non-committal on resignation of environmental regulator chief

There were calls over the weekend from environmental NGOs for ERA chief Victor...

There were calls over the weekend from environmental NGOs...

Silvio Debono drops libel cases against Daphne Caruana Galizia following settlement

DB Group owner Silvio Debono agrees court settlement with Caruana Galizia family over 19 law suits filed in March 2017 against the assassinated journalist 

DB Group owner Silvio Debono agrees court settlement with...

Roberta Metsola appointed rapporteur for EU anti-SLAPP efforts

Roberta Metsola will be tasked with issuing a report on having EU rules to...

Roberta Metsola will be tasked with issuing a...

Suspend public collections laws, Council for Voluntary sector says

The new legislation hinders the work of voluntary organisations, the council...

The new legislation hinders the work of voluntary...

COVID-19: 60 new cases and 41 recoveries

COVID-19 update for 19 April | 60 new cases • 41 recoveries • 614 active cases • 1,580 Swab tests past 24 hours • Vaccine doses...

COVID-19 update for 19 April | 60 new cases • 41...

Customs seize 338 bottles of alcohol arriving from Sicily

338 bottles of undeclared wine, whiskey and liquor stopped during routine...

338 bottles of undeclared wine, whiskey and liquor stopped...

MEPs’ sports group condemns controversial plans for new football super league

‘The proposed closed competition of super rich clubs would form a privileged caste outside of the structures of European club football, with no other...

‘The proposed closed competition of super rich clubs...

Cabinet rejects pardon requests by Degiorgio brothers and Vince Muscat

Cabinet has rejected requests for presidential pardons by murder suspects Alfred and George Degiorgio and self-confessed murderer Vince Muscat • Minister...

Cabinet has rejected requests for presidential pardons by...

Life jacket recalled over empty cylinders

The inflatable life jacket Tribord has been recalled by the manufacturer over...

The inflatable life jacket Tribord has been recalled by the...

Cassola requests ethics probe into Ian Borg over €60,000 direct order to adviser’s daughter

The Standards Commissioner has been asked to investigate a lucrative consultancy contract awarded by the Infrastructure Ministry to a lawyer, who...

The Standards Commissioner has been asked to investigate a...

Bonello hits back at Strickland heir, ‘untrue that Mario de Marco controls foundation’

Strickland Foundation chair Giovanni Bonello says Mabel Strickland heir Robert Hornyold-Strickland being selective on legal feuds with Allied's chief...

Strickland Foundation chair Giovanni Bonello says Mabel...

Let’s face it: Floren played the Malta-Monopoly game and won like a true girlboss

The Skinny | No 83 – The Floren Meme Machine

The Skinny | No 83 – The Floren Meme Machine

Grech is sceptic on cannabis, calls decriminalisation Labour vote-winning exercise

PN leader says party cannot discount harmful effects of cannabis: ‘What we propose will be based on this, not on some vote-catching exercise'

PN leader says party cannot discount harmful effects of...

Law student Julian Spiteri identified as 19-year-old victim of Rabat traffic accident

Law student Julian Spiteri lost his life in a traffic accident; passenger Matthew Tabone reportedly in stable condition after battling grievous injuries...

Law student Julian Spiteri lost his life in a traffic...

Prisoners to be electronically tagged to stem rising number of inmates

Electronic tagging for minor crime convictions will ease prison population which now stands at over 860 inmates

Electronic tagging for minor crime convictions will ease...

[WATCH] Bernard Grech: Institutions are not working as hard as they should be

The Opposition Leader Bernard Grech insists institutions must work 'autonomously' not because someone forced their action

The Opposition Leader Bernard Grech insists institutions...