Malta registers 199 new COVID-19 cases
COVID-19 update for 17 February | 1 death • 199 new cases • 89 recoveries • 2,425 active cases • Swab tests past 24 hours 3,207 • 17,843 second vaccine...
Graffitti accuses Ian Borg of lying to public over Burmarrad roadworks
Graffitti says construction of roundabout on Burmarrad road is being done to serve prospective suprermarket development
Astrazeneca deems Malta vaccine consignment safe

Astrazeneca cleared for use after concerns were raised following a temperature...

Astrazeneca cleared for use after concerns were raised...

Gozo rubble walls, valleys to be restored through €10 million investment

Project set to restore up to 25 kilometers of rubble walls and 12 valleys throughout the Gozitan landscape 

Project set to restore up to 25 kilometers of rubble walls...

Moody’s give Malta positive governance rating

Credit rating agency Moody’s says Malta benefits from a ‘strong...

Credit rating agency Moody’s says Malta benefits from...

Prostitution reform will only serve to protect pimps and men who want to buy sex, coalition warns

Coalition on Human Trafficking and Prostitution say proposed reform will put sex workers at a greater danger than they were before

Coalition on Human Trafficking and Prostitution say...

COVID-19: Two deaths, 167 new cases

COVID-19 update for 10 February | 2 deaths • 167 new cases • 165 recoveries • 2,406 active cases • Swab tests past 24 hours 2,217 •...

COVID-19 update for 10 February | 2 deaths • 167 new...

21,808 indigenous trees planted in 2020, Ambjent Malta exercise shows

1,522 more indigenous trees and shrubs were planted in 2020 than during the...

1,522 more indigenous trees and shrubs were planted in 2020...

Industrial action at AG office 'damaging' administration of justice in Malta - PN

Opposition calls on Justice Ministry to enter into negotiations with workers at the office of the Attorney General, stating government...

Opposition calls on Justice Ministry to enter into...

Infrastructure Malta installs Marsa-Qormi footbridge

Infrastructure agency installs two 40-tonne steel footbridges connecting the...

Infrastructure agency installs two 40-tonne steel...

Scientists find early contaminant detection system for Maltese ġbejna

During ageing process, ġbejna can become spoiled by fungi and unsafe for human consumption, but scientists say they can now detect early signs of...

During ageing process, ġbejna can become spoiled by...

In affidavit to tribunal, PBS manager told of sexual harassment from Bundy

Junior manager told tribunal in affidavit that Bundy harassed her and compelled her in obtaining access to chairman’s office to take copies of board...

Junior manager told tribunal in affidavit that Bundy...

Police deny offering immunity to Dutch national in exchange for Theuma recordings

The recordings, taken by the Dutch fugitive between 2018 and 2019, allegedly show Daphne murder middleman Melvin Theuma to be fearful of Keith Schembri

The recordings, taken by the Dutch fugitive between 2018...

Aġenzija Sapport residences for the disabled start COVID-19 vaccinations

By the end of March, 933 residents and workers at Aġenzija Sapport’s residences are expected to be vaccinated, Social Inclusion Minister Julia Farrugia...

By the end of March, 933 residents and workers at Aġenzija...

Labour Party’s energy consultants before 2013 election ended up on selection boards for gas power station contract

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee continues to hear the testimony of David Galea, a friend of Konrad Mizzi who headed the selection boards for the...

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee continues to...

January is worst month for Malta International Airport since reopening in summer

In January, 38,938 passengers travelled through Malta International Airport, a drop of 90.7% over last year

In January, 38,938 passengers travelled through Malta...

Two accused with involuntary manslaughter of Miriam Pace to stand trial

The two men have chosen to immediately stand trial in front of a jury in the Criminal Court

The two men have chosen to immediately stand trial in front...

[WATCH] Ian Borg defends Msida Creek junction: 'Project strikes balance'

Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg says Msida Creek project will balance between reducing traffic congestion, safeguarding different modes of transport and...

Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg says Msida Creek project...

ReLeaf calls on government to decriminalise cannabis cultivation, consumption and sharing

ReLeaf, an organisation campaigning for the legalisation of cannabis, says time for discussion is over, and government should look at introducing proper reforms

ReLeaf, an organisation campaigning for the legalisation of...

COVID-19: Two deaths, 202 new cases

COVID-19 update for 9 February | 2 deaths • 202 new cases • 146 recoveries • 2,406 active cases • Swab tests past 24 hours 3,206...

COVID-19 update for 9 February | 2 deaths • 202...