Waste incinerator to be sited in Ghallis as landfill space runs out
€150 million waste-to-energy plant expected to be run by private-public partnership as new EU rules will impose limits on landfilled waste and mandatory recycling targets
Address gender pay gap, but not with female quotas say MEPs
Gender issues in politics, business and society were on the agenda at a youth-led debate which highlighted the need for more support and enforcement of laws which ensure equal pay...
Ministerial intervention resolves St. Paul's Bay council spat

Minister Owen Bonnici used his powers under the Local Councils Act to give...

Minister Owen Bonnici used his powers under the Local...

Bishop hails servicemen and women as a 'national treasure'

Gozo Bishop Mario Grech urges all Armed Forces of Malta personnel to...

Gozo Bishop Mario Grech urges all Armed Forces of Malta...

AD calls for improved facilities and better access to sports and outdoor activities

Alternattiva Demokratika is calling for better access sports and outdoor activities after a Eurobarometer survey showed Maltese youths were amongst...

Alternattiva Demokratika is calling for better...

Tribunal decision on Wied Ghomor development application expected Thursday

The Environment and Planning Review Tribunal is to publish its final findings on Thursday after the Planning Authority refused an application to...

The Environment and Planning Review Tribunal is to...

Long lets tax incentives among NGOs' proposals for better rent regulation

Proposals for rent regulation presented by 17 NGOs include tax incentives for long lets, the creation of a state registry of properties on the rental...

Proposals for rent regulation presented by 17 NGOs include...

Moody's and DBRS upgrade Malta's credit ratings

Moody's raises Malta rating to A3 positive for the first time ever...

Moody's raises Malta rating to A3 positive for the...

Muscat cautious on Malta’s chances of retaining current level of EU funding

The Prime Minister is in currently in Brussels attending an informal meeting of the 27 heads of EU member states

The Prime Minister is in currently in Brussels attending an...

Archbishop discharged from hospital

He will now be spending a period of recovery at the Apostolic Nunciature of Chile, before continuing with his investigation

He will now be spending a period of recovery at the...

PD calls for proposed St George’s Bay development to be halted, radically re-thought

The Democratic Party said the project would cause loss of the bay due to overdevelopment, says a National Masterplan for development is needed

The Democratic Party said the project would cause loss of...

Marsaskala councillor resigns from Nationalist Party

Charlot Cassar, who was a vocal critic of plans to build the American...

Charlot Cassar, who was a vocal critic of plans to build...

Minister promises regular spot-checks after internet key, powder found in prison

Michael Farrugia said he will continue working to ensure there are no prohibited items circulating inside the Corradino Correctional Facility

Michael Farrugia said he will continue working to ensure...

Construction lobby boss Sandro Chetcuti paid €19,000 by Maltese government as ‘consultant’

The Maltese government is paying the private sector’s leading construction lobbyist €19,000 to influence its decisions on the property market

The Maltese government is paying the private sector’s...

Sky-high rents now a big problem even for iGaming’s foreign workers

High rental fees might be making it hard to attract essential foreign talent...

High rental fees might be making it hard to attract...

Updated | Delia hits out at Twitter allegations of 'conflict' over Labour energy policy

Opposition leader insists he had no knowledge of a bond issue for former Electrogas shareholder, Gasol plc, and has denied newspaper claims suggesting...

Opposition leader insists he had no knowledge of a bond...

[WATCH] Updated | MUT will not allow the creation of ‘second class’ lecturers at MCAST

The teachers’ union is accusing the college’s administration of a lack of goodwill, insisting that further industrial action was not being excluded...

The teachers’ union is accusing the college’s...

January unemployment in Malta declines by 31%

There were 2,000 people registering for work in January, a 30.8% decline over...

There were 2,000 people registering for work in January, a...

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