Government defends energy deal: Gas hedging provided price stability, lower tariffs
Enemalta did not have cash to enter directly into gas hedging agreements at the time and opted to hive off that operation to any company that won the gas power project, government...
Cardona calls for ‘unity’ following ‘attacks’ on Labour
Addressing the Labour Party general conference, Economy Minister Chris Cardona told supporters to focus on priorities of the country in face of 'attacks'
Age of consent for sex officially lowered to 16

The Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence Bill, which passed through...

The Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence Bill,...

No reference to President's call as MPs continue to discuss IVF

The parliamentary debate on the IVF bill continued on Wednesday evening, but...

The parliamentary debate on the IVF bill continued on...

Daphne Project: Journalist had received leaked files from Electrogas

Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna was a member of a selection committee that chose...

Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna was a member of a selection...

Opposition splits on domestic violence law

Domestic violence law was approved by parliament at the last stage with eight...

Domestic violence law was approved by parliament at the...

Gaming company boss says high property rental prices impacting employee retention

The COO of industry leader Videoslots Ltsd says that the company has no problem attracting foreign workers to Malta but insists high property rental...

The COO of industry leader Videoslots Ltsd says...

[WATCH] Adrian Delia insists PN government would repeal IVF changes, in spite of MPs’ free vote

PN Leader Adrian Delia says granting his parliamentary group a free vote on amendments proposed by the government on the IVF and Embryo Protection Act would...

PN Leader Adrian Delia says granting his parliamentary...

‘Massive’ shooting range project on time, will safeguard environment

First phase of project has cost €10 million

First phase of project has cost €10 million

Godfrey Farrugia accuses Children’s Commissioner of ‘dehumanising children’

Farrugia continued to explain that the interests of the child – both born and unborn – are 'paramount', and that the Commissioner is a...

Farrugia continued to explain that the interests of the...

Update 2 | President wades into IVF debate, calls for ‘longer period of reflection’

In an unusual move for a president, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca has presented the government with a political hurdle over IVF after calling for a longer...

In an unusual move for a president, Marie-Louise Coleiro...

Maltese 18-year-olds are Europeans most likely to stop studying, training

Malta has the highest share of early leavers from education and training across the EU despite substantial improvement in the past decade, Eurostat figures show

Malta has the highest share of early leavers from education...

Elderly people’s homes spot-checked annually

Elderly people's Homes can only retain their licence if it has been...

Elderly people's Homes can only retain their licence if...

After Caruana Galizia murder, Malta falls 18 places in press freedom index

Malta tumbles 18 places to 67 in Reporters Without Borders press freedom index

Malta tumbles 18 places to 67 in Reporters Without Borders...

Lawyers propose settlement in dispute between murder suspect and bomb victim

Caruana Galizia murder suspect George Degiorgio and murdered businessman Giovann Camilleri had filed case against each other over owed monies

Caruana Galizia murder suspect George Degiorgio and...

Joseph Muscat refusing to sack corrupt criminals from cabinet, Fenech Adami says

He said that rather than take action against his two close aides, the Prime Minister was resorting to 'fascist tactics' and threatening journalists

He said that rather than take action against his two close...

Embryo freezing saves more embryos than the current system, Fearne says

The parliamentary debate on the amendments to the IVF law started this evening • Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne said the...

The parliamentary debate on the amendments to the IVF law...

Changes to Malta’s IVF law backed by European infertility advocacy group

As Parliament is set to debate wide-ranging and controversial changes to the IVF law, the changes proposed by government find the backing of Fertility Europe,...

As Parliament is set to debate wide-ranging and...

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