No property market 'bubble' in sight, sector pundits say
Property market experts agree more government help needed for those who can’t afford to buy or rent property
Gozo hospital worker will contradict helicopter inquiry findings under oath
Nationalist MP Chris Said has been approached by an emergency worker at Gozo Hospital, informing him that the helicopter was not available when doctors decided to transfer a...
Valletta celebrates gay pride as activists hope for greater understanding

Social movements, education and public support, still need to be tackled from an LGBT point of view, says MGRM president

Social movements, education and public support, still need...

Journalists’ institute calls for investigation over harassment at Caruana Galizia memorial

Occupy Justice’s banner removed by Cleansing Department

Occupy Justice’s banner removed by Cleansing...

Mayor uses casting vote to break deadlock over Mosta award for Daphne Caruana Galizia

Mosta council stop from using secret ballot to award the assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia the Gieh il-Mosta honour

Mosta council stop from using secret ballot to award the...

PN approves first group of candidates to contest MEP election

Four new names make the list of first seven candidates approved by PN to...

Four new names make the list of first seven candidates...

Former PN parliamentary secretary George Hyzler is new standards commissioner

New parliamentary standards commissioner is George Hyzler, president of the Chamber of Advocates and former PN junior minister

New parliamentary standards commissioner is George Hyzler,...

Don’t blame the police, says Graffitti: ‘It’s the PA’s servility that is offensive’

Graffitti and KEA say the focus should stay on the PA’s servility to big business and offensive fuel station policy

Graffitti and KEA say the focus should stay on the...

Muscat’s comments on police heavy-handedness in PA protest ‘harms morale’ say police

Malta Police Association voices disappointment at Joseph Muscat's comments on how the police handled protestors at the Planning Authority

Malta Police Association voices disappointment...

EU’s rule of law delegation back in Malta next week for follow-up mission

Delegation from the European Parliament, including PN MEP Roberta Metsola, will be visiting Malta and Slovakia to assess the rule of law, corruption and...

Delegation from the European Parliament, including PN MEP...

Sports, schools and workplaces are next frontier for LGBTIQ strategy

Malta will be exporting its LGBTIQ civil rights strategy to countries in Asia...

Malta will be exporting its LGBTIQ civil rights strategy to...

Prime Minister critical of police ‘heavy-handedness’ during environmental protest

Joseph Muscat has expressed disappointment at the way certain police officers handled activists who held a noisy protest at the Planning Authority on...

Joseph Muscat has expressed disappointment at the way...

Malta has highest increase in children in childcare across EU

Since 2011 the percentage of Maltese under-3s in childcare shot up from just...

Since 2011 the percentage of Maltese under-3s in childcare...

Updated | Police solidarity march ‘not linked to any individual case’, unions insist

Both police unions have said that the solidarity march had nothing to do with the case of police officer Simon Schembri

Both police unions have said that the solidarity march had...

Tajani speechwriter Peter Agius announces candidature for PN MEP

Former Malta head of European Parliament office now spokesperson for Antonio...

Former Malta head of European Parliament office now...

[WATCH] Heavy police presence in Marsa-Hamrun to be more permanent

Beefing up police presence in Marsa is not an act of racism, the Prime Minister...

Beefing up police presence in Marsa is not an act of...

[WATCH] Egrant inquiry release will have to wait for Adrian Delia’s court case, Prime Minister says

Joseph Muscat cites rule of law and says he will wait for outcome of court case initiated by Opposition leader Adrian Delia before publishing full Egrant...

Joseph Muscat cites rule of law and says he will wait for...

Daniel Holmes, Welshman sentenced to 10 years for cannabis trafficking, released from jail

Daniel Holmes, cause célèbre for the legalisation movement when he was sentenced to 10 years on trafficking cannabis charges, has been...

Daniel Holmes, cause célèbre for the...

Five reasons Adrian Delia’s tough migration talk can turn toxic on him

Polls suggesting migration could be Joseph Muscat’s Achilles’ heel increase Adrian Delia’s temptation to weaponise the issue to save his skin...

Polls suggesting migration could be Joseph Muscat’s...

Italian Prime Minister wrong about facts of Dicotti case, Maltese goverment says

It said ‘the Italian government clearly bears full responsibility for disembarkation’ of the 171 that were rescued by the Italian coast guard last...

It said ‘the Italian government clearly bears full...

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