Tap water mostly shunned for its taste, study finds
Why do people pay for bottled water instead of drinking free water from their taps? A study suggests it’s because bottled water tastes better, followed by the...
Grech says Culture Minister must resign for inaction on sexual harassment case at national orchestra
Opposition leader Bernard Grech addresses the party faithful at Mellieħa as he targets ministers for inaction on scandals
Updated | PN demands responsibility be shouldered for orchestra’s inaction on sexual harassment case

Culture Ministry says external board will investigate circumstances of sexual harassment case at Malta Philharmonic Orchestra as it reacts to PN...

Culture Ministry says external board will investigate...

Students to protest over exorbitant Campus Hub car park prices

Student groups at University of Malta will be protesting on Friday against the...

Student groups at University of Malta will be protesting on...

Revamped Msida Creek project not enough as groups call for more changes

Several environmental organisations are calling on Infrastructure Malta to go back to the drawing board yet again on the Msida Creek project

Several environmental organisations are calling on...

Air Malta carried more than a million passengers last summer

Air Malta operated at a seat load factor in access of 90% across its...

Air Malta operated at a seat load factor in access of...

Teachers flag 600 cases of students with possible mental health problems

Teachers in State primary and secondary schools flagged almost 600 cases involving students with mental health concerns

Teachers in State primary and secondary schools flagged...

[WATCH] Works on Magħtab waste recycling facility enter final stages

A new €4 million facility at Magħtab that will sort recyclable waste is...

A new €4 million facility at Magħtab that will sort...

Claus act: Teach kids about real Father Christmas, heads of school told

The education ministry’s National Literary Agency says it is time for schools to start marking the feast of St Nicholas ‘in order to restore...

The education ministry’s National Literary Agency...

[WATCH] Sliema Chalet up for grabs as government seeks investors to rekindle iconic entertainment spot

Will the Sliema Chalet live again? Government is offering a 65-year concession for the abandoned site to be turned into an entertainment spot once again

Will the Sliema Chalet live again? Government is offering a...

After the roads, minister announces creation of cycle paths network

Infrastructure Malta will be investing €35 million over the next four...

Infrastructure Malta will be investing €35 million...

Environment Planning Review Tribunal to rule on Ħondoq Bay development appeal next Thursday

Gozo Prestige Holidays’ application had been turned down for the development of a hotel and parking facilities, as well as 25 villas, 60 apartments and...

Gozo Prestige Holidays’ application had been turned...

[WATCH] More of the same, Bernard Grech says on Budget 2023

Nationalist leader Bernard Grech labels the 2023 Budget a...

Nationalist leader Bernard Grech labels the 2023 Budget a...

Odometer fraud: Police interrogate car dealers behind mileage tampering scam

Rokku Autodealer and Tal-Qasab Autosales are behind the racket that saw hundreds of customers cheated when purchasing Japanese imported second-hand cars

Rokku Autodealer and Tal-Qasab Autosales are behind the...

Marsaskala car bomb widow: 'Who killed my husband?'

Wife left in the dark after partner, fisherman Martin Cachia, was killed in...

Wife left in the dark after partner, fisherman Martin...

[WATCH] Red Clyde: Labour should not be ashamed of calling itself socialist

Finance Minister Clyde Caruana says the Labour Party grassroots were yearning for a party with a more socialist outlook

Finance Minister Clyde Caruana says the Labour Party...

Malta ranks 30 out of 140 in Rule of Law Index

2022 WJP Rule of Law Index finds rule of law fell globally for fifth...

2022 WJP Rule of Law Index finds rule of law fell globally...

One in four people residing in Malta in 2021 were born abroad

In 2021, one in every four persons residing in Malta was born in another...

In 2021, one in every four persons residing in...

Portelli shrugs off over-development: ‘More public spaces needed, not stop to construction’

Malta Developers Association property conference panel brings together a developer, an activist, politicians and an architect

Malta Developers Association property conference panel...

Cassola hits out at corruption commission’s ‘Byzantine behaviour’

Arnold Cassola laments not being provided with the results of corruption investigations he asked for into Joseph Muscat, Michael Farrugia and Johann Buttigieg

Arnold Cassola laments not being provided with the results...