Cleansing Director says there's wreckage across all of Malta
"There are 50 personnel across Malta to try and clear debris and make roads safe again," Deguara said
Delia says Muscat is guilty of engendering new poverty class
Opposition leader questioned the Prime Minister's vision of improving a middle class which has resulted in a country relying on 'containers', people living in them,...
[WATCH] PN will keep defending Maltese and Gozitan citizens, Kristy Debono says

The president of the PN's administrative council insisted that unlike the Labour Party, the PN had not thrown out its values and social conscience

The president of the PN's administrative council...

Drone sighting forces MIA runway closure

The runway was reopened shortly after an AFM helicopter carried out an extensive search of the area

The runway was reopened shortly after an AFM helicopter...

No ‘quick fix’ for treating depression, Maltese psychiatrists warn

The Malta Association of Psychiatry called on media outlets to base their news reports only on scientific fact

The Malta Association of Psychiatry called on media outlets...

Psychologists’ body takes on X Factor’s ‘ex gay’ singer: ‘no such thing as homosexual disorder’

“Homosexuality is not a pathology, mental anomaly nor psychological disorder” - Malta Chamber of Psychologists says after “ex...

“Homosexuality is not a pathology, mental anomaly nor...

[WATCH] Miriam Dalli asks public for its say on how to take Malta to the next level

The Labour MEP said she would be launching her campaign on the 8 March, calling on the public to take an active role and make their voices heard

The Labour MEP said she would be launching her campaign on...

Bank of Valletta to resume payments services outside Euro area

The bank said it was reactivating non-SEPA payment services and expects to have...

The bank said it was reactivating non-SEPA payment services...

Adrian Delia gets caught smiling with Muscat’s latest critic: Franco Debono

An old party foe walked up to Opposition leader Adrian Delia...

An old party foe walked up to Opposition leader Adrian...

Domestic violence, money-laundering police reports up last year

In the year 2018, which saw the overall rate of reported crimes decreasing by...

In the year 2018, which saw the overall rate of reported...

Minimum wage earners are becoming ‘the working poor’, PD warns

The Democratic Party said that despite the low unemployment rate,...

The Democratic Party said that despite the low unemployment...

Golden Sands timeshare loans investigated over mis-selling by UK watchdog

The UK’s financial conduct watchdog is investigating €54 million in loans made to Golden Sands timeshare buyers

The UK’s financial conduct watchdog is investigating...

Former Chief Justice Giuseppe Mifsud Bonnici passes away at 88

Former Chief Justice Giuseppe Mifsud Bonnici served as judge of the European...

Former Chief Justice Giuseppe Mifsud Bonnici served as...

Maltese government nominates three candidates for European Court of Human Rights

The government says nominees had been selected following a public call • Candidates are lawyer Victoria Buttigieg and judges Abigail Lofaro and Lorraine...

The government says nominees had been selected following a...

Adrian Delia says government chasing economic success at the expense of people’s quality of life

‘What’s the use of living Joseph Muscat’s cosmopolitan dream and us being worse off’

‘What’s the use of living Joseph Muscat’s...

Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools CEO resigns

Mario Gafa said he was leaving his post because he is feeling that ‘my...

Mario Gafa said he was leaving his post because he is...

[WATCH] Jason Azzopardi shot his own party in the foot over tuna investigation, Labour says

Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi’s publication of a 2010 investigation into the fisheries sector exposes how the PN government hid the information,...

Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi’s publication of...

Developers issue caution on foreign workers imported for large scale projects

Foreign workers brought over to work on specific large scale projects should be given appropriate accommodation and be subjected to the same rights and...

Foreign workers brought over to work on specific large...

Fenech Farrugia: I was not responsible for IAID, internal inquiry shortcomings

Suspended director of fisheries Andreina Fenech Farrugia has reacted to the release of a confidential IAID audit into the fisheries department prior to her...

Suspended director of fisheries Andreina Fenech Farrugia...

[WATCH] Cremation law to be in place by Easter, will cost less than traditional burial

Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar, who spearheaded the drawing up of the cremation Bill, said it would be down to personal choice where ashes of loved ones are kept

Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar, who spearheaded the drawing up...