[WATCH] Online voting doubles KSU election turnout
A record number of students participated in the University Student's Council election after the online voting system was introduced for the first time • SDM won by nearly...
Wear it out: #OhMyMalta has been totally co-opted by Labour for 1 May
The earworm slogan ‘Oh My Malta’ will be sported on 1 May t-shirts to drive home the mantras of ‘surplus’, ‘equality’ and ‘best of...
[WATCH] Updated | Dutch Capital of Culture officially shuns Valletta 2018 over Jason Micallef comments

Leeuwarden-Friesland, Valletta's 2018 European Capital of Culture twin, says it won’t send any official representatives to Valletta

Leeuwarden-Friesland, Valletta's 2018 European Capital...

ElectroGas defends Delimara project over suggestions of ‘unusual’ SOCAR gas procurements

Maltese consortium supplying LNG to Delimara plant says project has been highly scrutinised by European Commission

Maltese consortium supplying LNG to Delimara plant says...

IVF Bill will take its normal parliamentary course, Chris Fearne tells President

The government pointed out that the debate on IVF had been going on for a while and that amendments to the proposed bill could be put forward after its second...

The government pointed out that the debate on IVF had been...

MGRM says Embryo Protection Act amendments will end current discrimination

The Malta LGBTIQ Rights Movement said that children born through IVF are no different than other children, and neither are their parents, irrespective of their...

The Malta LGBTIQ Rights Movement said that children born...

President reaffirms call for dialogue on bioethical issues

President tells Life Network Foundation conference that dignity of human person...

President tells Life Network Foundation conference that...

Court clears way for party financing probe into PN donations from hotel group

The Constitutional Court says the Electoral Commission can investigate as well as pass judgement on a party financing probe into donations to the PN

The Constitutional Court says the Electoral Commission can...

Erasing the right to know: Maltese courts applying restrictive interpretation of privacy rules

Removing court decisions from the Maltese public database could set a dangerous precedent without proper criteria, MATTHEW VELLA writes

Removing court decisions from the Maltese public database...

PD calls for publication of full Electrogas contract

Democratic Party asks why LNG wasn’t bought directly from Shell and price...

Democratic Party asks why LNG wasn’t bought directly...

[ANALYSIS] Will a mass meeting on 1 May exorcise Panamagate?

Popular participation in mass meetings will not exorcise the spectre of Panama,...

Popular participation in mass meetings will not exorcise...

Government defends energy deal: Gas hedging provided price stability, lower tariffs

Enemalta did not have cash to enter directly into gas hedging agreements at the time and opted to hive off that operation to any company that won the gas power...

Enemalta did not have cash to enter directly into gas...

Silence is golden for Joseph Muscat and Keith Schembri

Schembri fails to answer questions about 17 Black and the Prime Minister hides...

Schembri fails to answer questions about 17 Black and the...

Cardona calls for ‘unity’ following ‘attacks’ on Labour

Addressing the Labour Party general conference, Economy Minister Chris Cardona...

Addressing the Labour Party general conference, Economy...

Age of consent for sex officially lowered to 16

The Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence Bill, which passed through...

The Gender-Based Violence and Domestic Violence Bill,...

No reference to President's call as MPs continue to discuss IVF

The parliamentary debate on the IVF bill continued on Wednesday evening, but...

The parliamentary debate on the IVF bill continued on...

Daphne Project: Journalist had received leaked files from Electrogas

Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna was a member of a selection committee that chose...

Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna was a member of a selection...

Opposition splits on domestic violence law

Domestic violence law was approved by parliament at the last stage with eight...

Domestic violence law was approved by parliament at the...

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