Hal Far racetrack to be completed by early 2024
National motorsports centre’s quarter-mile strip will near completion by April 2023
[WATCH] PN to initiate legal challenge over utility bills overcharge
In a recent judgment in a case filed by two consumers, the judge declared that the method used by utilities billing company ARMS to bill consumers for their electricity...
Inquiry launched into anonymous threats Magistrate Nadine Lia received by mail

Magistrate Nadine Lia, the daughter-in-law of Joseph Muscat's lawyer, has refused to recuse herself from challenge proceedings by NGO Repubblika over the...

Magistrate Nadine Lia, the daughter-in-law of Joseph...

Geologists and developers join hands to call for creation of state geological agency

The Malta Chamber of Geologists and the Malta Developers Association are calling for state-warranting of geologists in a joint position paper that recognises...

The Malta Chamber of Geologists and the Malta Developers...

EU wants Malta to introduce ‘fiscal mechanisms’ to curb landfilling

The suggestion comes in view of Malta's dismall track record on its landfill rate

The suggestion comes in view of Malta's dismall track...

Robert Abela applies to rebuild Żejtun ODZ villa

The plans foresee the construction of a replacement villa with a basement...

The plans foresee the construction of a replacement villa...

Curia urges politicians to ‘prioritise lives’ after four-year-old girl dies in Malta’s search and rescue zone

Loujin, the four-year-old girl, was one of 62 people who spent days in distress drifting in Malta’s search and rescue zone near Crete

Loujin, the four-year-old girl, was one of 62 people who...

Summer power cuts reduced by 34% over previous year, Enemalta says

A record day-peak electricity demand of 581 megawatts was recorded on 7 July...

A record day-peak electricity demand of 581 megawatts was...

Above average temperatures recorded during summer months

Temperature during summer peaked at 39°C

Temperature during summer peaked at 39°C

Ombudsman appoints commissioners but his own replacement remains a bone of political contention

Ombudsman Anthony Mifsud confirms second terms for planning and education commissioners, appoints new health commissioner

Ombudsman Anthony Mifsud confirms second terms for planning...

One in five people are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, NSO figures reveal

There are over 85,000 people in Malta and Gozo who earn less than €10,222 a year, placing them at a statistical risk of poverty

There are over 85,000 people in Malta and Gozo who earn...

PN launches political formation programme, STEP

STEP – Systematic Training for Effective Politics is targeting...

STEP – Systematic Training for Effective Politics is...

Economist warns Malta might need to revise growth forecasts after ECB raised interest rates

The European Central Bank wants to keep spending at bay, but Malta’s high economic growth rates for the coming years depends on high spending by...

The European Central Bank wants to keep spending at bay,...

Government may ‘buy out’ expensive clause that sees Air Malta pilots receiving salary after leaving

Air Malta is forking out thousands in payments to pilots who retire in line with a collective agreement clause that government may ‘buy out’

Air Malta is forking out thousands in payments to pilots...

€3 million aid scheme targeted at local farmers hit by high fertiliser prices

Around 6,000 farmers across Malta and Gozo are eligible for the scheme

Around 6,000 farmers across Malta and Gozo are eligible for...

Keith Schembri uses food business to sponsor Bormla regatta club

Former OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri has posed in a rare photo holding the...

Former OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri has posed in a...

[WATCH] Private sector will be allowed to set up electric vehicle charging pillars

New government policy will open up the market for electric vehicle charging pillars to private operators who wish to invest in this sector

New government policy will open up the market for electric...

Mediterraneo: Dolphin deaths were not ‘pure accident’, animal welfare commissioner says

An investigation by the Office of the Commissioner for Animal Welfare found that the Veterinary Regulations Directorate should have responded with more...

An investigation by the Office of the Commissioner for...

Government energy subsidies costing a conservative €400 million

Maltese households saving €1,700 yearly, energy minister says

Maltese households saving €1,700 yearly, energy...

Malta's Archbishop to hold mass for Queen Elizabeth II next Thursday

The De Requiem mass will be celebrated in honour of the Queen at St John's...

The De Requiem mass will be celebrated in honour of the...