85 migrants rescued by Armed Forces of Malta
The migrants are expected in Malta this morning
Thousands of votes as yet uncollected, Muscat claims
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that the government, in its inauguration of a large open space project in Ta' Qali, will use up land in the name of the environment and not...
Ombudsman asked to investigate restriction on information on planning website

A new environmental organisation has described the Planning Authority's decision to restrict information as 'a game of hide and seek' to make it...

A new environmental organisation has described the Planning...

[WATCH] Attracting Maltese to hospitality industry ‘a challenge’, Tourism Minister says

ITS in ‘milestone’ partnership with top Dubai-based hospitality academy

ITS in ‘milestone’ partnership with top...

[WATCH] Joseph Muscat’s ‘no comment’ on Labour veterans’ petition asking him to stay

Three Labour Party veterans unveiled a petition asking the Prime Minister to rethink his pledge to leave the party leadership before the next general election

Three Labour Party veterans unveiled a petition asking the...

United Nations tells Malta to reconsider ‘exaggerated’ terrorism charges against El Hiblu teens

UN High Commission for Human Rights says minors being held in high-security division after interrogation without being appointed legal guardians 

UN High Commission for Human Rights says minors being held...

‘Maltese doctors could be jailed for counselling patients on abortion. We’re scared’

Keeping abortion a criminal offence is hindering doctors from speaking freely to patients, says Dr Alexander Clayman of Doctors for Choice

Keeping abortion a criminal offence is hindering doctors...

Spot checks never found a case of overloaded buses, Transport Minister says

Transport Minister Ian Borg says that a total of €168,215 in fines were issued in 2018 for breaches by the public transport operator  

Transport Minister Ian Borg says that a total of...

[WATCH] Land reclamation scepticism justified since developers have been calling the shots for 50 years - Jose Herrera

Jose Herrera promises that as long as he is environment minister, land reclamation, if any at all, will not be used to build skyscrapers and hotels

Jose Herrera promises that as long as he is...

'Massive' afforestation project will see area behind Freeport transformed into 8,000-tree park

The area in Benghajsa was previously earmarked for a Freeport extension but will now be made into a 30,000 sq.m park

The area in Benghajsa was previously earmarked for a...

Toni Bezzina insists libel against Prime Minister only lost on a 'technicality'

The Labour Party has said that Adrian Delia's silence on the case further proved his lack of credibility and trusthworthiness

The Labour Party has said that Adrian Delia's silence...

[WATCH] AD calls for the resignation of José Herrera over land reclamation put-down

Alternattiva Demokratika appeals to the government and the Planning Authority to set a moratorium on all pending fuel station applications until a revised...

Alternattiva Demokratika appeals to the government and...

Lonely? You’re not alone: Malta study finds over-35s becoming increasingly ‘moderately lonely’

The first national study on loneliness has found that over two-thirds of people are experiencing some degree of loneliness

The first national study on loneliness has found that over...

[WATCH] No date yet for legalisation of marijuana, parliamentary secretary says

Reforms parliamentary secretary Julia Farrugia Portelli said that an educational campaign would be a fundamental part of legalising marijuana

Reforms parliamentary secretary Julia Farrugia...

Fuel stations: most pending applications may fail under new policy

Under the proposed revision of fuel station rules, most of the pending 14...

Under the proposed revision of fuel station rules, most of...

The ‘little rich men’ promise: How Muscat wins the populist game

How Muscat wins the populist game in the week defined by muted racism on...

How Muscat wins the populist game in the week defined by...

Muscat says Safe City technology a priority, will be used in willing localities

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that besides cleanliness across all localities, technology to help better the lives of Maltese citizens was a priority,...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that besides cleanliness...

165 new hunting licenses issued, over 12,000 renewed in 2018

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia said that in 2017, a further 224 new...

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia said that in 2017, a...

Ggantija more popular than Hagar Qim with 207,811 visits in 2017

October and May were the most popular months for visiting the Neolithic Temples...

October and May were the most popular months for visiting...

Cleanliness and quality of life among the main priorities in Labour’s local councils manifesto

People wanted to live in localities that were cleaner and had more open spaces, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said

People wanted to live in localities that were cleaner and...