Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia rebukes Simon Busuttil on trapping statement
Adrian Delia is insisting the Nationalist Party’s stand on trapping is unequivocal as he chides Simon Busuttil for tweeting about the European Court of Justice ruling...
Malta needs more experienced chief in Brussels, Nationalist Party says
The Nationalist Party has justified its opposition to Malta’s new permanent representative in Brussels, insisting the national interest required someone with more experience...
[WATCH] Flash downpour leaves cars swamped by rainwater and festa enthusiasts reeling

Village festa volunteers in Qormi and Siggiewi rushed to rescue street decorations put up ahead of the weekend festivities after torrential rain hit...

Village festa volunteers in Qormi and Siggiewi...

[WATCH] Trapping season should never be opened again – Birdlife

Reacting to a decision by the European Court of Justice that found Malta to be...

Reacting to a decision by the European Court of Justice...

President will sign IVF law under protest

In an unprecedented move, President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca says she is...

In an unprecedented move, President Marie-Louise Coleiro...

Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri advisors had filled bank account opening forms for Panama companies

New Panama Papers leak shows that just nine days before the existence of their Panama companies was revealed by Daphne Caruana Galizia, Konrad Mizzi and...

New Panama Papers leak shows that just nine days...

Trade secrets law will protect journalists

The law, once feared as preventing data leaks like Panama Papers, protects...

The law, once feared as preventing data leaks like Panama...

[EXPLAINER] How the IVF law has changed

After Parliament approved bold changes to the law regulating in-vitro fertilisation, MaltaToday maps out the changes

After Parliament approved bold changes to the law...

€8.75 million in tourist eco-tax collected since 2016

Since 2016, those offering tourist accommodation have been obliged to collected...

Since 2016, those offering tourist accommodation have been...

Robert Abela lambasts Jason Azzopardi for phone intercepts ‘invention’

Labour MP Robert Abela has flatly denied being privy to phone intercepts by the Malta Security Service, insisting his message to MEPs was based on public...

Labour MP Robert Abela has flatly denied being privy to...

Malta’s new Brussels chief warns of ‘unfavourable’ presidencies ahead on tax harmonisation

With a 4-3 vote, Parliament’s Public Appointments Committee approves technocrat Daniel Azzopardi as Malta’s next permanent representative in...

With a 4-3 vote, Parliament’s Public Appointments...

No conflict of interest for new Malta Gaming Authority chief as MPs give her the nod

Marlene Seychell is expected to be the next chairperson of the Malta Gaming Authority after her nomination was cleared by a parliamentary committee on Wednesday

Marlene Seychell is expected to be the next chairperson of...

Malta reacts with ‘surprise’ at Di Maio’s veiled threat on energy supply

After comments of Luigi di Maio on state Italian TV, Malta says its agreement with Italy on acquisition of energy is ‘governed by the rule of law’

After comments of Luigi di Maio on state Italian TV, Malta...

Leaving existing trees in Paola square was not feasible, architect says

The architect said the trees were causing serious damage to paving, roads, large reservoirs and even a World War II shelter

The architect said the trees were causing serious damage...

Malta processes over 1,800 asylum claims despite no boat migrant landings

Malta received a total of 1,839 applications for international protection in 2017, a decrease of 4.6 per cent over the preceding year

Malta received a total of 1,839 applications for...

EU leaders to meet informally on migration as hope fades for summit breakthrough

Joseph Muscat will attend Sunday’s informal meeting of European leaders called by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss migration

Joseph Muscat will attend Sunday’s informal meeting...

[WATCH] Italy deputy PM mentions interconnector in veiled threat to Malta over migrant crisis

Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi di Maio chides Malta for refusing entry to migrant rescue ship Aquarius and brings up the electricity interconnector in the...

Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi di Maio chides Malta...

Three new magistrates, judges set to be sworn in

The appointments, set to be sworn in on Monday, will also be accompanied by...

The appointments, set to be sworn in on Monday, will also...

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