Election Playbook: Muscat back on ONE, protestors back on the street
Of manifestos launched and protests organised - here’s your week three round-up of the campaign trail 
Labour MEP candidates snub discussion on environmental challenges
PN candidate Peter Agius lamented the absence of a PL representative, highlighting that Thomas Bajada, the intended Labour panelist, did not show up, leaving his questions to...
Election Playbook: Let them eat doughnuts
One teacher’s union is declaring a trade dispute, while the other is complaining that its members did not get doughnuts. It was also a slow day for politics, so here’s...
Election Playbook: I’m only watching Labour’s Love Island if I can vote contestants out
Labour launches its own reality show while Ivan Grech Mintoff tries to bring eggs into a PBS studio - here's your day 16 round-up of the election campaign
Labour launches manifesto for European Parliament elections
Labour reveals a 10-point manifesto ahead of the European Parliament elections
Voting documents can now be collected from police stations, local council offices
People who did not receive their voting document will need to pick it up personally on presentation of their ID card from police stations or local council offices
EWROPEJ DEBATES
[WATCH] MEPs talk defence, environment and interpreters shortage in KSU debate
MaltaToday and Lovin Malta team up with KSU for the first in a series of...
[WATCH] Ewropej at MCAST: MEP candidates on Abela speech, climate, youths, and foreign workers
Labour candidate Thomas Bajada echoes Abela claims on Vitals inquiry
[WATCH] Ewropej in Mosta: Defence, Gaza, climate change
 Steve Ellul (PL), Lee Bugeja Bartolo (PN), Ralph Cassar (ADPD), Matthias...
[WATCH] Ewropej fil-Pjazza: Gozo takes centre-stage in candidates’ debate
Independent candidate Arnold Cassola challengeds assertions by Nationalist...
NEWS
Election Playbook: No MEP is a Love Island

What do MEPs and Love Island contestants have in common? They both want to be...

What do MEPs and Love Island contestants have in common?...

[WATCH] Ewropej in Mosta: Defence, Gaza, climate change

 Steve Ellul (PL), Lee Bugeja Bartolo (PN), Ralph Cassar (ADPD), Matthias...

 Steve Ellul (PL), Lee Bugeja Bartolo (PN), Ralph...

‘Aren’t you done pigging out?’: PN MEP protests outside Central Bank demanding Edward Scicluna’s resignation

Pig balloons and a large poster have been hung in front of the Central Bank in Valletta as PN MEP David Casa calls for Edward Scicluna’s resignation

Pig balloons and a large poster have been hung in front of...

Election Playbook: Brussels bubble vs Malta muddle

Labour brings Brussels politics to Malta and Cassola wins the KNŻ debate...

Labour brings Brussels politics to Malta and Cassola wins...

Public health experts want voters to choose ‘candidates with a conscience’

Public health GPs call on voters in forthcoming European elections to prioritise health and mental wellbeing

Public health GPs call on voters in forthcoming European...

20 years on, the Maltese are positive about membership

Respondents to a MaltaToday survey have rated Malta’s experience in the...

Respondents to a MaltaToday survey have rated Malta’s...

Election Playbook: Yes to Europe, no to legroom apparently

Metsola collabs with Lufthansa and the Gozo banner bandits are caught (kind of)...

Metsola collabs with Lufthansa and the Gozo banner bandits...

Election Playbook – Charges and resignations

A high-profile resignation and charges abound – we look back at week two...

A high-profile resignation and charges abound – we...

[WATCH] Arnold Cassola: ‘We should not become numb towards wrongdoing’

Independent MEP election candidate Arnold Cassola’s favourite trio of numbers is 3-2-1, representing how he believes Malta’s EP seats should be...

Independent MEP election candidate Arnold Cassola’s...

[WATCH] Metsola on leading the PN: ‘I will not speculate… I am a candidate like anybody else’

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola will not speculate on what happens after June when asked whether she wants to lead the PN, says she is...

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola will not...

Electoral Playbook: Pruning the Fearne

Fearne sticks by his decision to step down as deputy prime minister – here’s day 10 of the election campaign

Fearne sticks by his decision to step down as deputy prime...

Robert Abela heaps praise on Chris Fearne: ‘Country has lost a person of integrity’

Prime Minister Robert Abela blames ‘establishment’ for Chris Fearne’s resignation, reiterates ‘full trust’ in former deputy prime...

Prime Minister Robert Abela blames...

Election Playbook: In the land of the F-Living

Metsola in Ukraine, Muscat on F-Living – here’s day nine of the...

Metsola in Ukraine, Muscat on F-Living – here’s...

Volt pledges European basic income for low earners instead of taxes

Volt Malta launches manifesto with pledge for European Basic Income (EBI)...

Volt Malta launches manifesto with pledge for European...

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