[WATCH] Second tenant comes forward with evidence of threats by abusive landlord
A second tenant has come forward with evidence of threats by a landlord who was reported to the authorities by union Solidarjetà last week
Rising heat spreading mosquito-borne diseases across Europe
Data collected by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control has revealed a continuing upward trend within the European Union of a number of cases of dengue,...
Technoline was fraudulently acquired using concession funds, court hears

Prosecutors have claimed that Technoline Ltd, which was granted an exclusive procurement contract by Vitals Global Healthcare, had been fraudulently acquired...

Prosecutors have claimed that Technoline Ltd, which was...

Serious traffic accident in Ċirkewwa injures motorcyclist

Motorcycle crash causes standstill traffic in Ċirkewwa

Motorcycle crash causes standstill traffic in Ċirkewwa

Israeli ambassador to Malta meets with Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee

During their meeting, Boker expressed satisfaction at the fact that Malta’s relationship with Israel remains very good, noting that the two countries can...

During their meeting, Boker expressed satisfaction at the...

Gozo minister promises action on Rabat square ‘takeover’

Minister Clint Camilleri says solution is needed after NGOs and cultural...

Minister Clint Camilleri says solution is needed after NGOs...

Government set to nominate Zammit Lewis for judge at the EU’s General Court

Former justice minister Edward Zammit Lewis is expected to be Malta’s nominee for the General Court of the EU to replace Ramona Frendo who will serve at...

Former justice minister Edward Zammit Lewis is expected to...

PN MPs blast €20,000 spend on ‘piece of zinc’ bus shelter

Taking to Facebook, Mark Anthony Sammut and Adrian Delia criticised the sum for...

Taking to Facebook, Mark Anthony Sammut and Adrian Delia...

Malta to face excessive deficit procedure, Brussels wants energy support phased out by winter

Malta’s deficit remains significantly higher than the 3% target, leading the European Commission to recommend the opening of an excessive deficit...

Malta’s deficit remains significantly higher than the...

Former Labour MEP Cyrus Engerer fronts Kollettiv petition for electoral reform

Civil society group Il-Kollettiv launches electoral reform campaign: ‘Democracies are only strong when they represent the smaller voices’

Civil society group Il-Kollettiv launches electoral reform...

Electricity from solar panels increased by 7% in 2023 as PV installations hit 34,000 mark

The National Statistics Office says grid-connected PVs generated 309.3GWh last year as public sector lags behind the domestic and commercial sectors

The National Statistics Office says grid-connected PVs...

Repubblika blasts ministers' reluctance to answer parliamentary questions

Just yesterday, infrastructure minister Chris Bonett could not respond to questions related to infrastructure works across the country, as PN MP Joe Giglio...

Just yesterday, infrastructure minister Chris Bonett could...

[WATCH] Tenant twice denied police report after landlord's illegal entry and threats

Video footage shows the landlord making several attempts to try to illegally evict the tenant while also threating him with ‘slitting his throat and...

Video footage shows the landlord making several attempts to...

PN’s gains: Stepping stone or red flag?

The PN has emerged from local and MEP elections stronger and more united. But...

The PN has emerged from local and MEP elections stronger...

Ian Borg says Malta will recognise Palestinian state, but does not give timeline

Foreign minister tells parliament Malta still intends on recognising State of Palestine, despite other countries making more progress on the matter

Foreign minister tells parliament Malta still intends...

Enemalta says maintenance work on Malta-Sicily interconnector ‘successfully completed’

During testing operations at 6:08pm on Sunday evening, a number of distribution feeders tripped, subsequently causing a trip in a number of machines at the...

During testing operations at 6:08pm on Sunday evening, a...

Thousands waiting for MCAST results as Ombudsman calls for dialogue over union dispute

 Some 8,000 students are believed to have been affected in one way or another from an industrial dispute between MCAST and the MUT

 Some 8,000 students are believed to have been...

Birżebbuġa's St George Bay now safe for swimmers

Earlier this month, it was announced announced that a baby nappy wrapped...

Earlier this month, it was announced announced that a...

Miriam Dalli: PN’s ‘scaremongering campaign’ on power cuts must stop

Nationalist MP Darren Carabott says power outage ‘a clear example’ of how government failed country in energy sector

Nationalist MP Darren Carabott says power outage ‘a...

Hope under Cassola’s big tent

After winning the support of 13,000 voters, Arnold Cassola has embarked on the creation of a new ‘big tent’ party for middle-of-the-road and...

After winning the support of 13,000 voters, Arnold Cassola...