Trouble on the horizon as British Ryanair pilots plan strike
The British Airline Pilots Association voted in favour of strike action for August and September, claiming that the Irish-owned airline had ignored their pleas while it continued...
Shots fired in Nadur, two arrested
Shots rang in the early hours of the morning in Nadur, Gozo
Former Enemalta engineer gets suspended sentence for tampering with meters

Enemalta engineer who helped businesses bypass their electricity meters gets nine months’ jail suspended for 14 months

Enemalta engineer who helped businesses bypass their...

Boats removed as authority clamps down on obstructions to landing places

Transport Malta carries out inspections at various slipways and landing places to enforce rules that prevent these areas from being obstructed

Transport Malta carries out inspections at various slipways...

Man sent to jail, loses €15,500 bail deposit after stealing €5

The man, a recidivist, was sentenced to five months in prison after he pleaded...

The man, a recidivist, was sentenced to five months in...

Magistrate lambasts prosecution’s request for protection order in six-month old domestic violence case

Police officer is charged in court with domestic violence, six months after his wife reported the incident

Police officer is charged in court with domestic...

Man accused of harassing brother and his family granted bail

The man told his brother he would harm his family after they all blocked him on...

The man told his brother he would harm his family after...

Jordan Azzopardi used elderly man to cash in fake €100 bank notes

Witnesses give details of how the drug lord operated using underlings to do his...

Witnesses give details of how the drug lord operated using...

Court stops Maltco from donating €820,000 in winnings from unclaimed ticket

A woman claiming to be the winner filed an injunction last month, on the eve of the deadline before which the winnings would be donated to charity

A woman claiming to be the winner filed an injunction last...

Tough Italian law penalising migrant rescue vessels concerns UNHCR

Italy has imposed fines of up to €1 million on private vessels that rescue...

Italy has imposed fines of up to €1 million on private...

Drunk tourist damages Sliema railing trying to 'test his strength'

The man immediately paid the Sliema local council for the damages and promised...

The man immediately paid the Sliema local council for the...

Inbound tourists up by 3.9% in first six months

Malta registers an increase of 45,724 tourists in the first six months •...

Malta registers an increase of 45,724 tourists in the first...

Disgruntled Maltese crypto-miner learns price of Bitcoin is hefty electricity bill

Consumer tribunal awards crypto-miner €2,000 after discovering his road to riches is paved with galling electricity bill

Consumer tribunal awards crypto-miner €2,000...

Buqana Road reopened as reconstruction project nears completion

The southbound lane of Buqana Road from Mosta and Mġarr to Mtarfa has been...

The southbound lane of Buqana Road from Mosta and Mġarr to...

Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar backs MP's call for relocation of AUM dormitories

Flimkien ghal Ambjent Ahjar is backing the Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield's call for AUM to consider relocating planned dormitories in Bormla to a fort...

Flimkien ghal Ambjent Ahjar is backing the Labour MP Glenn...

Decade from Cliff Micallef’s tragic death, cyclists still apprehensive about road design

Maltese roads unsafe for everyone, says Bicycle Advocacy Group president

Maltese roads unsafe for everyone, says Bicycle Advocacy...

Jean Claude Micallef starts ahead in race for Helena Dalli’s seat

Micallef starts as a favourite because when he was eliminated from the 2017...

Micallef starts as a favourite because when he was...

[ANALYSIS] Five reasons the Central Link project has got under people’s skin

A thousand people protesting under the scorching sun notwithstanding the bombardment from official ‘facts’ is no mean feat. These are the five...

A thousand people protesting under the scorching sun...

Man grievously injured in forklift accident

The accident happened in a Birżebbuġa factory

The accident happened in a Birżebbuġa factory

Doctors calls for mandatory assessment of development projects' impact on citizens’ health

The Malta Association of Public Health Medicine has offered to assist the Planning Authority introduce guidelines and standards on assessing the health impacts...

The Malta Association of Public Health Medicine has offered...