Curia to host almost 600 lonely people for Christmas Day lunch
The Archbishop’s Curia in Floriana will transform into a big restaurant on Christmas Day to host almost 600 lonely people for lunch after two-year hiatus because of COVID
Girl, 11, sexually assaulted at school by two boys
Two 12-year-old boys have been suspended indefinitely from school after groping an 11-year-old girl • Police report filed and education authorities launch internal inquiry
Church survey finds 80% agree with abortion when ‘woman’s life is in danger’

Misco poll commissioned by Matese archdiocese finds 21% agree with abortion ‘irrespective of whether mother’s health or life is at risk’

Misco poll commissioned by Matese archdiocese finds 21%...

Cuschieri still bruised over Abela decision to stop One Radio broadcast

Labour activist Manuel Cuschieri says Castille aides pushed Robert Abela into decision to stop One Radio broadcast

Labour activist Manuel Cuschieri says Castille aides pushed...

Government unaware of market value of land and property it owns

NAO audit finds government is not aware of the market value of all the land and...

NAO audit finds government is not aware of the market value...

Gozo Channel to suspend ferry service for three hours on Christmas, New Year’s Day

The Gozo Channel will suspend the ferry service between Malta and Gozo on Christmas and New Year’s Day between noon and 3:00pm

The Gozo Channel will suspend the ferry service between...

No help for self-employed couriers ‘laid off’ by Bolt as workers left scrambling

Food delivery and taxi app Bolt will not be offering any help or compensation to self-employed couriers after the company decided to only accept courier...

Food delivery and taxi app Bolt will not be offering any...

Book casts new light on St Julian’s threatened modernist building

Plans for the demolition of the iconic Palazzina Vincenti on the St...

Plans for the demolition of the iconic Palazzina Vincenti...

EU countries reach deal on gas price cap

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli says the agreement is important for gas-reliant Malta

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli says the agreement is...

MFSA identifies licensed shareholders who are undergoing criminal proceedings

Individuals identified during routine inspections

Individuals identified during routine inspections

Migrant rescue NGO says Malta urged merchant ships to ignore distress at sea

Emails sent by the Maltese Rescue Coordination Centre show them telling merchant ships that any interception would be considered 'an interception on high...

Emails sent by the Maltese Rescue Coordination Centre show...

‘Whore’ and ‘freak of nature’: MPs receive threatening letters over abortion amendment

Parliamentary secretary Rebecca Buttigieg and MP Randolph De Battista received the letters when parliament was in session • Both letters contain...

Parliamentary secretary Rebecca Buttigieg and MP Randolph...

Pro-choice organisations: Misogyny by certain politicians during abortion amendment ‘disgraceful’

Pro-choice organisations say voting for the Bill ‘with no tweaks’ is the very minimum parliamentarians can do for women in this country

Pro-choice organisations say voting for the Bill...

Updated | Abortion amendment heads to committee stage as parliament votes in favour

All Nationalist MPs voted against the bill, but the Labour Party’s majority means the bill was passed with 42 votes to 34 • Two Labour MPs receive...

All Nationalist MPs voted against the bill, but the Labour...

Ensure suitable land valuation methods are included in agricultural leases, organisations tell PM

Eleven agricultural and environmental organisations are calling on the Prime Minister to ensure suitable agricultural land valuation methods are integrated...

Eleven agricultural and environmental organisations are...

Government should withdraw abortion amendment, Bernard Grech says

The Opposition leader says Prime Minister Robert Abela is ignoring...

The Opposition leader says Prime Minister Robert Abela is...

Malta police stop Prince Harry’s pal and group of 14 from suspicious Libya flight

Ex-military operatives believed to be led by Prince Harry’s buddy are stopped by Malta police before private jet flight to Libya

Ex-military operatives believed to be led by Prince...

‘We are ready to stop the factory ourselves’ - Birżebbuġa residents protest over tuna plant stench

Residents and workers around Birżebbuġa have been complaining of a stench and sewage leaks coming from the plant

Residents and workers around Birżebbuġa have been...

‘Residents enduring sewage effluent due to carelessness’: ADPD joins Birżebbuġa tuna plant protest

The Greens joined the residents in protest against the stench coming from the tuna recycling plant

The Greens joined the residents in protest against the...

'Employing unqualified social workers potentially harmful', says University Department

The Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the University of Malta says it recognises the 'acute' shortage of workers but is concerned about...

The Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the...