Malta election cost €8.5 million
Exercising the right to vote in the March general election cost €8.5 million, including €1.9 million to subsidise Air Malta flights for overseas voters
18 ministers breached ethics with Labour Party media supplement
A supplement in the newspaper KullĦadd was filled with government-financed adverts promoting the work done by various ministers
Valletta should not become another nightclub destination, MHRA says

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association is disappointed that government...

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association is...

IGM expects Attorney General to shoulder responsibility for bribery case bungle

The Institute of Maltese Journalists says Attorney General must shoulder responsibility 'mistake' that helped acquit two lawyers from charges they...

The Institute of Maltese Journalists says Attorney...

Maltese developer Joseph Portelli confirms interest in buying Montenegrin island

Joseph Portelli confirms his interest in purchasing an island in Montenegro that is currently owned by Russian group Metropol

Joseph Portelli confirms his interest in purchasing an...

New permanent secretary appointed to finance ministry

Paul Zahra will be replacing Alfred Camilleri as permanent secretary in the...

Paul Zahra will be replacing Alfred Camilleri as permanent...

135 doctors sign judicial protest to strike down abortion ban

Doctors want to remove an article from the Criminal Code that subjects them to...

Doctors want to remove an article from the Criminal Code...

Graduate lawyers told to declare ‘mental health problems’

Ministry at loggerheads with lawyers’ committee on warranting process...

Ministry at loggerheads with lawyers’ committee on...

Used car scam: JEVIC working with regulators to ‘minimise fraud’

Japanese inspectors call out serious odometer fraud • JEVIC working with...

Japanese inspectors call out serious odometer fraud •...

Repubblika express concern over high-profile police inspector’s resignation

Reports revealed on Sunday that police inspector Anthony Scerri, who has been tasked with working several high-profile corruption cases in Malta, has resigned

Reports revealed on Sunday that police inspector Anthony...

Prudente case: the silence of Malta’s women MPs is deafening

Women MPs in Malta are refusing to engage with the medico-legal consequences of...

Women MPs in Malta are refusing to engage with the...

Court overturns cancellation of Portelli €55m Ras Ħanżir tender

Developer Joseph Portelli’s tender for Ras Ħanżir cargo facility back...

Developer Joseph Portelli’s tender for Ras Ħanżir...

ERA to increase surveillance on Comino

After Graffitti action, ERA increases Comino monitoring

After Graffitti action, ERA increases Comino monitoring

Maltese workers work 10 hours of overtime a week

Malta, Austria, Ireland, Portugal and UK report highest average hours of...

Malta, Austria, Ireland, Portugal and UK report highest...

Med students say Prudente suffered unnecessary risk due to Maltese abortion law

Malta Medical Students' Association said it was neutral on abortion but will always stand against any disregard for the patient’s safety

Malta Medical Students' Association said it was neutral...

Minimum wage, pensions and social benefits not guaranteeing a decent living - ADPD

The Green Party says that the current crisis could also serve as an opportunity to improve the environmental situation of the country

The Green Party says that the current crisis could also...

Adrian Delia to be father again (number six!) as Cynthia Galea announces pregnancy

Former PN leader Adrian Delia and partner Cynthia Galea announce pregnancy

Former PN leader Adrian Delia and partner Cynthia Galea...

‘We must address the sustainability of sanctions’, PM tells European leaders

Prime Minister Robert Abela attended several meetings, including a European Council summit, while in Brussels this week

Prime Minister Robert Abela attended several meetings,...

After cannabis legalisation, Caritas director warns society is prioritising wants over needs

Caritas director Anthony Gatt was speaking during the agency’s annual graduation, which has seen 12 individuals successfully completing the a drug rehab...

Caritas director Anthony Gatt was speaking during the...

After Maltese doctors' refusal, Andrea Prudente's pregnancy medically terminated in Spain

After being denied abortion in Malta despite have an unviable pregnancy, Prudente was treated in Spain and is now 'safe, resting and receiving care'

After being denied abortion in Malta despite have an...