Adrian Delia must seek magisterial inquiry, Prime Minister insists
In light of continued allegations against the Nationalist Party leader, Muscat said that while he knew what it felt like to be the victim of falsified documents but stressed that...
Muscat set for 2020 exit as horse-trading on EU job continues
Cabinet urged implementation of Venice Commission recommendations to placate MEPs ahead of Muscat bid for EU job
[WATCH] Updated | LSEs having to carry excessively heavy loads, teachers’ union insists

The Union of Professional Educators said it was not excluding notifying the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work if no action is taken by...

The Union of Professional Educators said it was not...

Pembroke reverse osmosis accident leaves worker critically injured

The man was hit by falling stones

The man was hit by falling stones

Man seriously injured in construction site accident

The man was badly hurt after falling from an unspecified height at a Sliema...

The man was badly hurt after falling from an unspecified...

[WATCH] Elderly persons can now liquidate up to 60% of their property's value while keeping their home

Government launches equity release scheme, aimed at allowing retired people to liquidate part of the value of their property, with the money to be repaid back...

Government launches equity release scheme, aimed at...

Over 18,000 EU nationals to vote in MEP elections

Non-Maltese EU nationals can register to vote in both the European Parliament...

Non-Maltese EU nationals can register to vote in both the...

Updated | Gozo tunnel studies to be published along with permit application, ministry says

The government reiterated that it had a mandate for the project while stressing that any work carried out in relation to the tunnel was in line with the...

The government reiterated that it had a mandate for the...

Political parties not keen on disability NGOs’ call for person of trust with voters

Major parties wary of person of trust in polling booth for disabled people

Major parties wary of person of trust in polling booth for...

China chemical blast: death toll rises to 47

The death toll in a huge blast at a chemical plant in eastern China has jumped...

The death toll in a huge blast at a chemical plant in...

[WATCH] Sant still regrets not convincing nation on ‘Partnership’ instead of EU membership

Former Labour PM Alfred Sant, running for a second term as MEP, says his failure in 2003 to convince Malta not to join the EU is still a disappointment

Former Labour PM Alfred Sant, running for a second term as...

EU to allow Brexit delay until 22 May if British MPs accept divorce deal next week

The leaders of 27 EU member states meeting in Brussels are expected to hand Britain a Brexit delay until 22 May if its parliament approves the exit deal next...

The leaders of 27 EU member states meeting in Brussels are...

Alleged rapist denies breaching bail curfew

The 39-year-old man, who is accused of the rape and harassment of his...

The 39-year-old man, who is accused of the rape and...

Publish studies on Gozo tunnel alternatives, Church urges government

​The Church said there is currently no reliable information available to the...

​The Church said there is currently no reliable...

[WATCH] Minister plays down prospect of nationwide metro system

Transport Minister Ian Borg confirmed that the government already has a first...

Transport Minister Ian Borg confirmed that the government...

Teenager denies robbing elderly woman

The 19-year-old pleaded not guilty to robbing an elderly woman in August last year and to committing a number of other crimes

The 19-year-old pleaded not guilty to robbing an elderly...

Medical visas scandal: More delays as courtroom unprepared to hear Libyan witnesses

A technical hitch has lead to the postponement of a sitting in which Libyan witnesses were due to testify against government official Neville Gafà, in...

A technical hitch has lead to the postponement of a sitting...

[WATCH] Updated | Chief prosecutor to be separate role from Attorney General

Justice Minister Owen Bonnici said the government would be presenting a Bill in parliament on Monday to hive off the AG's role as a prosecutor •...

Justice Minister Owen Bonnici said the government would be...

Are humans alone in space? World’s largest radio telescope will try to find out

Malta with observer status at world body that will operate gigantic telescope that will scan the sky

Malta with observer status at world body that will operate...

PN votes to suspend Orban’s Fidesz from European People’s Party

Fidesz was suspended after Prime Minister Viktor Orbán continued with...

Fidesz was suspended after Prime Minister Viktor...