Beekeepers will get financial aid to tackle oriental 'killer' hornet population
Beekeepers will be able to invest in the necessary equipment to catch ‘queen’ hornets and bring down the population
PAC witnesses cannot invoke right to silence arbitrarily, Speaker rules
After former Nexia BT partner Karl Cini refused to answer questions by PAC, the Speaker of the House rules that this ‘right to silence’ can only be invoked under...
PN wants Abela to apologise for comments on the judiciary

PN spokesperson Karol Aquilina says Prime Minister’s reference to...

PN spokesperson Karol Aquilina says Prime Minister’s...

Updated | Teacher in Gozo school suffers broken arm in assault by student, ministry investigating

MUT says teacher suffers broken arm in assault by student, in injury that may lead to a permanent disability •  A review board will be set up to...

MUT says teacher suffers broken arm in assault by student,...

You can marry, vote and have sex at 16. So why do minors have reduced criminal punishment?

A magistrate expressed her personal opinion on how the law entitles youngsters between 16 and 18 to less onerous punishment for criminal acts. Matthew Agius...

A magistrate expressed her personal opinion on how the law...

Foreign workers paid €200 million in social security contributions

Information tabled in parliament shows the exponential increase in social...

Information tabled in parliament shows the exponential...

Karl Cini refuses to answer questions during PAC testimony

Nexia BT partner Karl Cini refused to answer questions during a public...

Nexia BT partner Karl Cini refused to answer questions...

Children in conflict, sea level rise, EU and Ukraine in Malta programme for Security Council

Foreign minister Ian Borg will chair three of four activities dealing with Maltese work prorgramme and priorities for its two-year seat on the United Nations...

Foreign minister Ian Borg will chair three of four...

Lidl to phase out sugar and fatty food marketing to children in supermarkets

Discount chain Lidl says it will gradually phase out sugar and fatty marketing to children... except at Christmas, Easter and Halloween, as it adopts an...

Discount chain Lidl says it will gradually phase out sugar...

Peter Agius approved as MEP candidate for Nationalist Party

Agius is throwing his hat in the ring again to represent Malta in the European...

Agius is throwing his hat in the ring again to represent...

Malta drops down Corruption Perceptions Index over lack of convictions

Downward CPI trend registered after recommendations from Caruana Galizia public inquiry were yet to be implemented in legislation, with...

Downward CPI trend registered after recommendations...

Magnitude 5.1 earthquake shakes Malta again

The Melita Graben to the south of the Maltese islands has produced another...

The Melita Graben to the south of the Maltese islands has...

New bill sparks OHSA controversy: PN calls for scrutiny of proposed amendments

A government proposal to streamline the magisterial investigation system in workplace accidents was met with opposition from the Nationalist Party

A government proposal to streamline the magisterial...

Anti-deadlock standards mechanism voted into law

Robert Abela gets his way as parliament votes in favour of an anti-deadlock...

Robert Abela gets his way as parliament votes in favour of...

Gozitan man found dead in Għasri

Police are investigating the cause of death while a magisterial inquiry is underway

Police are investigating the cause of death while a...

Government and judiciary should not be in discussion, lawyers' lobby says

The Chamber of Advocates speaks out on recent comments by the Prime Minister on court judgments

The Chamber of Advocates speaks out on recent comments by...

BirdLife: Hunting exhibition a ‘greenwashing exercise’

Environment NGO BirdLife says it is ‘embarrassing’ for Education...

Environment NGO BirdLife says it is...

President asked to intervene over Prime Minister’s encounter with magistrate

ADPD and rule of law NGO Repubblika concerned over Prime Minister Robert Abela’s admission that he met magistrate and discussed court decisions

ADPD and rule of law NGO Repubblika concerned over Prime...

Maltese hunters accuse Brussels of anti-hunting bias over court action on trapping

Maltese hunting lobby claim European Commission has “anti-hunting bias” after Brussels did not buy Maltese bid to circumvent trapping ban by...

Maltese hunting lobby claim European Commission...

Queen’s gambit: Roberta Metsola courted for European Commission president

As EPP boss flirts with European hard right in build-up to 2024 campaign, Roberta Metsola could be a compromise ‘lead candidate’ for a shot at...

As EPP boss flirts with European hard right in build-up to...