Repurposed containers will become Reuse Centres for used goods
Reuse centres will offer used and ‘pre-loved’ items such as ceramics, toys, books, and loose furniture which still hold value and can be reused
Sant votes against report on Europe-wide minimum tax rates
Labour MEP says he will not support “disproportionate proposals for tax harmonisation” 
Standards czar finds no ethics breach by Zammit Lewis in contract awarded to lawyer

Standards Commissioner George Hyzler finds no evidence of clientelism in Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis's decision to award a direct order to a...

Standards Commissioner George Hyzler finds no evidence...

Health directorate issues warning over vegetable sauce

The health warning advises against the consumption of the product due to the...

The health warning advises against the consumption of the...

Nationalist MP’s foundation finances social media upgrade for pro-life organisation

Claudio Grech’s foundation will upgrade digital and social media outreach for Life Network pregnancy support group

Claudio Grech’s foundation will upgrade digital and...

Curfews 'draconian, unnecessary, and counterproductive,' MHRA says

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association says authorities should be...

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association says...

Man wanted in Germany for armed robbery arrested in Malta

A 25-year-old man serving a prison sentence in Malta is wanted in Germany for...

A 25-year-old man serving a prison sentence in Malta is...

No bail for man charged with filming housemates having sex

The man is reported to have walked in on the couple and then filmed them on his...

The man is reported to have walked in on the couple and...

Human rights and COVID-19: MEPs denounce measures taken by authoritarian regimes

Several authoritarian regimes have used the pandemic to justify exacerbated measures aimed at weakening democratic principles and fundamental freedoms

Several authoritarian regimes have used the pandemic to...

[WATCH] 143 new cases, 201 recoveries • 616 people have received second vaccine dose

COVID-19 update for 22 January | 3 deaths for a total of 248 • 143 new cases, 201 recoveries • 2,740 active cases • Swab...

COVID-19 update for 22 January | 3 deaths for a total...

Brothers accused of Daphne Caruana Galizia murder demand restart of compilation of evidence

The two brothers lashed out at the prosecution and magistrate towards the end of yesterday's sitting

The two brothers lashed out at the prosecution and...

Alleged Floriana Arch arsonist charged with cocaine possession

Man behind Floriana Arch arson granted bail after police find 30g of cocaine on...

Man behind Floriana Arch arson granted bail after police...

Weekend curfew 'decision for health authorities', Philip Fenech says

SME chamber deputy president reacts to medical associations' call for a...

SME chamber deputy president reacts to medical...

EU leaders discuss COVID-19 variants as contagion risk raised to ‘very high’

At a virtual council meeting, EU leaders discussed the challenges posed by the new COVID-19 variants • Malta, Greece and Portugal push for...

At a virtual council meeting, EU leaders discussed the...

MEPs demand significantly tighter EU sanctions against Russia

Sanction Russian officials involved in the decision to imprison Alexei Navalny...

Sanction Russian officials involved in the decision to...

EU tax haven blacklist not catching the worst offenders

“By calling the EU list of tax havens ‘confusing and...

“By calling the EU list of tax havens...

Still planning a holiday? MaltaToday Survey finds 2021 a mixed bag of optimism

A MaltaToday survey found that 81.1% of people expect this year to be better for them than the one that has just ended

A MaltaToday survey found that 81.1% of people expect this...

Doctors want weekend curfew in public warning that Mater Dei will soon reach breaking point

Medical Association of Malta calls for 9pm curfew and scaling-up of enforcement in hotspot areas like Paceville and Bugibba

Medical Association of Malta calls for 9pm...

COVID-19: Malta’s largest home for the elderly has vaccinated 878 residents and 630 staff

From a resident population of 1,047 at St Vincent de Paul home for the elderly, 878 have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and full process...

From a resident population of 1,047 at St Vincent de Paul...

[WATCH] ‘I did not see it coming,’ Oliver Scicluna says on his parliamentary co-option

Xtra on TVM | Newly co-opted MP Oliver Scicluna wants a ‘fair and objective’ debate on abortion and euthanasia

Xtra on TVM | Newly co-opted MP Oliver Scicluna wants...