Contactless payments are COVID’s new normal in Malta
Contactless payments have been on the increase, with many customers starting to shun cash in favour of a more hygienic way of paying for goods
Former state prosecutor did not access files related to Caruana Galizia case - inquiry
Inquiry into Charles Mercieca’s switch to Yorgen Fenech defence team finds it ‘does not appear’ junior lawyer accessed files on Caruana Galizia case, nor was he...
Three new COVID-19 cases registered overnight

Three new coronavirus case found overnight, bringing the number of active...

Three new coronavirus case found overnight, bringing...

‘Exceptional outbreak’ of COVID-19 in ENT ward, investigation underway

A cluster of COVID-19 cases traced back to Mater Dei Hospital’s ENT ward is being investigated by the health authorities

A cluster of COVID-19 cases traced back to Mater Dei...

[WATCH] Abela promises no backtracking on Air Malta redundancies despite court case

A court is expected to rule on Monday over a request by Air Malta pilots to stop the company from making them redundant but Prime Minister says airline...

A court is expected to rule on Monday over a request by Air...

Sudden death of ‘incredibly smart’ Naxxar teen Francesca Vella shocks friends

Friends and family left shocked at the death of 13-year-old Francesca Vella, a top student at St. Michael School

Friends and family left shocked at the death of 13-year-old...

Remax offices vandalised with graffiti over St Julian’s Nola Café outrage

Property supremoes whose outdoor café permit raised residents’ ire have been left with an ungenerous description on their doors

Property supremoes whose outdoor café permit raised...

Malta’s bathing water is top of the European league

Major sewage treatment investment has ensured higher bathing water quality

Major sewage treatment investment has ensured higher...

Far-rightists had no police permit for Black Lives Matter counter-protest

Protestors who rallied against illegal immigration staged an illegal protest

Protestors who rallied against illegal immigration staged...

PN withdraws from police chief grilling process

Nationalist Party says it won’t be participating in the parliamentary...

Nationalist Party says it won’t be participating in...

Konrad Mizzi returns to Malta after months-long absence

Former tourism minister returns to Malta from UK after months of having been...

Former tourism minister returns to Malta from UK after...

HPV most common sexual disease, sharp rise in GU clinic visits

Number of visits to GU clinic rose from 4,504 in 2015 to 7,469 in 2019, with...

Number of visits to GU clinic rose from 4,504 in 2015 to...

Government targets 200,000 flu shots this year

Government intends to buy up to 200,000 flu vaccines this year as it tries to...

Government intends to buy up to 200,000 flu vaccines this...

[WATCH] Repubblika demand Home Affairs minister's resignation

NGOs Repubblika and Occupy Justice protest outside Home Affairs ministry in...

NGOs Repubblika and Occupy Justice protest outside Home...

[WATCH] €100 vouchers are ‘intravenous injection’ for the economy, Scicluna says

Scicluna and Fearne say recovery plan injects confidence and cash into the economy

Scicluna and Fearne say recovery plan injects confidence...

Turkish construction workers at Fortina site on strike

Construction workers still insisting they have not been paid all wages and are...

Construction workers still insisting they have not been...

Two new cases of COVID-19, one recovery

There are currently 26 active cases of coronavirus in Malta with two new cases being discovered overnight

There are currently 26 active cases of coronavirus in Malta...

Government confirms Marlene Bonnici has been shifted back to Brussels ambassador

Musical chairs see former permanent representative to the EU, Daniel Azzopardi nominated to become Malta’s ambassador to Spain instead of Vanni Xuereb,...

Musical chairs see former permanent representative to the...

PM’s aide breached ethics with ‘we know who you are’ Facebook post

Former Labour candidate Josef Caruana breached public service code of ethics by publishing ID card numbers of academics petitioning for resignation of Joseph...

Former Labour candidate Josef Caruana breached public...

Parents unable to make informed decisions about summer schools

Despite announcement that SkolaSajf would be opening 1 July, parents have...

Despite announcement that SkolaSajf would be opening 1...