COVID-19: Malta is fast to vaccinate elderly, but rest of Europe lags behind
Politico vaccine data shows only five countries have met EU targets to vaccinate 80% of people aged over 80
Maltese say they approve increase in EU humanitarian aid to developing countries
More than half the Maltese want the EU to spend more on humanitarian aid than it currently does
Strong earthquake hits Croatia, destroys town

Croatia is struck by a powerful earthquake, the second in as many days •...

Croatia is struck by a powerful earthquake, the second in...

COVID-19: EU tells countries to lift UK travel bans over coronavirus mutation fears

Officials from the European Union warned governments to reverse their decision to scrap transport links with the UK over coronavirus fears, saying that the...

Officials from the European Union warned governments to...

European Commission gives final go-ahead for first vaccine against COVID-19

The first COVID-19 vaccine is given the final go-ahead by the European Commission to start rolling out across the EU after positive recommendation from the...

The first COVID-19 vaccine is given the final go-ahead by...

‘Without a free Belarus, Europe is not truly free’

Why the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought remains a beacon of the...

Why the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought remains a...

Malta with one of lowest COVID-19 positivity rates

The weekly bulletin by the European Centre for Disease and Prevention Control...

The weekly bulletin by the European Centre for Disease and...

Abela not among European leaders required to quarantine after French president gets COVID-19

French President Emanuel Macron has tested positive for coronavirus and sent several other European leaders into preventive quarantine but Malta’s Prime...

French President Emanuel Macron has tested positive for...

MEPs give consent to EU trillion-euro budget

Parliament approves seven-year EU budget 2021-2027

Parliament approves seven-year EU budget 2021-2027

EU Court’s Advocate General finds no issue with Maltese judges’ appointment

In his Opinion to the European Court, AG Gerard Hogan says it is pointless to deny that politics has played a role in the appointment of judges in many legal...

In his Opinion to the European Court, AG Gerard Hogan says...

Belarussian democratic opposition receives 2020 Sakharov Prize

2020 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought was received by the Coordination...

2020 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought was received by...

EU sanctions on authoritarian leaders can help democratic oppositions

Democratic opposition in Belarus wins Sakharov Prize. Sviatlana...

Democratic opposition in Belarus wins Sakharov Prize....

[WATCH] COVID-19 vaccine could be available in Malta before the end of 2020

European Medicines Agency brings forward Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine authorisation, giving hope that the first European citizens will start getting...

European Medicines Agency brings forward Pfizer-BioNTech...

Alfred Sant unimpressed by ‘politicised’ Omtzigt resolution on Malta

As EU finds compromise on rule of law mechanism to keep Hungary and Poland on board, Labour MEP questions political solution

As EU finds compromise on rule of law mechanism to keep...

[WATCH] Brussels opens Malta infringements on spring hunting and finch trapping

European Commission says Malta is breaching Birds Directive with its spring hunting and finch trapping derogations • Government insists enforcement is...

European Commission says Malta is breaching Birds Directive...

European Medicines Authority calls out UK’s 'hastiness' in approving COVID-19 vaccine

European Medicines Authority says its procedure, in deeming a vaccine safe or not, is based on more evidence and stricter checks

European Medicines Authority says its procedure, in deeming...

UK approves use of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine, rollout to begin next week

The UK will begin rolling out the first 800,000 doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine as of next week • European Medicines Agency to consider...

The UK will begin rolling out the first 800,000 doses...

European Parliament approves Agius Saliba ‘right to disconnect’ report

‘Right to disconnect’ report presented by MEP Alex Agius Saliba approved by European Parliament 

‘Right to disconnect’ report presented by MEP...

Engerer breaks ranks to support MEP vote condemning Polish abortion ban

Newly-elected Labour MEP joins 455 MEPs in supporting resolution condemning abortion ban in Poland by ‘judges dependent on ruling politicians’

Newly-elected Labour MEP joins 455 MEPs in supporting...

MEP welcomes government plan for ‘right to disconnect’ law

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba hails government talks aimed at recognizing right...

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba hails government talks aimed...