Malta fisheries 'boss' used Spanish mobile number supplied by tuna impresario for confidential calls
Phone taps of Spanish tuna king Jose Fuentes reveal how the now-suspended fisheries director Andreina Fenech Farrugia was referred to as 'the boss'
Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' found guilty by New York jury
'El Chapo' was found guilty by jury on Tuesday and can now face life imprisonment
Man 'dragged partner by her hair' in argument over child access

The accused was described by the victim's lawyer as 'quick with his...

The accused was described by the victim's lawyer as...

Manuel Delia replies to juridical interest challenge

Delia filed a constitutional application insisting that he had a juridical...

Delia filed a constitutional application insisting that he...

From massive profits to massive losses: Fuentes’s operations in Malta

In 2017, the Ricardo Fuentes operation in Malta registered a massive loss and a sudden increase in liabilities from Fuentes companies in and around Spain

In 2017, the Ricardo Fuentes operation in Malta registered...

EU border control set to be bolstered under new law spearheaded by Roberta Metsola

The law has been approved by the European Parliament’s civil liberties committee, with negotiations with member state governments now to follow

The law has been approved by the European...

Malta police investigation and magisterial inquiry into Spanish tuna company were underway

Police have asked Europol for information that has surfaced in Spain on the Maltese director of fisheries

Police have asked Europol for information that has surfaced...

Living Languages campaign to promote value of foreign languages launched

Education Minister Evarist Bartolo said it was possible for one to love his own language without hating others

Education Minister Evarist Bartolo said it was possible for...

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[WATCH] Education Minister will do ‘everything necessary’ to ensure security at schools

Evarist Bartolo said that every problem needed to be addressed on its own merits but insisted that the government would be taking action at problematic schools

Evarist Bartolo said that every problem needed to be...

Updated | Suspend fisheries director, Malta acquaculture lobby says over bribery allegations

Tuna lobby says Andreina Fenech Farrugia has to be suspended until a clearer picture of the allegations emerge

Tuna lobby says Andreina Fenech Farrugia has to be...

Ukraine official charged over acid killing

Ukrainian prosecutors have charged a high-ranking local official over a deadly...

Ukrainian prosecutors have charged a high-ranking local...

US border security deal reached to avert new shutdown

Democrats and Republicans have reached an agreement in principle over border...

Democrats and Republicans have reached an agreement in...

Central Bank eyewitness: Labour chants did take place at Christmas party

‘Viva l-Labour’ chanting did happen, a Central Bank employee told MaltaToday – despite sexed-up report by PN media that allowed Central Bank...

‘Viva l-Labour’ chanting did happen, a Central...

[WATCH] Owen Bonnici defends Malta's justice system during MEP grilling

Cross-examined by Portuguese MEP Ana Gomes and German MEP Sven Giegold, Justice Minister Owen Bonnici said that he trusted the Maltese justice system and that...

Cross-examined by Portuguese MEP Ana Gomes and German MEP...

Sea-Watch claims authorities abused their power by preventing rescue ship from leaving

Towards August of last year, Sea-Watch had been informed that it would receive authorisation to leave port but was unexpectedly retracted without a valid...

Towards August of last year, Sea-Watch had been informed...

Chris Fearne excludes attending Christmas party thrown by a member of the judiciary

Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi continues to ask ministers whether they, and public officials under their wing, attended a Christmas party organised by a member...

Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi continues to ask ministers...

Updated | MEPs urge Maltese government to publish Egrant report, terminate citizenship scheme

MEPs from the European Parliament's civil liberties committee tonight discussed a resolution on the rule of law in Malta and Slovakia

MEPs from the European Parliament's civil...

Three new wrecks discovered in Maltese waters during gas pipeline studies

A sunken ship and two aircraft wrecks were discovered during preliminary planning for the Malta-Sicily gas pipeline, Joe Mizzi tells Parliament •...

A sunken ship and two aircraft wrecks were discovered...

'I was afraid he would kill him with the hole punch' witness to Pembroke school fight says

Court hears how family members of young student attacked a 15-year-old pupil, who punched the child • 15-year-old is expected to be charged...

Court hears how family members of young student attacked...

Four ‘serious’ cases of violence in schools worry Malta Union of Teachers

In a meeting with the Nationalist Party, the MUT flags violence in schools and a lack of teachers as major concerns

In a meeting with the Nationalist Party, the MUT flags...