First EU rule of law report: Malta suffering from ‘deep corruption patterns’
Track record of securing convictions in high-level corruption cases is lacking, says EU report on rule of law
Migration pact still leaves Malta at whim of EU states’ good will
The European Union’s latest attempt at forging a common migration policy has two key flaws in its mechanism to return failed asylum seekers to their country of origin with...
Labour MEP says new European law should avoid a second Dieselgate

Five years since Dieselgate and the leniency afforded to car manufacturers...

Five years since Dieselgate and the leniency afforded to...

Sant on Belarus: ‘You can’t condemn Russian interference and invite EU to do the same’

Labour MEP supports Belarus condemnation resolution but warns MEPs against any direct EU intervention

Labour MEP supports Belarus condemnation resolution but...

Von der Leyen pledges emissions reduction increase to 55% in State Of The EU address

Ursula von der Leyen has pledged that the European Commission will drive a “sustainable and transformational recovery” that will make...

Ursula von der Leyen has pledged that the...

Bartolo flies to Turkey with call for ‘dialogue and respect of international laws’

Malta’s Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo met Turkish counterpart Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu amid rising tensions in the eastern Mediterranean

Malta’s Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo met Turkish...

Labour MEP says right to disconnect should cover all workers using digital tools

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba presents Right To Disconnect rules to employment committee MEPs

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba presents Right To Disconnect...

UNHCR calls on EU member states to support countries at the forefront of migration flows

UNHCR and IOM expressed their deep concern about the continued absence of dedicated EU-led search and rescue capacity in the Central Mediterranean

UNHCR and IOM expressed their deep concern about the...

Sant tells Brussels to safeguard consumer banking as COVID-19 shutters more branches

As banks move to digital, Alfred Sant questions the EU’s commitment in protecting essential banking services

As banks move to digital, Alfred Sant questions the...

Belgium bans tourist travel to Malta over COVID-19 surge

Belgian authorities have stopped all tourist travel to Malta •...

Belgian authorities have stopped all tourist travel to...

Metsola <strike>punches above her weight</strike> is second in most influential MEP ranking on home affairs

Nationalist MEP Roberta Metsola ranked second most influential MEP on democracy and home affairs inside European Parliament

Nationalist MEP Roberta Metsola ranked second most...

Sicily imposes quarantine on residents returning from Malta

Tourism from the neighbouring island risks grinding to a halt after Sicilian...

Tourism from the neighbouring island risks grinding to a...

Incineration part of European waste strategy, Brussels executive tells MEP

Incineration of non-recyclable waste to avoid landfilling are in line with EU’s circular economy goals, European Commission tells Roberta Metsola

Incineration of non-recyclable waste to avoid landfilling...

Italy considering mandatory COVID-19 testing for passengers returning from Malta

Italy considering rapid testing of returning passengers after spike in new infections among holidaymakers returning from Spain, Greece, Malta and Croatia

Italy considering rapid testing of returning passengers...

Yvonne Farrugia appointed Malta prosecutor in European Public Prosecutor’s Office

EPPO representative will be prosecutor in crimes of fraud, misappropriation, and corruption against the financial interest of the EU

EPPO representative will be prosecutor in crimes...

Malta secures €2.25 billion in EU budget and coronavirus recovery funds

European Council president Charles Michel hails historic deal after EU member states agree on multi-billion coronavirus recovery package

European Council president Charles Michel hails historic...

Prime Minister cautiously optimistic over EU recovery fund talks breakthrough but another long meeting beckons

Prime Minister Robert Abela tells MaltaToday it is important European leaders leave Brussels with a compromise over a pandemic recovery package

Prime Minister Robert Abela tells MaltaToday it is...

EU budget talks drag on, but compromise on COVID recovery fund possibly within reach

Member states' positions on balance between grants and loans under coronavirus recovery fund is starting to converge, as three-day EU summit continues

Member states' positions on balance between grants and...

Dutch hold ground on €1 trillion EU budget by demanding unanimity on spending plans

EU leaders were held back from sealing the deal earlier by Dutch PM Mark Rutte, who wants all EU countries to unanimously approve the disbursement of any...

EU leaders were held back from sealing the deal earlier by...

Tough slog for EU leaders to agree on multi billion euro recovery package

"Moment of truth" for Europe says French President Emmanuel Macron as leaders discuss bloc's seven-year budget proposals and Covid-19 recovery...

"Moment of truth" for Europe says French...