Miriam Dalli hits back at claims by MEPs investigating rule of law
In a Facebook post, MEP Miriam Dalli slammed comments made by MEPs Ana Gomes and Sven Giegold during a follow-up meeting with Government and Opposition on Friday
[WATCH] MEPs claim Caruana Galizia investigation ‘has stalled’ with arrests of killers
MEPs meet PL, PN and PD MPs in follow up visit to last year's European Parliament ad-hoc delegation Malta
Michael Falzon asks if social housing entitlement should end if household situation improves

Social Solidarity Minister says social housing system needs to be re-evaluated, as Parliament discusses the Housing Authority

Social Solidarity Minister says social housing system needs...

Information campaign for Maltese in the UK planned, as Brexit draws closer

Foreign Affairs Minister does not foresee Maltese citizens having problems once UK leaves EU

Foreign Affairs Minister does not foresee Maltese citizens...

Equality watchdog to get greater powers

The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality will see its remit strengthened and will become a Human Rights and Equality Commission, Equality Minister...

The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality will...

European Commission says Malta could lose €179 million in EU funds

The country’s economic boom could see it net almost €179 million...

The country’s economic boom could see it net almost...

Facebook trio who mocked injured police officer granted bail

The three youths were last week denied bail by magistrate Joe Mifsud who said...

The three youths were last week denied bail by magistrate...

[WATCH] New government bonds for those 62 and over

People born in 1956 can apply for government bonds with a minimum investment of...

People born in 1956 can apply for government bonds with a...

Government getting tough on litter louts

Littering, dumping and taking out the wrong garbage on the wrong day will attract harsher fines, according to new rules released for public consultation

Littering, dumping and taking out the wrong garbage on the...

Nationalist Party asks regulator to investigate ARMS billing system

Deputy leader David Agius urged the regulator to decide whether an...

Deputy leader David Agius urged the regulator to decide...

Delia settles €81,000 tax bill with sale of shares and Siggiewi property

Opposition leader sells Aequitas shares and rescinds on €88,000 promise-of-sale agreement to pay off overdue tax bill

Opposition leader sells Aequitas shares and rescinds on...

Casa spearheads EU proposal for 10 days paternity leave

MEP David Casa is currently working on a new EU work-life balance...

MEP David Casa is currently working on a new...

Malta firms accused of ‘currency smuggling’ by Libyan Audit Bureau

The LAB said 44 Libyan companies and 24 foreign companies could be involved in “money smuggling” using letters of credit, and accused them of...

The LAB said 44 Libyan companies and 24 foreign companies...

Updated | Elections in Libya by end of year, Muscat tweets

The peace conference was convened by French President Emmanuel Macron in an...

The peace conference was convened by French President...

Facebook warriors turn guns on wrong man

Facebook frenzy over Simon Schembri police hit-and-run turns social media users into judge, jury and executioners of wrong Liam Debono

Facebook frenzy over Simon Schembri police hit-and-run...

Health and safety watchdog badly short of staff and funding, Nationalist MPs say

OHSA employees commended for the work they do with limited resources, as Parliament discusses the health and safety authority’s current state • Only...

OHSA employees commended for the work they do with limited...

Developers express glee at major road infrastructure projects

The Malta Developers Association has welcomed government plans for major road...

The Malta Developers Association has welcomed government...

Maria Efimova alleges Pilatus Bank owner behind threats she received

Maria Efimova, the Pilatus Bank whistleblower, claims that just hours after her...

Maria Efimova, the Pilatus Bank whistleblower, claims that...

Muscat’s decade: How Eddie’s Nationalists ended up shouting  ‘Joseph! Joseph!’

A new book commemorating Joseph Muscat’s 10 years at Labour’s helm outlines the change he brought to his party, the country and the political...

A new book commemorating Joseph Muscat’s 10 years at...

The watershed moment when Malta voted to introduce divorce

The divorce referendum held seven years ago to the day was a watershed...

The divorce referendum held seven years ago to the...

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