Gozo Business Chamber hails ‘historic’ bipartisan backing of tunnel project
Chamber says time has now come to plan Gozo’s future within the context of the tunnel’s opportunities
Transport Malta in drive to expand aviation register by 85 aircraft by end 2019
315 planes are registered in Malta's aviation registry, twice the figure for 2012, with Transport Malta aiming to raise the figure to 400 by the end of this year
[WATCH] Seven road projects will benefit economy to the tune of €1.2 billion, study finds

For every €1 invested in these seven road projects, the country will be getting back €7 in economic benefits and cost savings

For every €1 invested in these seven road projects,...

Malta refuses Alan Kurdi crew permission to disembark on island

Maltese government gives rescue charity short shrift after saving 64 lives at...

Maltese government gives rescue charity short shrift after...

Defence attacks police intelligence on Malta fuel smuggling bust

Lawyers for Maxcom Bunker, an Italian company run by one of the accused, have...

Lawyers for Maxcom Bunker, an Italian company run by one of...

Updated | Two dead, seven injured, including children, in Mġarr car crash

Mater Dei Hospital declares major incident and asks people not to go to emergency unless necessary after head-on collision leaves two dead and...

Mater Dei Hospital declares major incident and asks people...

The Times’s editors should publish their advertising blacklist for our benefit

The Times thinks newspapers should refuse advertising from the people the PN loves to hate 

The Times thinks newspapers should refuse advertising from...

Labour government wants to strip Malta of its Catholic faith, Adrian Delia claims

The Nationalist Party leader said the party would not allow the government take away Malta’s faith, values and morals

The Nationalist Party leader said the party would not allow...

Repubblika asks court to block judicial appointments

The NGO filed a judicial protest demanding a freezing of all judicial...

The NGO filed a judicial protest demanding a freezing of...

Muscat calls out hypocrisy of pro-lifers who are unable to show compassion towards migrants

In the case of the Alan Kurdi, Muscat said that Malta had once again opted for dialogue and persuasion rather than closing its ports and taking the easy way...

In the case of the Alan Kurdi, Muscat said that Malta had...

[LIVE] Palm Sunday celebration opens Holy Week for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Scicluna is celebrating Mass at St John’s Co-Cathedral...

Archbishop Charles Scicluna is celebrating Mass at St...

Fenech meeting hastens PN meltdown as blame game widens rift

Civil war inside the PN: MPs and party officials accuse each other of...

Civil war inside the PN: MPs and party officials accuse...

Updated | 23-year-old woman dies in road accident

A woman who was riding pillion on a motorcycle lost her life after being...

A woman who was riding pillion on a motorcycle lost...

No transparency from PL-PN monopoly without financing reforms – Godfrey Farrugia

PD leader Godfrey Farrugia says major parties are funded by wealthy entities and lobbies to influence party legislation and political stands

PD leader Godfrey Farrugia says major parties are funded by...

Health Directorate warns of illegal substances in nutrition product

Illegal drugs were found in the muscle-building capsules

Illegal drugs were found in the muscle-building capsules

Malta’s road-widening works claim a Ferrari’s life

It is not just virgin land that Malta’s road-widening works are gobbling...

It is not just virgin land that Malta’s road-widening...

Elected MEPs need to safeguard Maltese interests, Business Bureau tells Muscat

The Malta Business Bureau insisted with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat that it was important to persuade EU legislators of the importance of small economies like...

The Malta Business Bureau insisted with Prime Minister...

Government willing to discuss 5G technology in parliament's health committee

Earlier on Friday, the Democratic Party called for the setting up of a special committee within the Environment and Resources Authority as well as a discussion...

Earlier on Friday, the Democratic Party called for the...

NGOs urge government to end Alan Kurdi standoff

The group of 28 non-governmental organisations urged the government to...

The group of 28 non-governmental organisations urged the...

Insurers, a judge and a minister call for random breathalyser tests to curb drink driving

As things stand police can only administer a test if they have a reasonable suspicion that a driver is over the legal alcohol limit

As things stand police can only administer a test if they...