Theft down and coronavirus may have played a role
Theft in the first four months has declined and the patterns suggest the coronavirus crisis may have played a role in this
[WATCH] Malta will not become crisis centre for migrants, foreign minister tells EU
Three weeks since Malta started hosting migrants on ships outside territorial waters, Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo calls on EU members to show solidarity, insisting the...
Alternative sites proposed by farmers for waste facilities can’t be used - Wasteserv

Wasteserv warns that delaying new treatment plants at Magħtab will necessitate the take-up of more agricultural land to extend the landfill

Wasteserv warns that delaying new treatment plants at...

11 new cases of COVID-19, 4 recoveries

Public health authorities carry out 1,519 swab tests overnight, registering 11 new cases of coronavirus

Public health authorities carry out 1,519 swab tests...

Ever heard of outdoor cinemas? You can do it in COVID times, it seems

All the conditions imposed on drive-in and outdoor cinemas and theatres

All the conditions imposed on drive-in and outdoor cinemas...

COVID-19: The new reality of eating out or staying at hotels

All the conditions imposed on eateries and hotels after COVID-19 restrictions...

All the conditions imposed on eateries and hotels after...

COVID-19: This is how cutting your hair or doing your nails will be like

All the conditions imposed on hair salons, beauticians and nail technicians after COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted

All the conditions imposed on hair salons, beauticians and...

[WATCH] Restaurants to get COVID-19 compliance stickers, face closure if found in breach

Restaurants and other establishments found to be adhering to all coronavirus protocols to be given compliance certificate which will be withdrawn if...

Restaurants and other establishments found to be adhering...

Equality laws won’t let church schools teach ‘Catholic’ biology or history – former minister

Tonio Borg rails against “vile attack” of equality bills that will ensure the absence of discrimination in several sectors

Tonio Borg rails against “vile attack” of...

Maltese doctors say COVID-19 situation not as stable as claimed after spike in cases

Doctors union demands ‘honest, unbiased information’ on COVID-19 lockdown transition

Doctors union demands ‘honest, unbiased...

Maltese teens have highest problem social media usage, WHO report finds

Among 13-year-olds, 20% of girls and 13% of boys are problematic social media users

Among 13-year-olds, 20% of girls and 13% of boys are...

Funeral ceremonies resume on Friday

The ceremonies will be held under certain conditions which will be announced by the Church later this week

The ceremonies will be held under certain conditions which...

Shops no longer obliged to stop vulnerable people from entering – Chris Fearne

Government ditching big brother approach towards the elderly and vulnerable by withdrawing legal obligation on non-essential retail outlets to stop them from...

Government ditching big brother approach towards the...

[WATCH] Opposition wants President elected by parliamentary two-thirds in good governance proposals

Opposition leader Adrian Delia says proposals put forward by his party are intended to keep power at the highest level of government in check

Opposition leader Adrian Delia says proposals put forward...

[WATCH] Return to normality starts on 22 May - Robert Abela

More measures lifted: Restaurants and hairdressers to reopen, public gatherings...

More measures lifted: Restaurants and hairdressers to...

Pressure mounts to re-open economy, Chamber of Commerce: ‘we need to learn to live with COVID-19’

Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry supports economic re-opening with emphasis on social distancing, hygiene and protection of vulnerable people

Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry supports...

‘Conflicting messages’ from authorities over restrictions lifting worry environmental health officers

Environmental health officers warn of ‘conflicting messages’ that are ‘confusing’ people as government contemplates lifting of more...

Environmental health officers warn of ‘conflicting...

Mass tourism unemployment looms unless airport reopened, MHRA boss warns

Tony Zahra urges government to re-open Malta's borders, warning tourism industry operators will let go of workers if no tourists visit in summer

Tony Zahra urges government to re-open Malta's borders,...

Charmaine Gauci's COVID-19 updates will now take place three times a week

Frequency of Public Health Superintedent Charmaine Gauci's coronavirus updates to be reduced from daily to triweekly

Frequency of Public Health Superintedent Charmaine...

Malta, Italy standoff over fishing vessel that rescued migrants off Lampedusa

A Maltese-registered fishing vessel rescued the migrants on Sunday morning just off the island of Lampedusa in Malta’s SAR

A Maltese-registered fishing vessel rescued the migrants on...