PN files motion seeking inquiry into Electrogas power station deal
Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech has asked parliament to approve the setting up of an inquiry board that should be tasked with examining any abuses or legal breaches...
14-day quarantine period should be reconsidered, Malta Chamber says
Malta Chamber of Commerce Deputy President Marisa Xuereb says that quarantine leave is a major burden on businesses especially in sectors where employees cannot easily...
PN snubs Stagno Navarra’s Pjazza on ONE TV

The Nationalist Party will not be sending its representatives to debate on Karl...

The Nationalist Party will not be sending its...

Surge in COVID-19 cases worries schools, union

The Independent Schools Association urges people to follow safety and hygiene...

The Independent Schools Association urges people to follow...

Heritage Malta condemns vandals who dumped waste at Fort Delimara

Waste dumped at Fort Delimara is 'intentional' vandalism' to the...

Waste dumped at Fort Delimara is 'intentional'...

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli will accept co-option to Maltese parliament

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli has accepted to be co-opted into the House of...

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli has accepted to be co-opted into...

10,000 persons received flu vaccine on first day, Health Minister says

The influenza vaccine currently available for free to those aged 55 and over, children between six months and five years and those who suffer from chronic...

The influenza vaccine currently available for free to...

Muscat abused powers with Konrad Mizzi consultancy – standards report

The as-yet-unpublished report will find that it was  Joseph Muscat who as Prime Minister, instructed that the Malta Tourism Authority regale the outgoing...

The as-yet-unpublished report will find that it was...

SOFA talks with US back on backburner

Malta and the United States 'mutually agreed' to drop discussions on the Status of forces agreement due to public uproar

Malta and the United States 'mutually...

€5 million regeneration project for Marsaxlokk's il-Magħluq

The area will benefit from new infrastructural systems and increased...

The area will benefit from new infrastructural systems and...

Nadur residents who risk losing their homes lodge cautions over Navarra land registration

Nadur residents have put the Lands Authority on notice after the Stagno Navarra family filed a formal registration for land in the locality

Nadur residents have put the Lands Authority on notice...

Over 50,000 visitors at Manoel Island between July and September

A guardianship agreement between MIDI and the Gżira council two years ago...

A guardianship agreement between MIDI and the Gżira...

Over 17,000 live in overcrowded households, living conditions survey finds

Almost 4,000 households were interviewed for the EU-SILC survey

Almost 4,000 households were interviewed for the...

[WATCH] Government will have to listen to the people on land gifted to hunters, BirdLife says

BirdLife Malta CEO Mark Sultana says that momentum is building up against the government's lack of environmental concern as the organisation lambasts the...

BirdLife Malta CEO Mark Sultana says that momentum is...

Malta customs seize 23 powerboats destined for Libya’s migrant smugglers

The Customs Department has seized 23 powerboats on their way to Libya over suspicion they were going to be used by people smugglers

The Customs Department has seized 23 powerboats on their...

‘Over my dead body’: zoo-owner rails against rules to stop public touching wild animals

Enraged zoo-owner Anton Cutajar posts Facebook video claiming animal welfare rules are part of “agenda against me”

Enraged zoo-owner Anton Cutajar posts Facebook video...

93 new cases of coronavirus, active cases reach 881

COVID-19 update for 13 October | 93 new cases, 31 recoveries •...

COVID-19 update for 13 October | 93 new cases, 31...

71-year-old man is 44th victim of COVID-19

A 71-year-old man who first tested positive for coronavirus on 21 September but...

A 71-year-old man who first tested positive for coronavirus...

Updated | Paola square paving collapsing two years after completion of €3m project

Paola council flags serious defects in works on the locality’s main square that were completed two years ago, including collapsing paving and reservoirs...

Paola council flags serious defects in works on the...

COVID-19’s too scary for Halloween: councils cancel events

Halloween events in various localities have been cancelled due to COVID-19

Halloween events in various localities have been cancelled...