St Julian’s fat cat told PN official to shut me up, mayor Albert Buttigieg claims
Nationalist candidate reports conversation between PN official and “fat cat” with construction interests in St Julian’s, who demanded the party shut him up
Childcare centres refuse visits by government officials in protest over COVID-19 restrictions
Childcare centres have had their capacities limited due to the COVID-19 crisis
David Thake withdraws libel against ONE News over unpaid VAT story

The Labour Party news portal ran a story suggesting then Nationalist MP David...

The Labour Party news portal ran a story suggesting then...

Malta seeks compromise on sanctions that ban EU-flagged vessels from transporting Russian oil

Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia says that Malta has its own ' interests to protect' after the European Commission proposed a ban on Russian...

Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia says that Malta has...

75% of Maltese want greater EU military cooperation after Ukraine invasion

After Russia invaded Ukraine, the public mood in Malta favours greater EU military cooperation, Eurobarometer survey shows

After Russia invaded Ukraine, the public mood in Malta...

[WATCH] Auxiliary Bishop: 'When you're trying to save a life, you're not destroying another'

Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi says saving a pregnant woman whose life was in danger was not tantamount to 'destroying' another life if treatment...

Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi says saving a pregnant...

Pensions drive up social security spending that hits €322 million mark in first three months

Government expenditure on social security benefits increased by €65.8 million in the first three months of 2022 with pensions being the prime driver

Government expenditure on social security benefits...

Mosta maternity home helps vulnerable mothers with unplanned pregnancies

Lifeline Malta has provided women with over 1,000 hours of post-natal support

Lifeline Malta has provided women with over 1,000...

‘€363m Deiulemar case posed existential risk for BOV’ - Gordon Cordina

BOV Chairman Gordon Cordina says €182.5m settlement will release funds forfeited under precaution security and will leave bank ‘in a better...

BOV Chairman Gordon Cordina says €182.5m settlement...

Party debts: the case for state funding

Indebted political parties are bad news for democracy as it makes them even more dependent on private donors who expect something in return, or are themselves...

Indebted political parties are bad news for democracy as it...

Print and paper industry reeling under huge price hikes

Paper, cardboard, printing supplies and related products have skyrocketed since...

Paper, cardboard, printing supplies and related products...

[WATCH] Grech: ‘Jason Azzopardi never raised pardon for donation allegations with me’

Bernard Grech denied he ever discussed Yorgen Fenech pardon or received donations from Fenech’s extended family

Bernard Grech denied he ever discussed Yorgen Fenech pardon...

Opposition financially disadvantaged by Labour’s power of incumbency, Grech laments

Opposition leader Bernard Grech leads a PN parliamentary delegation in meeting with the Chamber of Commerce

Opposition leader Bernard Grech leads a PN parliamentary...

‘They can send us all to prison’: Nurses in show of force over Mt Carmel self-harm incident

Nurses say health minister has to answer for staff shortages at Mount Carmel hospital that made it impossible to monitor patient who...

Nurses say health minister has to answer for staff...

Pro-choice doctor reveals abuse she received: ‘Let’s kill her children and see how she likes it’

Dr Natalie Psaila reveals that she and her colleagues have received death threats and abuse over their stance on abortion

Dr Natalie Psaila reveals that she and her colleagues have...

Labour Party media house €10 million in the red

Most of the debt amounts to unpaid VAT, stamp duty, and water and...

Most of the debt amounts to unpaid VAT, stamp duty,...

State responsible to create environment that values work of journalists, IĠM says

On World Press Freedom Day, the IĠM says crime-busting agencies should do their job without fear or favour and in this way, give value to journalists’...

On World Press Freedom Day, the IĠM says crime-busting...

Malta’s score in Reporters Sans Frontieres press freedom index falls

Despite moving up three places, Malta’s score has decreased by seven points • Study says journalists in Malta have to cope with a ‘highly...

Despite moving up three places, Malta’s score has...

Miriam Dalli says Malta's energy sector was impacted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli says that the Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused high wholesale electricity prices imported from Italy

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli says that the Russian invasion...

[WATCH] Barracuda scaffolding incident: Health and safety authority calls for safer work places

The Occupational Health and Safety Authority sent officers on the site of the Barracuda restaurant in Balluta after scaffolding risked toppling into the road

The Occupational Health and Safety Authority sent officers...