COVID-19: 15 new infections as active cases continue to drop
COVID-19 update for 26 April | 15 new cases • 58 recoveries • 422 active cases • 1,449 Swab tests past 24 hours • Vaccine doses administered until Sunday...
COVID-19: Malta has highest EU rate of fully vaccinated adults
40% of Malta's adult population has received its first COVID-19 vaccine dose and 21% are fully vaccinated with two doses, the latest statistics released by the European...
European regulator finds link between Janssen COVID vaccine and 'very rare' blood clots

The European medicines watchdog says blood clots should be listed as 'very rare' side effects for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine...

The European medicines watchdog says blood clots should be...

Dummy AK-47 assault rifles en route to Libya intercepted by Malta customs

Malta customs intercepted 900 dummy AK-47 assault rifle replicas in a container en route to Libya

Malta customs intercepted 900 dummy AK-47 assault rifle...

Cyber criminals give PN ultimatum to 'communicate and cooperate' • Magisterial inquiry underway

After Monday night's data theft from the Nationalist Party's servers, hackers threaten to leak stolen data • Magisterial inquiry and police...

After Monday night's data theft from the Nationalist...

‘No new or higher taxes,’ Clyde Caruana pledges as deficit soars on back of pandemic

Finance Minister Clyde Caruana says the deficit for this year has been revised upwards to 12% but government will not increase taxes to make good for COVID-19...

Finance Minister Clyde Caruana says the deficit for this...

New COVID-19 cases drop to 13, lowest daily figure since summer

COVID-19 update for 20 April | 2 deaths • 13 new cases • 62...

COVID-19 update for 20 April | 2 deaths • 13 new cases...

Updated | PM’s power to select short-listed judges not against EU law, Court decides

Repubblika case on judicial selection: European Court of Justice says power of prime minister to recommend judges identified by independent commission, to...

Repubblika case on judicial selection: European Court of...

A November election? Five questions facing Bernard Grech in 2021

Amid persistent rumours of a November election, Bernard Grech knows his future...

Amid persistent rumours of a November election, Bernard...

PN says information database targeted in cyber-attack

Nationalist Party information technology systems and information database...

Nationalist Party information technology systems and...

Over 1,130 fines issued for COVID-19 breaches

Enforcement authorities fine 330 people for gathering in groups larger than two...

Enforcement authorities fine 330 people for gathering in...

Labour whip slams standards czar: Reports are issued strategically to hurt government

Labour whip Glenn Bedingfield says standards commissioner George Hyzler is failing to investigate government MPs objectively

Labour whip Glenn Bedingfield says standards commissioner...

[WATCH] Abela ‘establishing facts’ before deciding on Ian Borg direct order to adviser’s daughter

Prime Minister Robert Abela questioned over €60,000 direct order to newly-graduated law student daughter of Ian Borg advisor

Prime Minister Robert Abela questioned over €60,000...

Brian Tonna has right not to answer Electrogas questions if he feels they may incriminate him

Witnesses appearing in front of parliament's Public Accounts Committee have a right not to answer questions if they feel they may incriminate themselves,...

Witnesses appearing in front of parliament's Public...

James Caterers unconditionally withdraws threatening letter to National Audit Office

Speaker Anġlu Farrugia has closed a breach of privilege case against James Caterers after the company unconditionally withdrew a threatening letter to the...

Speaker Anġlu Farrugia has closed a breach of privilege...

Fort Ricasoli to be freed from unsightly oil tanks

Government has awarded an alternative site to Ricasoli Port Facility so that...

Government has awarded an alternative site to Ricasoli Port...

Health sciences faculty raises alarm on treatment of elderly at St Vincent de Paul

Disputes between unions and management are affecting the treatment of residents at St Vincent de Paul Residence, the dean of the Health Sciences Faculty at UOM...

Disputes between unions and management are affecting the...

PN non-committal on resignation of environmental regulator chief

There were calls over the weekend from environmental NGOs for ERA chief Victor...

There were calls over the weekend from environmental NGOs...

Suspend public collections laws, Council for Voluntary sector says

The new legislation hinders the work of voluntary organisations, the council...

The new legislation hinders the work of voluntary...

COVID-19: 60 new cases and 41 recoveries

COVID-19 update for 19 April | 60 new cases • 41 recoveries • 614 active cases • 1,580 Swab tests past 24 hours • Vaccine doses...

COVID-19 update for 19 April | 60 new cases • 41...