Malta records highest rate of increase in number of nurses in EU
Increase in share of nurses in total employment in Malta was highest in Europe between 2011 and 2019
Inquiry into 2017 Sant' Antnin recycling plant fire still ongoing
Magisterial inquiry into fire which engulfed Sant’Antnin waste treatment facility three years ago has not yet been concluded
Cyclist grievously injured after collision with car in Hamrun

The 39 year old man was taken to hospital, where he was certified as suffering...

The 39 year old man was taken to hospital, where he was...

Man dies after stun gun, sedation used in disturbance complaint

The 48 year old man, who understood to have a substance abuse problem, had been...

The 48 year old man, who understood to have a substance...

One new case of coronavirus in Malta

Malta has 58 active cases of COVID-19

Malta has 58 active cases of COVID-19

Europe must emerge stronger from this crisis

A message from the President of the European Parliament David Sassoli, the...

A message from the President of the European Parliament...

Judge rejects Yorgen Fenech request for continuation of compilation of evidence

Court turns down alleged Caruana Galizia assassination mastermind's request to have compilation of evidence continue 

Court turns down alleged Caruana Galizia...

Caruana Galizia murder suspect on hunger strike at ‘discriminatory’ court sitting

Murder suspect Alfred Degiorgio does not want to appear in court after COVID-19 lockdown prevented him from seeing family 

Murder suspect Alfred Degiorgio does not want to appear in...

Properties by Remax
11 fined for group gatherings larger than four

No one caught breaking mandatory quarantine

No one caught breaking mandatory quarantine

UN human rights commissioner calls for disembarkation of migrants held on ships

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights expresses ‘deep concern’ over reports of failure to assist and coordinate pushbacks of migrant boats in...

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights expresses...

TVM obliged to relay differing views, Adrian Delia tells public broadcaster’s top officials

Opposition leader Adrian Delia meets PBS top officials

Opposition leader Adrian Delia meets PBS top officials

Fake healthcare worker who robbed elderly women is jailed again

Police say Natalie Bonello pretended to be a care worker in order to gain...

Police say Natalie Bonello pretended to be a care...

Frank Portelli cannot decide St Philip's Hospital fate alone, court appoints administrators

Commercial Court rules that St Philip's Hospital owner Frank Portelli cannot decide the hospital's fate on his own as HSBC Bank seeks repayment of...

Commercial Court rules that St Philip's Hospital owner...

[WATCH] 3 new COVID-19 cases, no dates yet for opening of childcare facilities

Overnight testing recorded three new cases of coronavirus from 1,137 swab tests and six more people have recovered.

Overnight testing recorded three new cases of coronavirus...

Schembri overshadowed by Muscat’s new economic role: ‘I consult with many people’

Economy Minister Silvio Schembri downplays Joseph Muscat's role in drawing up Malta's post-COVID strategy, insisting the government is consulting with...

Economy Minister Silvio Schembri downplays Joseph...

Updated | Malta vetoes Irini spending after withdrawing from EU naval mission

Maltese government to inform EC it will no longer provide boarding team to Operation Irini, which is attempting to stop Turkish weapons to Libyan GNA

Maltese government to inform EC it will no longer provide...

Chamber of Commerce wants suspension of golden passports until improved IIP is launched

The Malta Chamber of Commerce has pledged its support to government in the formulation of a new Iindividual Investor Programme to ensure the new scheme is...

The Malta Chamber of Commerce has pledged its support to...

Malta’s coronavirus aid package is most generous in the world, study finds

Malta’s spending to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the economy equates to 22.1% of GDP, the highest in the world, according to a Columbia University...

Malta’s spending to mitigate the impact of COVID-19...

Vince Muscat demands court continue hearing Melvin Theuma recordings

Lawyer Marc Sant argued that during the last sitting, the parties had agreed to...

Lawyer Marc Sant argued that during the last sitting, the...

Ex-union secretary says Maltapost cart in which employee died ‘safer’ than bikes

Former GWU public sector secretary Jeremy Camilleri says postal vehicles had been vetted by Transport Malta and independent health and safety experts

Former GWU public sector secretary Jeremy Camilleri says...