[WATCH] Humanitarian NGOs swim out at sea with ‘right to life’ banner
NGOs stopped by Malta from rescuing refugees at sea demand right to leave
[WATCH] Updated | Split second reaction saves man from being crushed by collapsed ceiling
Man sitting outside on bench narrowly avoids being hit by large stones and other construction debris, is later taken to hospital
Balluta bay sand replenishment completed

The 20-metre long beach has now been opened to the public

The 20-metre long beach has now been opened to the public

‘My obligation remains giving the Nationalist Party back to the people’ – Delia

Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia insisted that people’s lack of faith in the Nationalist Party showed that changes were needed, now more than ever

Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia insisted that...

Autistic child denied Holy Communion certificate

Archbishop Charles Scicluna has offered to meet family angered by Burmarrad...

Archbishop Charles Scicluna has offered to meet family...

Next budget to include more income tax refunds – Muscat

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said the government’s efforts to bring more...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said the government’s...

Growing,  growing… and growing: See how Malta’s population has spiked up

Malta’s population growth over the past eight years has been impressive but it is not unprecedented.

Malta’s population growth over the past eight years...

Pilatus lambasts Efimova as ‘politically motivated Russian informant’

The bank has filed a judicial protest against the MFSA, claiming it was negligent and gullible in believing its former employee

The bank has filed a judicial protest against the MFSA,...

Illegalities in proper palm pruning threaten Malta’s beloved ‘lampuka’

Fishermen claim lack of proper enforcement and diminishing number of palm trees, threaten one of the island’s most famous fishing practices

Fishermen claim lack of proper enforcement and...

Teachers’ union objects to setting up of MCAST Ombudsman’s office, questions its autonomy

Malta Union of Teachers said any lecturers who turn to newly set up MCAST Obudsman’s office could risk disciplinary procedures, due to lack of autonomy

Malta Union of Teachers said any lecturers who turn to...

Triq tal-Balal widening project underway

The project, which will see a major road link between Naxxar, Għargħur, Iklin and San Ġwann being widened, is scheduled to be complete by the end...

The project, which will see a major road link...

[ANALYSIS] The Delia-Busuttil cohabitation still gives the PN an uncertain future

10 key points on how the forced Delia-Busuttil cohabitation spells an uncertain future for the PN and what Delia needs to do to make it better

10 key points on how the forced Delia-Busuttil cohabitation...

Should teachers teach maths in English or Maltese?

‘Scaffolding’ helps students understand maths by drawing on their...

‘Scaffolding’ helps students understand maths...

Nearly 1,400 gamblers bar themselves from casinos

The number of self-exclusion requests from casinos rose from 1,277 in 2016 to...

The number of self-exclusion requests from casinos rose...

Environment minister orders action against tuna operators after re-emergence of sea slime

Operators breaching terms of their permit will be prevented from feeding fish until they are compliant, the ministry said

Operators breaching terms of their permit will be prevented...

[WATCH] No doctor shortage at Gozo General Hospital, Chris Fearne insists

While no doctors have yet been recruited, Health Minister Chris Fearne said interviews were underway for new consultants

While no doctors have yet been recruited, Health Minister...

New €2.1 million doctor training programmes in eye care, genetic counselling

Health Minister Chris Fearne says allied health professionals need to be trained to meet the need of health service, as part of 10-year plan

Health Minister Chris Fearne says allied health...

Women’s rights groups in strong reaction to court decision to fine domestic violence offender

NGOs say court judgement “gives message that aggressor can get away with almost anything”

NGOs say court judgement “gives message that...

Egrant inquiry cost €1.3 million, possibly most expensive in history

Sources close to the court have described the Egrant inquiry as 'the most expensive ever conducted in Malta’s legal history'

Sources close to the court have described the Egrant...

Tuna ranchers to deploy booms to control fish farm slime

Four companies will set up a call centre to recieve public complaints and...

Four companies will set up a call centre to recieve public...

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