Employers want further clarity on health and safety law
Malta Employers Association says it wants more clarity on the new health and safety law unanimously approved by parliament this week
Resident associations want planning reform ‘in favour of the public’
A group of resident associations present thirteen demands for planning reform which include moratorium on rationalisation zones, and reforms in favour of the public
Fire caused power outages in Gozo, Enemalta says

A fire in one of the electricity cables forced Enemalta to shut off the cables...

A fire in one of the electricity cables forced Enemalta to...

Malta third highest in EU ranking of corporate tax income

Corporate income tax remains one of Malta’s most significant sources of...

Corporate income tax remains one of Malta’s most...

Abela congratules Metsola on EP presidency, sidesteps question on Labour MEPs’ abstention

Prime Minister says Metsola’s nomination was in the national interest

Prime Minister says Metsola’s nomination was in the...

‘My father covered up for Dalli’, says PN local councillor in Facebook reaction

Sliema local councillor Zack Zammit says father Silvio was loyal to John Dalli but ‘everything said about Dalli on €60 million bribe is true’

Sliema local councillor Zack Zammit says father Silvio was...

Malta extends Libyan coastguard assistance ahead of migration forum

Prime Minister Robert Abela meets Libyan PM Dbeibeh in Tripoli where Italian...

Prime Minister Robert Abela meets Libyan PM Dbeibeh in...

Man charged with raping women at three massage parlours, in dramatic arraignment

Before the arraignment, the accused lashed out at a policeman who had been guarding him in the corridor outside the courtroom when the officer...

Before the arraignment, the accused lashed out at a...

Construction site inspections lead to sharp rise in orders to stop operations, minister reveals

Xtra on TVM | Minister Jonathan Attard reveals that 204 work sites have been ordered to stop operations this year, a sharp rise from the 22 orders issued last...

Xtra on TVM | Minister Jonathan Attard reveals that 204...

Attard, Agius Saliba defy Robert Abela and abstain during EP President vote

Labour MEPs Alex Agius Saliba and Daniel Attard have defied Prime Minister Robert Abela and abstained during a vote for the European Parliament President on...

Labour MEPs Alex Agius Saliba and Daniel Attard have defied...

Cannabis activists unhappy about outdoor cultivation ban

ReLeaf ‘outraged’ at ARUC ban on outdoor cultivation that is not...

ReLeaf ‘outraged’ at ARUC ban on outdoor...

[WATCH] Dalli, bruised by Barroso, vows to keep up fight for justice after illegal wiretap case

Former European Commissioner buoyed by conviction of prosecutor over illegal Brussels wiretap, says José Barroso wanted OLAF to find any grounds that...

Former European Commissioner buoyed by conviction of...

Fearne, Scicluna back in court as defence team raise questions on inquiry experts, evidence

The defence raised questions about the apparent lack of safeguards in the appointment and vetting of expert witnesses, in what appears to be preparing the...

The defence raised questions about the apparent lack of...

Malta’s Metsola re-elected European Parliament president with 90% of the vote

Roberta Metsola obtains the support of 562 MEPs from the 623 who voted in the election of European Parliament president • Metsola tells MEPs 'this...

Roberta Metsola obtains the support of 562 MEPs from the...

Hillbilly elegy for the world: what a JD Vance vice-presidency would mean

More focus on China, less help for Ukraine: what a JD Vance vice presidency (and future presidency) could mean for the world

More focus on China, less help for Ukraine: what a JD Vance...

Investigation launched after prison officers allegedly carried out part-time work during normal office hours

Correctional Services Agency officers from prison’s records department are being investigated over allegations they carried out part-time court...

Correctional Services Agency officers from prison’s...

[WATCH] ‘They want to eradicate my roots’ – Qrendi poet rues demolition of farmhouse

Award-winning poet Antoine Cassar lives next door to a pre-1911 farmhouse slated for development into a five-storey block. 900 residents are objecting to the...

Award-winning poet Antoine Cassar lives next door to a...

Brussels court upholds illegal Dalligate wiretap case against former OLAF chief

Brussels appeals court confirms one-year suspended sentence against Giovanni Kessler, OLAF boss who ran Dalligate investigation that led to resignation of...

Brussels appeals court confirms one-year suspended sentence...

Man dies after car overturns in Naxxar accident

Man dies in Naxxar traffic accident

Man dies in Naxxar traffic accident

Man remanded in custody over Ħamrun assault which left victim grievously injured

Accused was driving a motorcycle, stopped and proceeded to beat the victim, court hears

Accused was driving a motorcycle, stopped and proceeded to...