Government and Opposition at loggerheads over police chief law as Parliament debate kicks off
Government and Opposition fail to see eye to eye on which new method should be employed to appoint the police commissioner
Bus penalties for missed and late trips ‘too low’, audit office says
A National Audit Office analysis of the bus service agreement flags deficiencies in the contract and weaknesses in Transport Malta’s regulatory function
Failure to tackle anti-money laundering shortcomings might threaten Malta’s financial stability - IMF

​IMF urges Malta to tackle deficiencies in anti-money laundering framework or risk threatening country's financial stability

​IMF urges Malta to tackle deficiencies in anti-money...

Imprisoned Alfred Degiorgio ends hunger strike, demands not met

Alfred Degiorgio's hunger strike ends after almost three days, with no...

Alfred Degiorgio's hunger strike ends after almost...

Police racket: arrests rise to 41

Number of officers arrested in connection with police racket rises to 41, with 25 suspended and seven having stepped down

Number of officers arrested in connection with police...

EU warns Malta about failure to adopt national air pollution programme

European Commissions calls on Malta to adopt its first national air pollution control programme to reduce emissions

European Commissions calls on Malta to adopt its first...

Auditor General should have power to audit persons and companies, NAO proposes

National Audit Office proposes extension of its Constitutional functions to allow it to audit and report on persons or corporate bodies which receive public...

National Audit Office proposes extension of its...

Sliema Wanderers football club ordered to pay €35,900 overdraft

Sliema Wanderers FC has been ordered by the courts to pay HSBC an outstanding...

Sliema Wanderers FC has been ordered by the courts to pay...

Properties by Remax
Malta-Sicily undersea electricity cable repair to cost €11 million

Enemalta expects the interconnector to be repaired by the third week of March,...

Enemalta expects the interconnector to be repaired by the...

Man fined after resisting police who stopped him while smoking inside bar

A man has pleaded guilty to disobeying orders and threatening a police officer after he was stopped from smoking in a bar

A man has pleaded guilty to disobeying orders and...

Court orders repatriation of beggar

A homeless beggar has been conditionally discharged and will be repatriated to his native Bulgaria after he was arrested for soliciting alms in Valletta

A homeless beggar has been conditionally discharged and...

No bail for man accused of punching his partner after a party

A 30-year-old man from Cospicua has been remanded in custody after being...

A 30-year-old man from Cospicua has been remanded in...

[WATCH] Pieter Omtzigt points finger at former justice minister: 'Reforms were not put in place'

Council of Europe special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt says necessary changes to Malta's rule of law framework were not put in place when Owen Bonnici was...

Council of Europe special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt says...

Man denies harassing wife after 10-year marriage broke down

A man who was accused of harassing, insulting and threatening his wife...

A man who was accused of harassing, insulting and...

Louis Galea denies reports he is being pushed to become interim PN leader

Louis Galea who has been entrusted to captain a reform process in the Nationalist Party has categorically denied reports that he is being pushed by MPs to take...

Louis Galea who has been entrusted to captain a reform...

Tonio Montebello resigns as CEO of Wasteserv

CEO Tonio Montebello resigns from national waste agency

CEO Tonio Montebello resigns from national waste agency

[WATCH] Healthcare unions urge government to pull the plug on Steward hospitals deal

Hospitals deal is a ‘failed model’ and government should pull out of it, MAM President Martin Balzan and MUMN secretary-general Colin Galea insist

Hospitals deal is a ‘failed model’ and...

€500,000 in damages for owners of Bank of Valletta property lost in 1970s nationalisation

European Court of Human Rights orders Malta to pay €500,000 to heirs of Marquis John Scicluna for Valletta property lease held indefinitely by Bank of...

European Court of Human Rights orders Malta to pay...

82 women contacted Abortion Support Network in 2019

Abortion Support Network has revealed that in its first year of operations in...

Abortion Support Network has revealed that in its first...

[WATCH] PN unable to get its message across clearly, Francis Zammit Dimech says

On Xtra, newly-appointed interim secretary-general Francis Zammit Dimech blames Labour’s manipulation for PN’s inability to capitalise on crisis...

On Xtra, newly-appointed interim secretary-general Francis...