Union objects to 'drastic changes' that will affect LSEs and kindergarten educators
The Union of Professional Educators says 'drastic changes' contemplated by the collective agreement signed by rival union MUT are 'disastrous'
Fosos independence celebrations were unsustainable – Robert Arrigo
In the face of criticism, the Nationalist Party deputy leader insists celebrations at the Floriana Granaries contributed to losses in the past
[WATCH] District police receive new cars and Segways

Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar says it is useless investing in...

Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar says it is useless...

Migrants aboard rescue vessel Ocean Viking remain in limbo between Malta and Italy

Ocean Viking, operated by Doctors Without Borders and SOS Mediterranee, has already been stranded at sea for 13 days with 356 migrants on board

Ocean Viking, operated by Doctors Without Borders and SOS...

Ancient silos uncovered in Safi hangar works in 2018

Hangar works in the archaeologically sensitive site of Safi green-lit without...

Hangar works in the archaeologically sensitive site of Safi...

Pierre Portelli resigns from presidency of PN college of local councillors

The Sliema local councillor cited personal reasons for his resignation, insisting he had too much on his plate to contribute wholeheartedly

The Sliema local councillor cited personal reasons for his...

Planning Authority extends scheme for owners to regularise property

The Planning Authority said that over three years, it had received over 13,000...

The Planning Authority said that over three years, it had...

Low-cost travel is preferred option for Maltese

Figures from the National Statistics Office show that Maltese travelling abroad...

Figures from the National Statistics Office show that...

MCAST project seeks to generate solar energy from sea structures

MCAST said that sea water solar panels would mitigate the problem of limited...

MCAST said that sea water solar panels would mitigate the...

[WATCH] Sickening footage shows bloodied flamingo recovered from Marsaxlokk

The bird was recovered with a bloodied wing on Tuesday night after people alerted BirdLife

The bird was recovered with a bloodied wing on Tuesday...

Risk of measles outbreak in Malta should 'concern us all', MEP Roberta Metsola warns

Taking to social media Nationalist MEP Roberta Metsola warned that the anti-vaccine movement could not be allowed to gain a foothold in Malta and Gozo 

Taking to social media Nationalist MEP Roberta Metsola...

Dead trees along Saqqajja Hill to be replaced

The remains of dead trees along the iconic hill to Rabat will be removed and...

The remains of dead trees along the iconic hill to Rabat...

EXPLAINER | Salary storm: breakdown shows no rise in ministers’ pay

Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi tried to fan controversy over a misleading news...

Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi tried to fan controversy...

Massive new fish farm zone planned off Gozo but details are withheld from public

Offshore zone will cover an area of 484 football grounds yet details of the application will not be published before consultation takes place on the...

Offshore zone will cover an area of 484 football grounds...

Gozo’s ‘fourth’ ferry boat kills waiting time, but accessibility is issue

Despite the introduction of Gozo's 'fourth' ferry boat cutting down wait time, its lack of a lift, and radically different and dated design to its...

Despite the introduction of Gozo's 'fourth'...

Tiff with minister over Malta book council’s autonomy goes public on Facebook

National Book Council chairperson Mark Camilleri claims education ministry has frozen his budgets after his disagreement with Evarist Bartolo on giving the...

National Book Council chairperson Mark Camilleri claims...

Man, grievously injured after falling off ladder at Mellieħa primary school

The man was carrying out maintenance work when he fell

The man was carrying out maintenance work when he fell

Warmer sea, more sunshine, and a high of 39.6°C in July

Temperatures soared in July as Malta experienced 12 hours of sunshine per day

Temperatures soared in July as Malta experienced 12 hours...

Seven fatalities on Malta's roads in first half of the year

One person died on Malta's roads in the first three months of 2019, while...

One person died on Malta's roads in the first three...

Malta needs living wage to allay growing number of people at risk of poverty, campaigners say

Anti-poverty campaigners said poverty statistics show COLA increase is not responding to poorest of Maltese population

Anti-poverty campaigners said poverty statistics show COLA...