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[WATCH] Von der Leyen calls for EU expansion to 'complete our union'
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivers the annual State of the Union speech, as her administration looks back on four years in office ahead of the European...
EU law that could sever Castille’s control of PBS heads for vote
Castille’s historic control of the national broadcaster could be challenged by the prospective European Media Freedom Act
MEPs fast-track renewables permits, Greens see red on Metsola interview
MEPs vote to boost deployment of renewable energy across EU, while Greens question Metsola interview in which she commented on costs of climate adaptability
Valletta soup kitchen serving up to 120,000 meals awarded European Citizens Prize
Franciscan Friars’ soup kitchen in Valletta has been awarded the European Citizens’ Prize for Malta, two years since the start of its operations
MEPs push for law to make public broadcasters fully autonomous of governments
Wide ramifications for Maltese public broadcaster and historic link to central government, with European law that would lay down transparent methods of editorial and directorial...
MEPs approve SLAPP directive
The European Parliament yesterday voted with a very strong majority in favour of an EU directive aimed at protecting journalists, activists, academics, artists, and researchers...
Robots to verify farmers’ crop photos to claim EU support

Malta will deploy Artificial Intelligence to identify crops and trees from...

Malta will deploy Artificial Intelligence to identify crops...

Nato post mulled for Ursula von der Leyen keeps rumour mill running on Metsola future

Italian press report that European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen could be touted to succeed Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg, reopen...

Italian press report that European Commission...

Chicken farmers hen-pecked by EU plans on cages

Maltese chicken farmers face new hurdles by end of 2023 as the European...

Maltese chicken farmers face new hurdles by end of 2023 as...

President Zelenskyy and Ukrainians awarded with Sakharov Prize

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola announced the Sakharov...

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola...

Muscat hits back at LIBE report: ‘No corruption accusations against me’

Former PM Joseph Muscat says claims by MEPs that he remains ‘unprosecuted’ for corruption is unsubstantiated and demands rectification

Former PM Joseph Muscat says claims by MEPs that he remains...

MEPs set up cross-party group on legalisation of personal use of cannabis

Cyrus Engerer among group of MEPs in cross-party group on cannabis legalisation

Cyrus Engerer among group of MEPs in cross-party group on...

Written press most trusted, but online and social media most read by Maltese

Maltese respondents to a Eurobarometer survey on the media said they trust Malta’s written press – and its online presence – the most, second...

Maltese respondents to a Eurobarometer survey on the media...

‘Thing of the past’: why cheap flights face price hikes over fuel changes

Labour MEPs have voted against the European Parliament’s negotiating position with EU governments over the introduction of sustainable aviation fuel: the...

Labour MEPs have voted against the European...

Access nuclear and natural gas can help attain green deal targets - Alfred Sant

Whilst acknowledging they are not environmentally neutral, Sant said they offer reasonable transitional paths to environmentally neutral energy

Whilst acknowledging they are not environmentally...

Sant, Engerer back EP resolution to enshrine right to legal abortion

Resolution adopted with 324 MEPs in favour, calls for the amendment of Article...

Resolution adopted with 324 MEPs in favour, calls for the...

Labour MEPs break ranks to defeat socialist resolution against EU funding of gas

MEPs rejected motion from socialists, Greens and Left to oppose gas and nuclear energy being included in EU list of  environmentally sustainable...

MEPs rejected motion from socialists, Greens and Left to...

Croatia on course to adopt the euro after European Parliament gives the green light

Croatia is set to adopt the euro as its currency as from 1 January 2023

Croatia is set to adopt the euro as its currency as from 1...

Alfred Sant casts doubt on ECB inflation forecast

Labour MEP Alfred Sant says high inflation could persist beyond...

Labour MEP Alfred Sant says...

Josianne Cutajar demands European Commission act on air travel disruptions

Labour MEP Josianne Cutajar says ticket price increases, long delays, lost luggage and last-minute flight cancellations were jeopardising Europe's...

Labour MEP Josianne Cutajar says ticket price...

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