Coronavirus: No school for two weeks for kids and teachers who travelled to Italy and Asia
Education ministry tells schools that staff and students who visited countries hit by the coronavirus flu in their mid-term holidays must stay at home
At 100 years, is Labour in labour once again? Five key questions answered
Where is Labour heading over key issues which shape the party’s reformist identity? We asked Daniel José Micallef, Desiree Attard, and Maria Brown
Neville Gafà reveals controversial secret migration pact with Libya

Malta actively engaged with Libya to prevent hundreds of asylum seekers and...

Malta actively engaged with Libya to prevent hundreds of...

Delia offers bipartisan support to stop Steward hospitals concession contract

Opposition Leader Adrian Delia says the PN was ready to work alongside government if it commits to bringing down the multi-million hospitals privatisation...

Opposition Leader Adrian Delia says the PN was ready to...

Archbishop’s carnival taunters take up Bvlgari suggestion, but flip him the bird

The designers of the carnival float sending up Archbishop Charles Scicluna, have added a Bvlgari watch to his effigy

The designers of the carnival float sending up Archbishop...

Treasury Department attempting to recuperate €1.5 million in double payments to suppliers

In the process of switching to accrual accounting, the Treasury Department encountered errors, such as paying suppliers twice for the same service

In the process of switching to accrual accounting, the...

Environmental regulator terminates contract of its CEO

Louise Spiteri has been replaced by Acting CEO Michelle Piccinino after her...

Louise Spiteri has been replaced by Acting CEO Michelle...

Malta risks ‘very serious’ grey-listing by Financial Action Task Force

MFSA strategy chief officer Chris Buttigieg warns Malta risks being placed on Financial Action Task Force's money laundering grey list, a 'very...

MFSA strategy chief officer Chris Buttigieg warns Malta...

[WATCH] Delia won’t punish ‘disloyal’ MPs in imminent PN shadow cabinet reshuffle

PN leader Adrian Delia says he will be looking at MPs' abilities and work ethic - and not necessarily loyalty to him - as he moves to reshuffle the shadow...

PN leader Adrian Delia says he will be looking at MPs'...

FIAU reports must be followed by prosecutions, former boss says

Stakeholders urge swift implementation of Moneyval report for Malta’s...

Stakeholders urge swift implementation of Moneyval report...

Gozo Business Chamber insists tunnel is best permanent link option

In reaction to Malta Chamber proposal for government to reconsider Gozo tunnel,...

In reaction to Malta Chamber proposal for government to...

Vitals accounts revealed ‘material weakness’ and losses in first year of operation

Unknown company granted 30-year-concession to run hospitals paid directors €1 million in fees

Unknown company granted 30-year-concession to run hospitals...

Milky Way only visible from 13% of Malta

The Milky Way is only visible in 12.8% of the entire surface area of the Maltese island, a study on light pollution based on scientific measurements shows

The Milky Way is only visible in 12.8% of the entire...

Steward Health Care files development application for St Luke’s Hospital

Steward Health Care says the redevelopment of St Luke's Hospital will see the ‘full revival’ of the building, with an upgrade in...

Steward Health Care says the redevelopment of St...

‘My Libya visits helped avert a national crisis,’ Neville Gafa insists

Neville Gafa says his visits to Libya between July 2018 and January 2020 were intended to coordinate rescue efforts by the Libyan coastguard of migrants...

Neville Gafa says his visits to Libya between July 2018 and...

Repubblika call for public inquiry into state of police force

The civil society NGO says that the abuse is a symptom of a much larger...

The civil society NGO says that the abuse is a symptom...

[ANALYSIS] Abela’s tightrope walk between continuity and change

Robert Abela threads carefully between continuity and change when addressing...

Robert Abela threads carefully between continuity and...

Neville Gafa claims credit for migrant interceptions by Libyan coastguard

Former OPM official Neville Gafa says he would coordinate with the Libyan coastguard to have people on boats rescued: ‘Malta was spared thousands of...

Former OPM official Neville Gafa says he would coordinate...

January was fifth driest since 1923

January recorded just 5.8 mm of rain, falling short of the monthly average of 92.9 mm

January recorded just 5.8 mm of rain, falling short of the...

Police called in after students admitted to hospital for taking sleeping pills

Gozo secondary school students said they took sleeping pills, police called in for investigation

Gozo secondary school students said they took sleeping...