Johann Buttigieg stepping down as Planning Authority executive chairman
The Planning Authority said that Johann Buttigieg will be moving on to another post in another public entity
[WATCH] Hate speech threatens to break our country, Archbishop warns
The archbishop said that overseeing the safety and security of one's own country should never justify hate speech and further violence
Migrants’ despair and anguish aboard the El Hiblu: Amnesty’s concern over Malta terror charges

Amnesty International concerned about the severity of terrorism charges laid against three teenagers from Ivory Coast and Guinea, suspected of having...

Amnesty International concerned about the severity of...

Roads authority’s expropriation of land ‘made in interest of private parties’

A civil court has reversed the government’s expropriation of land in St Paul’s Bay, declaring it as having been done to appease private interests...

A civil court has reversed the government’s...

Ghadira landowners win damages but not right to take back land

Landowners get €150,000 from European Court but expropriated Mellieha land...

Landowners get €150,000 from European Court but...

Marsaskala seabed to be reclaimed for waterpolo pitch

Over 2,300sq.m of Marsaskala’s seabed will be reclaimed for a waterpolo...

Over 2,300sq.m of Marsaskala’s seabed will be...

Special police unit to monitor online hate speech

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia said that the police were...

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia said that the...

Malta shows greatest decline in belief that government should aid poor countries

Eurobarometer survey shows that 48% of Maltese citizens believe that the national government should aid foreign countries

Eurobarometer survey shows that 48% of Maltese citizens...

Security at migrant open centres to improve after GWU and government meet

In the wake of Sunday’s riot at the Hal Far open centre, the Home Affairs Ministry and the General Workers’ Union agree on better security...

In the wake of Sunday’s riot at the Hal Far open...

Astronomical observatory planned for Nadur

Government and University of Malta to invest €160,000 in telescope that...

Government and University of Malta to invest €160,000...

Royal digs rescued: Malta palazzo where Queen lived to be reopened to the public

Maltese government buys €6 million Villa Guardamangia, the former home of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, when she lived in Malta between 1949 and 1951

Maltese government buys €6 million Villa Guardamangia,...

Francis Zammit Dimech exploring bid for PN secretary-general

Veteran PN politican Francis Zammit Dimech’s bid for secretary-general...

Veteran PN politican Francis Zammit Dimech’s bid for...

Joseph Muscat warns Opposition to measure its words on foreigners

Joseph Muscat said that he had been mistaken back in 2013 when he had invoked...

Joseph Muscat said that he had been mistaken back in 2013...

Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca decries hate speech in the wake of migrant riots

Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca said that Malta should be doing everything possible to stamp out ever-growing hate speech on social media

Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca said that Malta should be doing...

200,000 contraband cigarettes seized by Customs during raid

A total of 1,000 cartons of cigarettes were discovered in a Safi garage

A total of 1,000 cartons of cigarettes were discovered in a...

Outrageous that Malta prime minister still suing Daphne Caruana Galizia – Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner

Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Dunja Mijatović was responding to a question by Nationalist Party MEP Roberta Metsola 

Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Dunja...

Hal Far open centre chief commends migrants who protected staff during riot

Mauro Farrugia said that a number of migrants who did not participate in Sunday's riot at Hal Far had taken the trouble to protect the most vulnerable and...

Mauro Farrugia said that a number of migrants who did not...

Youth groups ask MPs to put political difference aside and declare climate change emergency

31 youth organisations have co-signed a letter asking MPs to put aside political differences and declare a climate change emergency ahead of tonight's vote...

31 youth organisations have co-signed a letter asking MPs...

Teachers’ union files judicial protest to stop rivals’ interference in LSE negotiations

Teachers’ union MUT is taking court action to stop breakaway union UPE from taking illegal industrial action

Teachers’ union MUT is taking court action to stop...

Rights of children with health conditions should be respected, parents association says

The Maltese Association of Parents of State School Students said that parents were being indirectly pressured to keep their children at home because schools...

The Maltese Association of Parents of State School Students...