Maltese MEPs vote in favour of EU’s minimum wage directive
An overwhelming majority of European lawmakers voted in favour of adopting the EU’s new minimum wage directive aiming to lift minimum wages in member states and strengthen...
Helena Dalli quizzed by socialist MEPs over Prudente abortion case
‘Women in the EU should enjoy equal rights,’ Dalli tells Socialist MEPs quizzing her on abortion rights
Malta-based EU asylum agency accused of nepotism and irregularities

Anonymous employees file complaint with OLAF alleging nepotism and...

Anonymous employees file complaint with...

No political meddling: Brussels unveils blueprint for national broadcasters

The Regulation includes protections against political meddling and use of spyware against journalists

The Regulation includes protections against political...

[WATCH] Von der Leyen to MEPs: ‘Sanctions here to stay – Russia’s industry in tatters’

MEPs will scrutinise the work of the European Commission on 14 September to ensure the EU addresses Europeans' key concerns. Follow the State of the EU...

MEPs will scrutinise the work of the European Commission on...

Miriam Dalli supports gas price cap, against mandatory electricity cuts

EU energy ministers in emergency summit as they try to find solutions to contain the energy crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine

EU energy ministers in emergency summit as they try to find...

Maltese most optimistic in the EU on economy

A Eurobarometer survey finds that Maltese are positive about the country's...

A Eurobarometer survey finds that Maltese are positive...

[WATCH] Eurogroup president warns inflation measures should not burden public debt

Fiscal policy should not get in the way of reducing inflation in the euro area, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said while in Malta

Fiscal policy should not get in the way of reducing...

Brussels picks non-Maltese speaker in sensitive Semester post in Valletta

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba blasts selection of Latvian EPP assistant instead of Maltese nationals

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba blasts selection of Latvian...

Malta exempted from EU gas reduction target due to absence of pipeline

Malta, which is supplied LNG for its Delimara plant via a floating storage terminal, will be exempt from mandatory European gas reductions, because...

Malta, which is supplied LNG for its Delimara plant via a...

Energy ministers discuss EU request to scale back gas over fears of Russian cuts

Malta is expected to take a lukewarm position over a EU proposal to start cutting back on gas consumption and save for the coming winter, fearing an imminent...

Malta is expected to take a lukewarm position over a EU...

Metsola under pressure from MEPs over push to have cabinet chief take top EP job

Infighting over carve-up of European Parliament’s institutional jobs, with MEPs complaining of unmeritocratic appointments

Infighting over carve-up of European Parliament’s...

Roberta Metsola stands by words on EU energy dependence on autocratic regimes

With the EU Commission signing off on an agreement with Azerbaijan, Metsola stood by her word that the EU should not depend on autocratic regimes for its...

With the EU Commission signing off on an agreement with...

EU asks nations to cut gas by 15% until spring fearing abrupt Russian cut-off

Brussels calls for voluntary reduction in gas so as not to trigger mandatory Union Alert, accusing Russia of weaponising gas exports

Brussels calls for voluntary reduction in gas so as not to...

Europe embraces Azerbaijan’s autocracy in great gas hunt

EU bid to move away from Russian fossil fuels takes it to Baku, to secure...

EU bid to move away from Russian fossil fuels takes it to...

Italian PM resigns as government coalition collapses

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigns after populist coalition partner...

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigns after populist...

Rule of law report raises concern over deteriorating court efficiency and lack of corruption judgments

The European Commission's third annual Rule of Law report raises concern over the lack of efficiency in Malta’s courts, lengthy corruption...

The European Commission's third annual Rule of Law...

Danish man who killed three people in Copenhagen shopping centre shooting to face judge

Copenhagen shooting leaves three dead and tens injured as suspect is due to face judge on Monday

Copenhagen shooting leaves three dead and tens injured as...

Several killed in Copenhagen shopping mall shooting, suspect arrested

Danish police have arrested a 22-year-old Danish national believed to be...

Danish police have arrested a 22-year-old Danish national...

EU ministers agree on Fit for 55 climate crisis negotiating positions

EU laws to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 to enter negotiation process...

EU laws to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 to enter...