Central government finances register bigger deficit in first three months
Between January and March central government finances registered a deficit of €134 million, NSO figures show
Guardamangia collapse: Architects condemn poor construction regulations
The Chamber of Architects said that the rate of construction accidents in Malta is 'unacceptable'
[WATCH] €130 million EU-funded project approved for 'higher quality' Maltese water

Co-financed by the European Union at a rate of 85%, the Water Services Corporation said that the European Commission's technical advisor considered the...

Co-financed by the European Union at a rate of 85%, the...

Why the Maltese still reject the far-right

The far-right and anti-immigrant parties so far have registered no support in...

The far-right and anti-immigrant parties so far have...

3,000sq.m fuel station proposed instead of miniscule petrol pump in Gozo

Victoria petrol station proposed for relocation to 3000 sq.m of agricultural land in B’Bugia equipped by all amenities including a food and drink...

Victoria petrol station proposed for relocation to 3000...

[WATCH] Good Friday pageantry: Why religion has to be seen, heard and felt

We visited Żebbuġ to find out how people commemorate Good Friday with exhibitions and pageantry

We visited Żebbuġ to find out how people commemorate Good...

Maltese journalists facing repeated harassment on social media, IGM says

Both the IGM and the government took issue with RWB claims that Maltese media was owned or controlled by political parties

Both the IGM and the government took issue with RWB claims...

[LIVE] Archbishop leads washing of the feet ceremony in Valletta

Catholics in Malta join millions around the world in the liturgical...

Catholics in Malta join millions around the world in the...

Inquiry finds no evidence to support allegations of irregularities at MCAST

The inquiry was ordered by the Education Ministry following allegations of sexual misconduct at the college and has now been passed on to the police

The inquiry was ordered by the Education Ministry following...

[WATCH] Russia hits back: ‘Solution of Malta government is not friendly’

Malta’s decision to refuse use of airspace by Russian military aircraft bound for Venezuela has angered the Russian government 

Malta’s decision to refuse use of airspace by Russian...

Gozo Business Chamber hails ‘historic’ bipartisan backing of tunnel project

Chamber says time has now come to plan Gozo’s future within the context of the tunnel’s opportunities

Chamber says time has now come to plan Gozo’s future...

Transport Malta in drive to expand aviation register by 85 aircraft by end 2019

315 planes are registered in Malta's aviation registry, twice the figure for 2012, with Transport Malta aiming to raise the figure to 400 by...

315 planes are registered in Malta's aviation registry,...

Malta drops 12 places to 77th in Reporters Without Borders press freedom index

Abusive judicial proceedings “designed to gag investigative reporters by draining their financial resources” drags Malta down 12...

Abusive judicial proceedings “designed to gag...

[LIVE] Catholic priests renew vows at St John’s Co-Cathedral

Maundy Thursday marks the start of the Catholic church’s liturgical...

Maundy Thursday marks the start of the Catholic...

Law students: more Maltese, please

Two-thirds of students surveyed by the Junior Chamber of Advocates agreed that both Maltese and English should be used during lectures

Two-thirds of students surveyed by the Junior Chamber of...

Gzira establishment Funky Monkey ablaze, police investigating possible arson

The permanently closed entertainment establishment caught fire which has since then been controlled, Police said

The permanently closed entertainment establishment caught...

Gozo tunnel receives bipartisan support from MPs without studies being published

PN presents cosmetic amendments to motion seeking support for Gozo tunnel project but Chris Said says party is 'wholeheartedly' behind the...

PN presents cosmetic amendments to motion seeking...

Sharp rise in Maltese citizenship applications by UK nationals after Brexit referendum

There were more than double the number of Maltese citizenship applications from British citizens in 2018 compared to 2016

There were more than double the number of Maltese...

‘I want to see disabled people in parliament to change society’s mentality’

Disability rights commissioner Oliver Scicluna says Malta needs more politicians with a disability

Disability rights commissioner Oliver Scicluna says Malta...

Consumers still being overcharged on utility bills, PN insists

The Nationalist Party said that 80% of the 1,250 bills it had received from...

The Nationalist Party said that 80% of the 1,250 bills it...