Third of Nationalist Party councillors cast ballot early in Delia confidence vote
Early voting was held yesterday ahead of Saturday’s General Council where councillors will decide whether or not they want Adrian Delia to stay on till the next general...
Central Link: Which trees to mourn for (or get tied to) before the chopping
Find out which and how many trees are going to be uprooted in the Central Link Project
Onus on government to say how it will address money laundering shortcomings, Opposition says

Media reports suggest Malta failed the Moneyval test and has 12 months to adopt measures to address shortcomings in its fight against money laundering

Media reports suggest Malta failed the Moneyval test and...

Updated | Safeguards to protect children 'already in force', MUT says

The Malta Union of Teachers says that provisions are already in...

The Malta Union of Teachers...

Prehistoric aliens in Malta? Hypogeum’s trove of elongated skulls to get cutting-edge study

Fact v fiction: The elongated skulls found at the Ħal Saflieni hypogeum will be studied in an interdisciplinary collaboration between Malta and Australia

Fact v fiction: The elongated skulls found at the Ħal...

Americans told Debono to reveal Malta smuggling networks

Americans 'making life hell' for suspected fuel smuggler, who files...

Americans 'making life hell' for suspected fuel...

Muscat: 'The government didn't get any thanks for Central Link Project'

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that the Central Link Project was necessary to alleviate traffic congestion between Mriehel and Rabat and that despite the...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that the Central Link...

MaltaToday takes prestigious investigative and human story IGM press awards

Young journalists Karl Azzopardi and David Hudson clinch awards for their sterling work on French secret agents and the negative effects of social media

Young journalists Karl Azzopardi and David Hudson clinch...

PN petitioners accuse party of providing outdated councillors’ list

Activists seeking confidence vote on PN leader Adrian Delia say party has not...

Activists seeking confidence vote on PN leader Adrian Delia...

Malta credit rating upgraded for first time in 11 years by Moody’s

Malta’s credit rating has been upgraded to A2 stable by Moody’s

Malta’s credit rating has been upgraded to A2 stable...

[WATCH] Malta steps up anti-trafficking awareness with ‘Human, Like You’ campaign

Real-life stories will convey reality of human trafficking and how to spot victims in forced labour and sex slavery in Malta

Real-life stories will convey reality of human trafficking...

Finance minister sues Simon Busuttil for libel over ‘unfounded’ claims

The former PN leader said in a tweet that Malta couldn’t afford to have a Finance Minister embroiled in a money laundering investigation

The former PN leader said in a tweet that Malta...

Travel agents concerned after second charter flight is cancelled in less than a week

Young footballers who were meant to be travelling to Denmark for a tournament were sent back home after the plane that was scheduled to operate the flight...

Young footballers who were meant to be travelling to...

PA member singled out for DB conflict of interest resigns

Planning minister Ian Borg announced on Facebook that Matthew Pace, Ivan Tabone...

Planning minister Ian Borg announced on Facebook that...

Vehicle CO2 emissions rose almost 12% in seven years

CO2 emissions in 2017 reached 588.52ktons, an increase of 62.43ktons over 2010,...

CO2 emissions in 2017 reached 588.52ktons, an increase of...

Words will make them cry: ERA ‘attacks’ graffiti that dubbed it mafia

What’s wrong with being angry now? ERA takes issue with graffiti that called it ‘mafia’

What’s wrong with being angry now? ERA takes issue...

Updated | MUT issues directives to non-academic staff after negotiations on new agreement fail

The union said that a lack of appreciation of the staff’s importance was resulting in a shortage of practitioners that was affecting schools’...

The union said that a lack of appreciation of the...

79% of Maltese use social media every day

A Eurobarometer survey shows that the Maltese are only surpassed by Cypriots...

A Eurobarometer survey shows that the Maltese are only...

Difficult banks causing businesses to reconsider Malta investment, GRTU warns

GRTU meets with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to discuss what they describe as an 'unprecedented' banking situation

GRTU meets with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to discuss...

Manoel Island excavation permit approved despite pending appeal

Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar accused the Planning Authority of sending a...

Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar accused the Planning...