Transport Minister launches responsible behaviour at sea campaign
On the first day of summer, Ian Borg said that 50 areas around Malta and Gozo have been designated as swimmer zones
[WATCH] We took Adrian Delia out to ask people how to resolve his PN problem
Do the people love Adrian Delia more than his own MPs? We were in Valletta asking them to tell the PN leader what he has to do next
[WATCH] President expresses 'major reservations' on legalisation of recreational marijuana

George Vella says research on marijuana's effects and consequences has to be given importance when considering the legalisation of the drug for...

George Vella says research on marijuana's effects and...

[WATCH] ‘Some PN MPs believe they have divine right to lead the party', Mario Galea says

Veteran PN MP Mario Galea hopes history will one day pass judgement on the actions of fellow MPs who refuse to accept the choice of party members to elect...

Veteran PN MP Mario Galea hopes history will one day pass...

Last May was the stormiest since 1951

The Met Office said that last month's weather provided double the expected rainfall, as well as five more thunderstorms than the average

The Met Office said that last month's weather provided...

Updated | Former media chief draws first blood: ‘Jason Azzopardi must control himself on social media’

Recently resigned Media.Link chairman Pierre Portelli has insisted that there is a group of people that had taken over the party and that was determined to...

Recently resigned Media.Link chairman Pierre Portelli has...

Hands off Maltese pensions, unions tell Brussels over call to raise age

Forum unions come out with force against European Commission recommendation to Malta to raise pensionable age 

Forum unions come out with force against European...

Doctors demand anti-abortion statement from Commissioner for Children

Pro-life doctors pile pressure on Commissioner for Children after comments on...

Pro-life doctors pile pressure on Commissioner for Children...

Pierre Portelli resigns as chairman of Nationalist Party media

In a Facebook post uploaded shortly before midnight on Monday, Portelli said he...

In a Facebook post uploaded shortly before midnight on...

Ministers deny having a copy of Egrant inquiry report

All three ministers who had appeared to 'quote' from the elusive Egrant...

All three ministers who had appeared to 'quote'...

Justice Minister open to debate whether Attorney General should continue to chair FIAU

The law setting up the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit indicates the Attorney General as chair of the board, something the government is willing to change...

The law setting up the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit...

[WATCH] Powerful developers are conditioning servile authorities, Graffitti says

Moviment Graffitti will hold a march from St Luke's Hospital to the Malta Developers Association offices in Gwardamanga to protest 'the dictatorship of...

Moviment Graffitti will hold a march from St Luke's...

No health risks from fireworks chemicals in tap water – WSC

The WSC says tests conducted in 2017 found traces of perchlorate in tap water...

The WSC says tests conducted in 2017 found traces of...

Updated | Proposed amendments to building regulations published for public consultation

An increase in fines and a requirement for contractors to upload method statements online for third parties to view are among the new rules being proposed

An increase in fines and a requirement for contractors to...

Public services to get digital overhaul with €40 million investment

The three-year strategy aims to allow all citizens to access services wherever...

The three-year strategy aims to allow all citizens to...

[WATCH] Joseph Muscat admits lack of enforcement: Construction sector grew faster than regulators

The Prime Minister said the government had taken responsibility for the lack of enforcement across the sector by temporarily suspending excavation works,...

The Prime Minister said the government had taken...

London brothels and the Bajadas: The property deal that tarnished Adrian Delia

Adrian Delia handled the corporate affairs of a Maltese London property owner, whose offshore companies set him just far apart enough from the...

Adrian Delia handled the corporate affairs of a Maltese...

Updated | Fireworks chemicals found in tap water

The amount of perchlorate found in tap water is on the low side but when...

The amount of perchlorate found in tap water is on the low...

Education ministry to investigate alleged precarious employment in schools

In a statement, the ministry said it would be investigated claims made in the local press on Sunday

In a statement, the ministry said it would be investigated...

Ryanair had warned Ireland it would leave if tax laws weren’t amended

Some crew members operating out of European bases are obliged to pay marginal tax rates of over 65% because of a legal requirement for them to pay tax in...

Some crew members operating out of European bases are...