Malta celebrates Santa Marija feast
15 August also marks the day Malta was saved from starvation and critically low supply of fuel during World War II, with the arrival of British-manned American convoys
Frustration mounts as Gżira's Manoel de Vilhena Street roadworks stall for months
Residents protest roadworks which have been ongoing for more than 15 months
Met Office: Strong wind warning expected on Saturday morning

Bathers advised to take caution over the weekend, as Met Office expected...

Bathers advised to take caution over the weekend, as...

Standards czar urges implementation of government advertising guidelines

Standards for Public Life Commissioner is urging the implementation of existent guidelines so no doubt can be cast again on similar cases

Standards for Public Life Commissioner is urging the...

Revoke Netta Barzilai’s EuroPride invitation, organisations urge

Maltese organisations express their disappointment over the invitation...

Maltese organisations express their disappointment...

GWU issues directives to Air Malta workers

General Workers’ Union issues directives to Air Malta employees after...

General Workers’ Union issues directives to Air Malta...

Minister tells Speaker Air Malta chairman takes additional €10,000 in director’s fee

Finance minister Clyde Caruana writes to Speaker over information omitted in reply to PQ about Air Malta chairman salary

Finance minister Clyde Caruana writes to Speaker over...

Palumbo dumped grit under cement platform, planning appeals tribunal finds

But Tribunal has asked Planning Authority to correct enforcement notice by removing reference to breach of waste regulations in its notice

But Tribunal has asked Planning Authority to correct...

Qormi health centre undergoes temporary closure for ‘internal modernisation’

The Qormi health centre undergoes a temporary closure starting from Monday. Patients with appointments scheduled beyond Sunday will be contacted by the...

The Qormi health centre undergoes a temporary closure...

Tourism pick-up could exceed pre-COVID 2019 numbers, hoteliers hope

MHRA president Tony Zahra: “Given the size of our country, we must...

MHRA president Tony Zahra: “Given the size of...

Standards Committee publishes report that found Michael Farrugia breached ethics

Michael Farrugia contends it was an inter-ministerial committee that proposed Mrieħel be added as a high-rise zone as parliament’s Standards Committee...

Michael Farrugia contends it was an inter-ministerial...

Roman-era structure discovered close to Domus Romana

Although evidence suggests domestic use, the area uncovered so far is still too...

Although evidence suggests domestic use, the area uncovered...

Government wants to postpone electricity distribution liberalisation to 2035

A derogation blocking private companies from competing with Enemalta in electricity distribution will expire in 2027 but may be extended until 2035 if the...

A derogation blocking private companies from competing with...

Energy liberalisation: How PN threw a lifeline to a sinking government

Analysis | Has the opposition thrown a lifeline to the government by coming up with a controversial proposal to liberalise energy distribution while taking the...

Analysis | Has the opposition thrown a lifeline to the...

Sliema residents appeal Stivala’s 11-storey hotel permit

Residents refer to local plan policy limiting new hotels in Sliema to...

Residents refer to local plan policy limiting new hotels in...

Eight multiple winners in VAT lottery (and naturally, one parish priest)

​Malta’s monthly VAT fiscal receipt lottery, a draw for VAT receipts that gives prize-winners a multiple of 10 times the amount spent, produced eight...

​Malta’s monthly VAT fiscal receipt lottery, a draw...

Fossil fuels account for 86% of energy from interconnector

Only 9% of imported electricity generated from renewable energy while 12% is by...

Only 9% of imported electricity generated from renewable...

Report into Mater Dei Hospital’s 50-minute power cut incident concluded

The state hospital was left without electricity between 1:30am and 2:15am on Tuesday morning, as the generators failed to kick in

The state hospital was left without electricity...

Sofia public inquiry: Wide-ranging terms of reference will focus on construction laws, land transfer

Terms of references published: The inquiry board will look at the allocation of land to the developers of the construction site, and whether current...

Terms of references published: The inquiry board will look...

Worker injured after lift falls in government building

Sources tell MaltaToday that maintenance was being done on one of the...

Sources tell MaltaToday that maintenance was being...