PN MPs to discuss IVF amendments ‘in coming days’
The Nationalist Party parliamentary group will be deciding what stand to take on IVF proposals that include genetic testing of embryos for serious hereditary diseases
Minister takes heart on GRECO shortcomings, ‘Labour still better than PN’s track record’
Malta has so far accomplished just two of 23 anti-corruption recommendations from the Council of Europe’s GRECO
Do people have the right to check their partner’s history for abuse?

Laura Calleja speaks to lawyers Desiree Attard and Robert Thake about introducing a similar system to Clare’s Law in Malta which would allow the police...

Laura Calleja speaks to lawyers Desiree Attard and Robert...

MP makes strong appeal to tackle bullying after US school shooting

After the Texas gunman was found to have a history of bullying, Malcolm Paul...

After the Texas gunman was found to have a history of...

Opposition will vote in favour of femicide bill but asks: What about female aggressors?

A new bill will make femicide an aggravating offence, but only when the killer is a man

A new bill will make femicide an aggravating offence, but...

Uncollectable tax runs into billions, NAO analysis shows

There were €5.7 billion in VAT and income deemed not collectable by the...

There were €5.7 billion in VAT and income deemed not...

GWU wants COLA rise paid in advice to counter rising food prices

Social partners at MCESD discuss rising food prices and supply chain problems...

Social partners at MCESD discuss rising food prices and...

Visa-processing ‘deadlock’ as big a threat as inflation, SME Chamber warns

The chamber warns of a major breakdown in visa-processing by Malta's High Commission Office in India

The chamber warns of a major breakdown in visa-processing...

PN and PL debts stun MEP: ‘Amounts are tenfold the budget of my political party’

Malta’s political parties and their subsidiary companies have racked up millions in debts, an issue of great concern for the European Parliament’s...

Malta’s political parties and their subsidiary...

[WATCH] Maltese justice ‘excruciatingly slow and half-hearted’, rule of law MEPs conclude

The European Parliament’s civil liberties committee MEPs acknowledge Malta’s reform process since 2020 but says it lacks speed and...

The European Parliament’s civil liberties committee...

IVF success rates at Mater Dei should be submitted for audit, MP says

Shadow health minister Stephen Spiteri says MaltaToday report on Mater Dei...

Shadow health minister Stephen Spiteri says MaltaToday...

Malta-based company plans long-range drone cargo flights

Dronamics is planning its first commerical flight with its Black Swan aircraft...

Dronamics is planning its first commerical flight with its...

Gozo tourism operators overwhelmingly dependent on foreign workers

Gozo Tourism Association survey shows recovery optimism among Gozitan operators...

Gozo Tourism Association survey shows recovery optimism...

Area near Westin and Portomaso safe for swimming again

Authorities had warned against swimming off Wilġa Street due to a...

Authorities had warned against...

Cyberbullying: aggressors also victims, study reveals cycle of attack and retaliation

One in four teens experience cyberbullying, 30% admit instigating bullying, with over half of bullies themselves past victims of cyberbullying

One in four teens experience cyberbullying, 30% admit...

‘Why are there as many massage parlours as pastizzi shops?’: MP raises suspicion on inaction

Graziella Attard Previ questioned whether the lack of action is part of a wider effort to legalise prostitution

Graziella Attard Previ questioned whether the lack of...

Femicide bill back in parliament for second reading

The bill was prompted by the murder of Paulina Dembska last January

The bill was prompted by the murder of Paulina Dembska last...

Government accedes to Opposition’s request for Electrogas probe to continue in PAC

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee meets for the first time as conciliatory tone marks difference from previous legislature

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee meets for the...

Malta failed another basic compliance test, Repubblika says of GRECO report

From the 23 recommendations made by GRECO on Malta's anti-corruption efforts, 21 are yet to be implemented

From the 23 recommendations made by GRECO on Malta's...

[WATCH] MEPs highlight Malta’s slow judicial process during meeting with Prime Minister

The MEPs met Prime Minister Robert Abela at Castille on Tuesday afternoon as part of a fact-finding mission on Malta's rule-of-law progress

The MEPs met Prime Minister Robert Abela at Castille on...