Magisterial inquiry into Delia's falsified signatures claim underway
The PN leader said he had presented publicly available documents showing that his signature had been falsified
Roughly €500,000 deposited into Delia’s Jersey account linked to Soho brothel – media report
Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia, together with his lawyer Joe Giglio, yesterday presented documents allegedly showing falsified signatures on bank transfer documents to the...
[WATCH] No changes to electoral law without Opposition’s agreement, Prime Minister says

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says proposals put forward by the PN to the new vote counting system are being examined

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says proposals put forward by...

Metro Malta registered as trademark for underground transport system

Transport minister Ian Borg expected to reveal details of trademark application...

Transport minister Ian Borg expected to reveal details of...

Weather warning: Gregale wind will continue to pick up speed

The wind hitting the east coast is expected to reach Force 7 and higher in the...

The wind hitting the east coast is expected to reach Force...

One in five babies in Malta now born to non-Maltese women

22.2% of all deliveries were to non-Maltese women, compared with 8% ten years...

22.2% of all deliveries were to non-Maltese women, compared...

Girls, better than boys: A-level exam data shows who is being left behind

More girls are sitting for their matriculation certificates to gain access to university education, revealing working-class boys to be the most disadvantaged...

More girls are sitting for their matriculation certificates...

Gozo university group justifies decision to oppose the tunnel

The GUG says a survey last year found that Gozitan university students...

The GUG says a survey last year found that Gozitan...

[WATCH] PN wants manual scanning of votes to precede electronic counting

The Nationalist Party says a manual check of ballots will help reduce the problems associated with the ability of the electronic system to weed out dubious...

The Nationalist Party says a manual check of ballots will...

Over 4,000 students chose ethics over religion in 2018

Over half of these attend state schools, with the figure inceasing every year

Over half of these attend state schools, with the figure...

In two decades, two people charged with attempt to cause abortion

Since 2000 there were only two cases in which people were charged in court with...

Since 2000 there were only two cases in which people were...

Special police hubs to assist domestic violence victims planned

Four hubs around Malta and a possible mini-hub in Gozo, which will house a...

Four hubs around Malta and a possible mini-hub in Gozo,...

Ta’ Qali crafts village being regenerated through €13 million project

The project, the first phase of which is complete, aims to turn the crafts village into a centre of excellence for artisanry

The project, the first phase of which is complete, aims to...

Interfaith vigil at Paola mosque to honour New Zealand terrorist victims

The Muslim community in Malta is inviting people of all faiths to join it for a vigil in the wake of the deadly attacks on two mosques in New Zealand last week

The Muslim community in Malta is inviting people of all...

Judicial appointments committee turns down Cabinet request for magistrate’s promotion

The committee charged with examining requests by the Prime Minister for promotions to judge stopped magistrate Micallef Stafrace's promotion

The committee charged with examining requests by the Prime...

St Patrick's Day proves popular once again

The Irish feast proves perennially appealing as hundreds of people flock to the...

The Irish feast proves perennially appealing as hundreds of...

Law professor says judicial appointments were based on friends-of-friends criteria

Professor of Law at the University of Malta Kevin Aquilina said the selection of judges and magistrates was rarely if ever meritocratic over the years

Professor of Law at the University of Malta Kevin Aquilina...

Adrian Delia says Labour killed education

The leader of the opposition said that young people were the first victim of...

The leader of the opposition said that young people were...

Muscat says Malta can never be affiliated with terror

Referring to the New Zealand attacker Brenton Tarrant’s reference to...

Referring to the New Zealand attacker Brenton...

Air Malta expected to announce small profit, first in 16 years

National airline expected to announce small operational profit as result of...

National airline expected to announce small operational...