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 launched soon after 
[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
16.5% increase in Maltese travelling abroad during 2018

Just over 667,000 people travelled abroad last year with the largest increased...

Just over 667,000 people travelled abroad last year with...

Muscat says growing tourism pressure on infrastructure a ‘positive problem’

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat addresses Mediterranean Tourism Forum

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat addresses Mediterranean...

Gozo sewage plant shut down due to illegal animal waste disposal

The plant was shut down Thursday night due to animal waste, which can badly...

The plant was shut down Thursday night due to animal waste,...

Edwin Vassallo apologises for sharing ‘satanic AIDS banana’ post

The Nationalist MP claims story was blown out of proportion because he is a...

The Nationalist MP claims story was blown out of proportion...

[WATCH] Teaching others to understand the different ways of the Maltese

At a cultural orientation class at MCAST, the Cross Culture International Foundation is teaching migrants Maltese culture, but also how to understand the...

At a cultural orientation class at MCAST, the Cross Culture...

Valletta cafés battle it out over unjust allocation of outdoor table space

The Administrative Review Tribunal has declared null a decision by the Lands Authority to remove a number of outdoor chairs and tables belonging to...

The Administrative Review Tribunal has declared null a...

Tuna bribery claims: Suspended fisheries director says requests for payments were 'legitimate'

Andreina Fenech Farrugia casts doubt on the Spanish phone transcripts, insists she always acted in an ethical and just way and denies soliciting...

Andreina Fenech Farrugia casts doubt on the Spanish...

How an ordinary day turned into a banker’s worst nightmare

Bank of Valletta blacked out its electronic platforms on Wednesday after it...

Bank of Valletta blacked out its electronic platforms on...

Garden Battery restoration project nears completion

The restoration of the Garden Battery is part of a €12 million investment...

The restoration of the Garden Battery is part of a €12...

Owen Bonnici lambasts PN MEPs, insists criticising government different to attacking the country

MEP candidate Cyrus Engerer and Justice Minister Owen Bonnici condemned PN MEPs' 'coordinated attacks' against the country's institutions...

MEP candidate Cyrus Engerer and Justice Minister Owen...

More rescued migrants relocated to France

This is the second group of migrants to have been relocated in the space of a...

This is the second group of migrants to have been relocated...

Facebook users turn on Edwin Vassallo’s warning on AIDS-infected bananas

A Nationalist MP posted a warning about AIDS-infected bananas...

A Nationalist MP posted a warning about AIDS-infected...

Degiorgio brothers' Constitutional case to continue after judge rejects AG's argument

Alfred Degiorgio, George Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat, complained of breaches to their rights, saying their arrest and subsequent searches were all illegal...

Alfred Degiorgio, George Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat,...

Giving disabled persons the tools to ‘drive’ themselves

A one-person flat, the 12th home for persons with disabilities aimed at...

A one-person flat, the 12th home for persons with...

[ANALYSIS] Six reasons the debate on the Gozo tunnel has not even started

Former Labour MP Franco Mercieca claimed the debate on the Gozo tunnel ended 10 years ago… and that decision has been made. But MaltaToday has six good...

Former Labour MP Franco Mercieca claimed the debate on the...

Abortion charity expands service to women in Malta

Maltese women can now seek funded consultation and travel for safe abortion in...

Maltese women can now seek funded consultation and travel...

Maltese actor Benny Casha passes away

Known mostly as an actor on popular One TV sitcom Qeghdin Sew!, Benny Casha passed away aged 48 years

Known mostly as an actor on popular One TV sitcom Qeghdin...

Children's commissioner warns video games can 'kindle aggression in children'

At a Family Affairs Committee meeting, Commissioner for Children Pauline Miceli, suggested that there were many factors that made children aggressive with...

At a Family Affairs Committee meeting, Commissioner for...