Caruana Galizia family express hope that Vince Muscat admission of guilt ‘step closer’ towards full justice
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family tell court her assassination was intentional and could have been prevented  
Vince Muscat granted presidential pardon over Carmel Chircop murder
Vince Muscat is expected to give information on the 2015 murder of Birkirkara lawyer Carmel Chircop
Not enough parking for 4,000 planning permits issued since 2019

€31 million paid by developers to PA urban improvement fund for not...

€31 million paid by developers to PA urban improvement...

Malta not doing enough to reach out and treat paedophiles, expert says

Expert says Malta is not doing enough to reach out to people with paedophiliac tendencies before they commit a crime

Expert says Malta is not doing enough to reach...

Bill regulating legal profession will establish lawyers register while addressing Moneyval concerns

The bill is set to be the first piece of legislation regulating the profession 

The bill is set to be the first piece of legislation...

January property sales up by 27% over previous year

Malta Developers Association says promises of sale in January 2021 reached a...

Malta Developers Association says promises of sale in...

Malta may get fifth casino as government issues call for new concession

Government intends giving out a fifth casino licence and has issued a request for proposals that specifically excludes Gozo and Comino

Government intends giving out a fifth casino licence and...

Hospice Malta to receive €2.5 million from government

Hospice Malta to receive €2.5 million in government support over the next...

Hospice Malta to receive €2.5 million in government...

Man seriously injured after car knocks him off a ladder

Police said the victim was run over while carrying out works on a ladder

Police said the victim was run over while carrying out...

[WATCH] Miriam Dalli defends decision not to publish Montenegro wind farm audit yet

The Energy Minister holds that publishing the report could prejudice any potential investigations

The Energy Minister holds that publishing the report could...

[WATCH] Educators to start receiving COVID-19 vaccine by end of February

School staff and other workers in essential services will start receiving the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of February, Chris Fearne says • First case...

School staff and other workers in essential services will...

[WATCH] Government committed to help struggling businesses, Silvio Schembri says

Economy Minister says government is committed to continue help struggling businesses

Economy Minister says government is committed to continue...

No politicians have been charged, Repubblika tells police chief 40 months after Caruana Galizia murder

Rule of law NGO Repubblika says that 40 months after Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination, no politician has been charged in court despite multiple...

Rule of law NGO Repubblika says that 40 months after Daphne...

Student population in post-secondary and tertiary institutions stood at almost 26,000

There were 25,863 students enrolled in post-secondary and tertiary institutions, according to figures released by the National Statistics Office for the...

There were 25,863 students enrolled in post-secondary and...

COVID: 102 new cases, 124 recoveries registered

COVID-19 update for 16 February | 2 deaths • 102 new cases • 124...

COVID-19 update for 16 February | 2 deaths • 102 new...

PN accuses Clyde Caruana of ‘closing an eye’ to illegal employment of foreign food couriers

PN spokesperson Jason Azzopardi says government agency JobsPlus under Clyde Caruana was responsible for ‘closing an eye’ to precarious jobs for...

PN spokesperson Jason Azzopardi says government agency...

Hyzler says ethics probe into Rosianne Cutajar’s dealings with Yorgen Fenech ongoing

Standards Commissioner George Hyzler says investigation involving Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne Cutajar is ongoing

Standards Commissioner George Hyzler says investigation...

Ministers told of 1,200 workers in ‘illegal’ food delivery and taxi jobs

Over 1,200 third-country nationals working for taxi and food delivering services could be employed on illegal work contacts

Over 1,200 third-country nationals working for taxi and...

[WATCH] 'Fishers have no steady income' says Maltese award-winning actor of Luzzu

Sundance award-winning actor Jesmark Scicluna has found fame in acting, but says life for fishers – just as in Luzzu – remains a hard slog

Sundance award-winning actor Jesmark Scicluna has found...

Malta Employers' Association hits out at premature 'right to disconnect' laws

"Malta should never be used as a guinea pig so that other countries may learn and benefit from our mistakes"

"Malta should never be used as a guinea pig so that...