St Albert College's first day of school postponed to Wednesday
The secondary school will open its door on Wednesday whilst the primary school's first day will be on Tuesday
Demolish Festaval hotel and restore area, Mellieha says
Mellieħa council insists that since site was designated as an Area for Ecological Importance, the PA has no choice but to order the demolition of the hotel and restore the area...
Tax evasion nation: Only 40% of companies declared a profit in 2019

Clyde Caruana says tax collection efforts have been stepped up to ensure that...

Clyde Caruana says tax collection efforts have been stepped...

St Albert College slaps MUT with court warrant to stop union for issuing directives

MUT claims that the school’s rector has asked to postpone the start of the scholastic year for students

MUT claims that the school’s rector has asked to...

Family of two adults, two children need €25,300 to live a decent life, study shows

A new study by the GWU, Moviment Graffitti and Alleanza Kontra l-Faqar has established a national living income for different types of households

A new study by the GWU, Moviment Graffitti and Alleanza...

Children’s commissioner concerned over situation at St Albert College

Children’s Commissioner urges all parties to find an ‘immediate solution’ to the impasse, in the best interest of children

Children’s Commissioner urges all parties to find an...

Owen Bonnici is acting prime minister

Robert Abela foregoes remote working and appoints acting prime minister during his week-long visit to New York for the annual UN meeting

Robert Abela foregoes remote working and appoints acting...

St Albert College threatens to sue teachers' union as Curia prepares contingency plan

St Albert College is accusing the Malta Union of Teachers of making reckless attempts to sabotage the opening of the scholastic year on Monday in an ongoing...

St Albert College is accusing the Malta Union of Teachers...

Hunters dub nature reserve ‘illegal collective punishment’ for poaching

Hunting lobby FKNK reacts to designation of poaching hotspot Qawra Point as nature reserve as ‘collective punishment’

Hunting lobby FKNK reacts to designation of poaching...

If Comino and Mdina feel crowded, a study has just given us the numbers to prove it

Malta will need to attract five million tourists to ensure existing and planned hotels are sustainable but how will this accelerated growth impact an already...

Malta will need to attract five million tourists to ensure...

Employers told to take safety measures ahead of weather warnings

The Met Office is forecasting thundery showers over the next 24 hours

The Met Office is forecasting thundery showers over the...

Study says Malta needs 5 million tourists to sustain existing, planned hotels

A study carried out by Deloitte shows Malta will have to attract 4.7 million tourists over the next six years to ensure existing and planned hotel beds reach...

A study carried out by Deloitte shows Malta will have to...

Sedentary kings: 1 in 2 Maltese spend over five hours sitting down

The share Maltese respondents who said they do not exercise or play sport, has...

The share Maltese respondents who said they do not exercise...

No room for Muscat lawyer on judicial watchdog, Repubblika tells PM

Repubblika says government should remove Pawlu Lia, lawyer to Joseph Muscat,...

Repubblika says government should remove Pawlu Lia, lawyer...

[WATCH] When the market takes over politics, ‘correct the rules’ Archbishop tells MPs

In Independence Day homily, Archbishop Charles Scicluna tells political class to correct the market rules that put the least powerful at a disadvantage

In Independence Day homily, Archbishop Charles Scicluna...

Bernard Grech: Malta must protect its independence, or else it risks losing it

Nationalist Party leader says Malta’s independence cannot be lost to a foreign superpower or empire, but to politicians who fail to step up and do their...

Nationalist Party leader says Malta’s independence...

Budget for 24 October

Last week Finance Minister Clyde Caruana pledged €600 million spend next year to cushion higher energy and food prices

Last week Finance Minister Clyde Caruana pledged €600...

PN invites consumers to join utility bills class action lawsuit, promising to cover all legal expenses

PN is launching a class action lawsuit against ARMS over the utility bills overcharge

PN is launching a class action lawsuit against ARMS over...

Buses to become free from 1 October but TalLinja card required

Free buses | All day, night and special services free • Passengers still...

Free buses | All day, night and special services free...

Loujin, young girl who died of thirst after delayed rescue buried in Crete

Activist who documented the case of four-year-old Loujin calls for Europe to 'wash its conscience' and prevent such deaths at sea

Activist who documented the case of four-year-old Loujin...