Malta has second lowest unemployment rate in the Euro Zone
Malta’s youth unemployment rate was 8.8%, down from 11% in March 2017
The Daphne Project: Five new things we have learned
Long read • 1,725 words | MaltaToday delves into the implications of five new things we have learnt thanks to the Daphne Project – an international collaboration...
Godfrey Farrugia to lead inquiry into PD's 'village escort' insult to Labour MP

In a damage-control exercise, Democratic Party leader Anthony Buttigieg has apologised to Labour MP Julia Farrugia Portelli over a comment on the...

In a damage-control exercise, Democratic Party leader...

Heydarov business director Robert Baker set up numerous Malta companies at Pilatus Banks

How Pilatus Bank is at the centre of a complex company structure whose director Robert Banker is linked to Azeri oligarch’s family

How Pilatus Bank is at the centre of a complex company...

Labour youth discuss hot issues, lament lack of creativity

Speaking at the Annual General Conference where each member took to the stand,...

Speaking at the Annual General Conference where each member...

[WATCH] We asked Labour supporters about the corruption allegations against the Muscat administration

Labour Party supporters attending the 1 May mass meeting are not worried about the corruption allegations against the government, insisting they wanted to see...

Labour Party supporters attending the 1 May mass meeting...

Updated | At May Day rally, Muscat announces €50 million housing project financed by passport sale

The Labour Party has rallied the troops in Tritons Square for its traditional Workers’ Day mass meeting • €50 million from passport money...

The Labour Party has rallied the troops in Tritons Square...

Malta Security Service denies prior knowledge of Caruana Galizia assassination plot

Malta Security Service refuted allegations that it had prior knowledge of a plot to assassinate Daphne Caruana Galizia and did nothing about it

Malta Security Service refuted allegations that it had...

Malta's identity under pressure by foreign influx, Adrian Delia cautions

Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia is preoccupied that Maltese children may not recognise their country in the future as a result of a changing social...

Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia is preoccupied that...

Profits have surged but wages have grown slowly, economist says

Economic growth in Malta has been ‘extraordinary’ over the past few...

Economic growth in Malta has been...

[WATCH] Workers' Day is used to divide the workers, PD leader says

Democratic Party leader Anthony Buttigieg said that May Day celebrations should...

Democratic Party leader Anthony Buttigieg said that May Day...

Mellieha bypass to be completed before summer

The Mellieha bypass is being rebuilt from scratch after the Ministry for...

The Mellieha bypass is being rebuilt from scratch after the...

Gender pay gap must be eliminated, GWU says

Foreign workers have to be shown more dignity and the pay gap between male and...

Foreign workers have to be shown more dignity and the pay...

Climbing the social ladder: 31% of Maltese say they fare no better than their grandparents did

While the Maltese are less likely to think that they have climbed the social ladder, they are more likely than other Europeans to place themselves at the top...

While the Maltese are less likely to think that they have...

Update 2 | Jason Azzopardi alleges that a police sergeant tipped off criminals before Marsa raid

Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi said in Parliament that police sergeant Aldo Cassar placed a phone call to one of three men accused with Daphne Caruana...

Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi said in Parliament...

Godfrey Farrugia suggests abrogative referendum to repeal embryo freezing

Democratic Party MP Godfrey Farrugia says embryo freezing paves the way for abortion • Parliamentary Secretary Julia Farrugia Portelli insists IVF law...

Democratic Party MP Godfrey Farrugia says embryo freezing...

Helena Dalli calls out Adrian Delia’s ‘inconsistency’ on domestic violence law

Opposition leader Adrian Delia appears to have been roasted by his own tweet in support of the domestic violence law, with the Equality Minister calling...

Opposition leader Adrian Delia appears to have been...

Wardens to join public payroll tomorrow

All wardens will, as of 1 May, be employed by the government local enforcement agency

All wardens will, as of 1 May, be employed by the...

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