Lack of privacy inside detention centres, monitoring board finds
Report finds detainees using blankets to delineate their private space instead of covering themselves at night, and calls for migrants to be allowed personal mobile phones to...
Local council elections 2019: Labour’s deep south, and the PN’s uphill battle
The Labour Party draws its strength from blood-red strongholds in the south in contrast to the Nationalists’ few pockets of deep blue localities, showing the staying power...
‘Don’t manage Malta like a private company,’ UHM boss urges government

Union Haddiema Maghqudin CEO Josef Vella said Malta’s economy should stop being profit-driven and had to instead address the needs of Maltese families

Union Haddiema Maghqudin CEO Josef Vella said Malta’s...

PD blunder will see deputy leader Timothy Alden run as independent for Sliema council

Alden will be listed as an independent candidate on the ballot sheet for the Sliema local council election

Alden will be listed as an independent candidate on the...

Talk of a Second Republic ‘makes no sense’, constitutional experts insist

The Constitution should be revamped, but not completely replaced, two constitutional experts told delegates at a Workers’ Day UHM conference

The Constitution should be revamped, but not completely...

[WATCH] Adoptions from Nepal could become a reality

Social Care Standards Authority CEO Matthew Vella says that efforts...

Social Care Standards Authority CEO Matthew Vella...

Central government finances register bigger deficit in first three months

Between January and March central government finances registered a deficit of €134 million, NSO figures show

Between January and March central government finances...

Guardamangia collapse: Architects condemn poor construction regulations

The Chamber of Architects said that the rate of construction accidents in Malta is 'unacceptable'

The Chamber of Architects said that the rate of...

Westin wants to place residential areas, offices closer to the coast

The owners of the Westin Dragonara requesting a zoning permit to place office...

The owners of the Westin Dragonara requesting a zoning...

Can Malta cope with its population growth?

The 2011 census showed over 5,000 people lived in houses in which the number of...

The 2011 census showed over 5,000 people lived in houses in...

Where is the surplus going? Remember the cheque in your post – Joseph Muscat

Labour has kept its word in redressing past injustices, Labour leader tells general conference

Labour has kept its word in redressing past injustices,...

Updated | Guardamangia building collapse: Pieta council collecting funds for stricken families

Pieta Mayor Keith Tanti says initiative was spurred by residents who wanted to help the four families impacted by the building collapse • Housing...

Pieta Mayor Keith Tanti says initiative was spurred by...

Malta with seventh highest number of approved asylum applications in EU compared to population in 2018

A total of 660 asylum seekers were granted protection in Malta last year, representing a rate of 1,385 per million of the population.

A total of 660 asylum seekers were granted protection in...

Building Regulations Office received no complaints on Gwardamangia construction site, ministers say

The building contractor submitted all the necessary documentation in accordance with the law, BRO officials say

The building contractor submitted all the necessary...

Single petrol pump to be relocated to a much larger ODZ site

The Planning Authority has approved the relocation of a petrol pump in...

The Planning Authority has approved the relocation of...

Updated | New judges and magistrates can be sworn in after court rejects Repubblika's injunction

Three existing magistrates will become judges and three new candidates will be appointed magistrates • Repubblika seeks court injunction until system...

Three existing magistrates will become judges and three new...

[WATCH] Update 2 | Guardamangia building collapse: 'It’s 2019, how can this happen?'

On Guardamangia Hill, three apartments and a Transport Malta office next to a construction site were destroyed, leaving residents homeless and bewildered

On Guardamangia Hill, three apartments and a Transport...

Economy Minister calls on EU to give member states more state aid ‘leverage’

Tight EU state aid regulations put member states at an unfair disadvantage when competing with foreign jurisdictions, Chris Cardona tells industry pundits

Tight EU state aid regulations put member states at an...

Apartment block collapses in Guardamangia

A building situated next to a construction site on Guardamangia Hill has...

A building situated next to a construction site on...

Man falls off cliff at Ghajn Tuffieha

A 67-year-old man sustained serious injuries and had to be rescued by helicopter after falling off a cliff

A 67-year-old man sustained serious injuries and had to be...