Updated | Foreign worker dies after electric shock in Attard
The 28-year-old man was doing roadworks on Triq il-Hatab in Attard when he suffered an electric shock
Busuttil 'confident' of Repubblika victory in judicial appointments case
Former PN leader Simon Busuttil said that he was confident that he could win the case against the Prime Minister's judicial appointments at the European Court of Justice
Two company directors acquitted of fraudulently removing third director

The accused testified that they had purchased the third director's shares and had come to an amicable settlement

The accused testified that they had purchased the third...

Half-a-billion euros in social benefits for first six months

Spending on social security benefits increased by 3% in the first half of 2019...

Spending on social security benefits increased by 3% in the...

Court rejects Jason Azzopardi's Lowenbrau defamation case against Justice Minister

The court argued that ‘whether he likes it or not, [Azzopardi] must carry the political responsibility for that which took place under his...

The court argued that ‘whether he likes it or not,...

Thousands of counterfeit perfumes and shampoos intercepted at Freeport

Customs officials intercepted four containers containing thousands of fake perfumes and shampoos

Customs officials intercepted four containers containing...

Gang violence leaves more than 50 dead in Brazil prison riot

At least 57 people have been killed in a prison riot in Brazil which saw rival...

At least 57 people have been killed in a prison riot in...

[ANALYSIS] How planning magic turned ruins to villas

MaltaToday probes the permits granted over the past four years allowing ruins...

MaltaToday probes the permits granted over the past four...

Two arrested over theft from Suq tal-Belt

Two men were arrested over a theft from a food establishment at Suq tal-Belt...

Two men were arrested over a theft from a food...

Greens take Transport Minister to task over claims Central Link Project is ‘pro-environment’

The minister said this morning that the project would see people spend less time in traffic, resulting in fewer emissions

The minister said this morning that the project would see...

St Paul’s Bay council adopts plan to fight litter louts plaguing locality

Initial measures to control the waste problem have yielded ‘encouraging’ results, council says but it is far from declaring victory yet

Initial measures to control the waste problem have yielded...

Serbian man admits to drunken shooting spree

A 38-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he appeared in court...

A 38-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he...

Man admits to threatening former partner and her mother

The man pleaded guilty to sending threatening messages to both women

The man pleaded guilty to sending threatening messages to...

Louis Galea says it's time the PN becomes more relevant to the electorate

Former Minister and now charged with reforming the Nationalist Party, Louis Galea said that after PN leader Adrian Delia won the confidence vote, it was...

Former Minister and now charged with reforming the...

[WATCH] Change to construction site regulations will allow engineers to act as site managers

Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg announced further amendments to the regulations published last month, arguing that a shift in mentality was already being felt

Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg announced further...

Ghaxaq murder victims' remains released for burial

Joseph Bonnici, 38, is charged with the willful homicide of his mother and...

Joseph Bonnici, 38, is charged with the willful homicide of...

Man denies assaulting his girlfriend after party

The man pleaded not guilty and was released on bail

The man pleaded not guilty and was released on bail

Handbag thieves jailed for nine months

The three man had robbed some €2,400 from four people in the capital over the span of two days and admitted to the court that they came to Malta expressly...

The three man had robbed some €2,400 from four people...

[WATCH] Minister stands his ground on Central Link Project, insists it will benefit environment

Ian Borg says government is studying a mass transport system but stresses that communters cannot be asked to wait decades for a solution

Ian Borg says government is studying a mass transport...

Two years prison and €5,000 fine for man who attacked police inspector in court

Magistrate comes down hard on man who assaulted a police inspector in court while undergoing domestic violence proceedings

Magistrate comes down hard on man who assaulted a police...