Dutch Eurovision entry disqualified amidst police investigation into intimidation claims
In a statement on Saturday, the organisers of the contest explained that the Swedish police were investigating after receiving a complaint from a female member of the production...
EU leaders agree to reduce single market bureaucracy by 25%
Prime Minister Robert Abela in Brussels for informal European Council meeting on European single market
Abela reiterates importance of Gaza ceasefire as Israel mulls Iran retaliation

Malta PM Robert Abela will tell European Council that ceasefire in Gaza is of the utmost importance in the face of possible Israeli retaliation against Iran

Malta PM Robert Abela will tell European Council that...

Child dead and two wounded in Finland school shooting

Suspect, aged 12, ran off after the shooting and was eventually detained by...

Suspect, aged 12, ran off after the shooting and was...

BirdLife asks Abela to help keep planned EU Nature Restoration law alive

In an open letter to Abela on Saturday, BirdLife Malta said that the Council of EU Ministers had betrayed "Europe and nature" and asked him to help...

In an open letter to Abela on Saturday, BirdLife Malta said...

Abela votes in favour of EU defence, on condition of safeguards to neutrality

Tables turn after Abela accused the Opposition and EP President Metsola of ‘warmongering’ over calls to increase defence expenditure

Tables turn after Abela accused the Opposition and EP...

Four EU member states agree to recognise ‘future’ State of Palestine

Malta says it joins Spain, Ireland and Slovenia in recognising a future State of Palestine when the conditions allow for it

Malta says it joins Spain, Ireland and Slovenia in...

Far-right Geert Wilders gives up on bid to become prime minister

Dutch anti-Islam populist leader Geert Wilders abandons bid to become prime...

Dutch anti-Islam populist leader Geert Wilders abandons bid...

Malta had doubts on council statement pledging military support to Ukraine

Sources say Malta voiced concern about language used in statement pledging support to Ukraine, while also criticising the European Union’s silence on the...

Sources say Malta voiced concern about language used in...

EU launches Red Sea mission to protect cargo ships

EU launches Operation Aspides to defend cargo ships passing through the Red Sea...

EU launches Operation Aspides to defend cargo ships passing...

EU leaders agree €50 billion aid package for Ukraine after Hungary drops veto

All 27 EU leaders agrees €50 billion aid package for Ukraine that Hungary had blocked last December

All 27 EU leaders agrees €50 billion aid package for...

Striking farmers choke Brussels roads outside EP ahead of major summit

Farmers line up their tractors in a blockade at the European Parliament, protesting for improved market conditions ahead of a major European summit

Farmers line up their tractors in a blockade at the...

Former EU Commission president Jacques Delors dies at age 98

Jacques Delors, a prominent figure in establishing the euro currency and former...

Jacques Delors, a prominent figure in establishing the euro...

Spanish police claim Malta is access point for Nepalese on false visa

Operation Everest in Spain dismantles trafficking business that provided...

Operation Everest in Spain dismantles trafficking business...

More flexible EU rules on national spending cuts agreed

EU finance ministers agree new rules that allow gradual cuts for countries...

EU finance ministers agree new rules that allow...

EU Court annuls state aid to Air France, in case filed by Malta Air and Ryanair

European court annuls EU Commission’s approval of French State aid to Air France, Air France-KLM after Malta complaint

European court annuls EU Commission’s approval of...

Unions call for six-month extension on suspended EU deficit rules

ETUC says EU finance ministers should extend by six months the suspension of...

ETUC says EU finance ministers should extend by six months...

Maltese report low media trust and ‘negative feeling’ on non-EU migration

Eurobarometer finds Maltese happy with state of economy, concerned about rising prices, trust the police more than politicians, positive about EU migration but...

Eurobarometer finds Maltese happy with state of economy,...

EU Council and Parliament agree on EU rules protecting media freedom, pluralism and editorial independence

New rules will protect citizens' right of access to free and plural information, making member states responsible for providing the appropriate...

New rules will protect citizens' right of access to...

Malta joins EU call for international peace conference on Gaza and lasting ceasefire

Spain, Ireland, Belgium and Malta want EU leaders to debate the situation in Gaza next week and jointly call for a lasting humanitarian ceasefire that would...

Spain, Ireland, Belgium and Malta want EU leaders to debate...