Number of persons with dementia expected to double by 2050, experts say
Experts who spoke at a national conference on dementia called for more to be done to keep persons suffering from the disease in the communities they were raised
Infrastructure minister announces call for offers for rebuilding of 170 roads
The tender will see the successful bidder build 52 kilometres of road and 85 kilometres of pavement as well as other services
[WATCH] Maltese man gunned down by Somali terrorists is laid to rest

Paul Formosa was a ‘gentleman’, priest says as he urges his...

Paul Formosa was a ‘gentleman’, priest says as...

Fuentes enjoyed unfair advantage, internal inquiry on tuna industry found

The inquiry had found that Fuentes' Malta subsidiary Mare Blu was being granted larger allocations for tuna harvesting than rival firms

The inquiry had found that Fuentes' Malta...

Updated | Cassola ‘living an illusion’, Cacopardo says after abortion row resignation

AD leader Carmel Cacopardo: “Arnold found it difficult to accept that we encourage a public discussion on this subject.”

AD leader Carmel Cacopardo: “Arnold found it...

Alternattiva to discuss MEP candidates’ stands on abortion

AD chairperson Carmel Cacopardo noted that Arnold Cassola 'effectively...

AD chairperson Carmel Cacopardo noted that Arnold Cassola...

Cirque du Soleil is coming to Malta

The theatre company will this year be staging shows in Malta, Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi said

The theatre company will this year be staging shows in...

PN committed to granting Gozo regional status - Adrian Delia

The Opposition leader said a Nationalist government would guarantee that a...

The Opposition leader said a Nationalist government would...

Free bus system to operate through Gozo-Malta tunnel

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that offering a free bus system would act as...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that offering a free bus...

PN secretary general won’t speculate on possibility of losing third MEP seat

Clyde Puli said however that the party needed to consider why, after having campaigned for EU membership, it has been unable to win an MEP election

Clyde Puli said however that the party needed to consider...

Updated | Democratic Party laments Malta's ‘out of control’ urbanisation

The party said the government had now turned its sights on land reclamantion despite there being no national masterplan

The party said the government had now turned its sights on...

AD reaffirms position against abortion, agrees with call for respectful debate

MEP candidate Arnold Cassola yesterday called on the party to distance itself from statements by another of its candidates, Mina Tolu, who said it was...

MEP candidate Arnold Cassola yesterday called on the party...

DBRS confirms Malta’s A credit rating

The agency said Malta’s annual average GDP growth of 7.2% from 2013 to 2017 was 'remarkable' and was allowing Malta to continue to converge to EU...

The agency said Malta’s annual average GDP growth of...

BOV’s SEPA payment services restored

Customers can now make transfers to SEPA countries, and the bank is working to restore its full payment services as soon as possible

Customers can now make transfers to SEPA countries, and the...

Sophie the customs dog leads officials to €24,000 in undeclared cash

The cash was found on a passenger during a search at the Malta International Airport 

The cash was found on a passenger during a search at the...

Documents containing the official grant of the George Cross to Malta restored

The George Cross was awarded to Malta by King George VI in 1942 and is the only one to have been awarded to a country

The George Cross was awarded to Malta by King George VI in...

Funeral of Maltese port manager shot dead in Somalia to be held on Monday

Paul Formosa was killed by the Somali militant group Al-Shabab last week

Paul Formosa was killed by the Somali militant group...

[WATCH] Animal activists ‘apologise’ to pigs on their way to slaughter at Marsa abattoir

Animal rights activists stroked pigs as they bade them goodbye outside the abattoir: 'For a ham sandwich, is it worth it?'

Animal rights activists stroked pigs as they bade them...

Police investigation into tuna bribery allegations was launched in October

The police said they began investigating the case as soon as they became aware of the allegations on tuna bribes, with a magisterial inquiry having been...

The police said they began investigating the case as soon...

[WATCH] Foreign workforce is helping to make pensions more sustainable, Edward Scicluna insists

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna says Malta would have to find other ways of making pensions sustainable in the absence of a foreign worker influx

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna says Malta would have to...