[WATCH] Cremation law to be in place by Easter, will cost less than traditional burial
Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar, who spearheaded the drawing up of the cremation Bill, said it would be down to personal choice where ashes of loved ones are kept
[WATCH] Scicluna to Vatican summit: All priests duty-bound to report sex abuse allegations
Archbishop Charles Scicluna addresses summit on protection of minors in church: 'It is our sacred duty to protect our people and to do justice when they are abused,' he...
DBRS confirms Malta’s A credit rating

The agency said Malta’s annual average GDP growth of 7.2% from 2013 to 2017 was 'remarkable' and was allowing Malta to continue to converge to EU...

The agency said Malta’s annual average GDP growth of...

BOV’s SEPA payment services restored

Customers can now make transfers to SEPA countries, and the bank is working to restore its full payment services as soon as possible

Customers can now make transfers to SEPA countries, and the...

Sophie the customs dog leads officials to €24,000 in undeclared cash

The cash was found on a passenger during a search at the Malta International Airport 

The cash was found on a passenger during a search at the...

Documents containing the official grant of the George Cross to Malta restored

The George Cross was awarded to Malta by King George VI in 1942 and is the only one to have been awarded to a country

The George Cross was awarded to Malta by King George VI in...

Funeral of Maltese port manager shot dead in Somalia to be held on Monday

Paul Formosa was killed by the Somali militant group Al-Shabab last week

Paul Formosa was killed by the Somali militant group...

[WATCH] Animal activists ‘apologise’ to pigs on their way to slaughter at Marsa abattoir

Animal rights activists stroked pigs as they bade them goodbye outside the abattoir: 'For a ham sandwich, is it worth it?'

Animal rights activists stroked pigs as they bade them...

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...

The police said they began investigating the case as soon...

[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

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna says Malta would have to...

[WATCH] MEP candidate’s impassioned call for respectful debate on abortion

AD MEP candidate Mina Tolu was reacting to news that the Abortion Support Network were extending their services to Malta

AD MEP candidate Mina Tolu was reacting to news that the...

[WATCH] European economic slowdown will affect all countries, Italian finance minister says

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna met his Italian counterpart Giovanni Tria for talks about the common challenges Malta and Italy face

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna met his Italian...

Government to invest €4 million in drug rehabilitation

Caritas director Anthony Gatt said the agreement would further support the...

Caritas director Anthony Gatt said the agreement would...

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...