IVF leave extended to single women and egg donors
Employment rules now allow single women undergoing in-vitro fertilisation and egg donors to apply for leave, reflecting the changes enacted to the IVF law two years’ ago
Two new cases of COVID-19, five recover
Active cases stand at 29
Enemalta denies knowledge of 17 Black involvement in Montenegro wind farm, internal investigation underway

Enemalta says it made a profit from the sale of its shares in the Montenegro wind farm but cannot explain how the project was valued at more than three times...

Enemalta says it made a profit from the sale of its shares...

[WATCH] Labour executive votes to remove Konrad Mizzi from parliamentary group

Robert Abela calls a special session of the Labour Party executive to remove Konrad Mizzi from the parliamentary group • 71 members vote to remove Mizzi,...

Robert Abela calls a special session of the Labour Party...

Updated | Prime Minister asks Konrad Mizzi to resign but former minister refuses to go

Konrad Mizzi says he has turned down the Prime Minister’s request for him to resign from the Labour Party parliamentary group over the Montenegro scandal...

Konrad Mizzi says he has turned down the Prime...

Magistrate probing claims involving Yorgen Fenech payments to Adrian Delia

A magisterial inquiry has kicked off on claims that Yorgen Fenech paid the Opposition leader to block David Casa’s election bid, which money...

A magisterial inquiry has kicked off on claims that Yorgen...

New commissioner forces change in headship at police unit fighting financial crime

In a first drastic decision, incoming Police Commissioner Angelo Gafà has replaced Ian Abdilla as head of the economic crimes unit with Alexandra...

In a first drastic decision, incoming Police Commissioner...

Former band club officials imprisoned over Maltapost fraud

Three former band club officials, including a lawyer, are collectively...

Three former band club officials, including a lawyer, are...

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59-year-old not guilty of causing serious injuries during heated argument

Man acquitted over argument that ensued after he was confronted when found leaning on a car

Man acquitted over argument that ensued after he was...

No new COVID-19 cases for second day in a row

For the first time in more than three months,...

For the first time in more than three months,...

Man groped woman on a bus and continued to harass her off it

A 22-year-old is remanded in custody after sexually harassing a woman on a bus...

A 22-year-old is remanded in custody after sexually...

Homeless 17-year-old stole to sustain his drug habit

Teenager stole cash from his mother’s aunt to sustain his drug habit

Teenager stole cash from his mother’s aunt to sustain...

Malta has a new police commissioner: Angelo Gafà formally appointed

Angelo Gafà has been formally appointed police commissioner after his...

Angelo Gafà has been formally appointed police...

Brussels business lobby’s not to blame over Malta’s trucking debacle

Malta’s business lobby in Brussels has taken umbrage at comments by Labour MEP Alfred Sant that it had not alerted MEPs to EU rules on trucking which key...

Malta’s business lobby in Brussels has taken umbrage...

Revolving door is blocked for top civil servants who seek private sector jobs

New revolving doors rules are prohibiting civil servants and public employees who hold posts as regulators and inspectorates from transitioning...

New revolving doors rules are prohibiting civil servants...

Peeling the ‘prickly pear’ | Peter Agius

There may be more to the EU’s COVID-19 recovery package than meets the...

There may be more to the EU’s COVID-19 recovery...

Labour executive approves statute change to prevent MPs from replacing Cardona

PL executive approves change in statute to have post of deputy leader party affairs occupied by someone who is not an MP • Party publishes Cardona...

PL executive approves change in statute to have post of...

Roads minister did not tell agency to ignore Wied Qirda stop order

Public standards investigation finds no evidence that minister gave orders to...

Public standards investigation finds no evidence that...

[WATCH] ‘Civil society only institution that worked’ – anti-corruption protest calls for justice over Montenegro scandal

Civil society groups hold protest outside Parliament calling for justice and truth in wake of Montenegro scandal and developments in Caruana Galizia...

Civil society groups hold protest outside...

Angelo Gafà gets parliament’s green light to become next police chief

In parliamentary grilling Angelo Gafà insists he never allowed any interference in his police work and does not intend that to change • Opposition...

In parliamentary grilling Angelo Gafà insists he...