MCESD chair: Malta’s construction industry is 20 years behind the average EU country
MCESD chairman David Xuereb speaks to MaltaToday on the need for a new economic vision while recapping the last meeting of social partners
1959 nuclear attack on Malta would have wiped out 143,000 people
Nuclear attack estimates from 1959 released by National Archives of Malta map out blast radius of 1 megaton nuclear bomb explosion on harbour area and total dead and casualties
Bank of Valletta announces new US dollar correspondent

Bank of Valletta said the addition of Citi for US Dollar correspondent...

Bank of Valletta said the addition of Citi for US...

MAM sounds warning on overdevelopment, calls for more investment in health infrastructure

The Medical Association of Malta welcomes the increased investment in electric distribution network but says that rampant development has put great...

The Medical Association of Malta welcomes the...

Climate change agency was proposed 15 years ago... and governments slept on it

Management consultant David Spiteri Gingell publishes a report proposing the setting up of the Malta Climate Change Agency back in 2009

Management consultant David Spiteri Gingell publishes a...

[WATCH] No apology from energy minister over power cuts

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli says 'power cuts were not acceptable before,...

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli says 'power cuts were not...

Labour in denial, Nationalists proposing new problems on electricity, ADPD says

Green Party says major parties have no clue on how to manage energy sector

Green Party says major parties have no clue on how to...

Government to set up climate change authority

After power cut crisis, Prime Minister announces government will be doubling...

After power cut crisis, Prime Minister announces government...

Sion Grech family to sue State for compensation over acquittal of Marsa murderers

Family of Sion Grech, stabbed 17 times and left to die in a field in Marsa, to sue the State for botched investigation that lasted 18 years and led to...

Family of Sion Grech, stabbed 17 times and left to die in a...

PN says energy distribution should be liberalised

Among nine proposals, the Nationalist Party proposed the liberalisation of the...

Among nine proposals, the Nationalist Party proposed the...

Economic sentiment decreased in June: European Commission survey

Sentiment falls across all sectors, bar the services sector, with the strongest...

Sentiment falls across all sectors, bar the services...

Public health association concerned over strain on Malta’s healthcare infrastructure

Malta Association of Public Health Medicine says country needs a well-resourced plan to assess and improve the capacity of all its critical infrastructure

Malta Association of Public Health Medicine says country...

Study to determine how to make businesses separate waste

Government experts want a study on how to make businesses getting a free ride...

Government experts want a study on how to make businesses...

Grech blames Labour government for power outages crisis

Bernard Grech attributes the recent spate of power outages to a decision...

Bernard Grech attributes the recent spate of power...

ADPD demand resignation of energy minister, independent inquiry into power cuts

ADPD Chairperson Sandra Gauci says powercuts is a symptom of a ‘sick system based on cheap labour and nepotism’

ADPD Chairperson Sandra Gauci says powercuts is a symptom...

Architect in factory collapse that killed Jean Paul Sofia is suspended from roads agency

Architect Adriana Zammit has been suspended on half by Infrastructure Malta after being charged with the involuntary homicide of Jean Paul Sofia

Architect Adriana Zammit has been suspended on half by...

Country lost €200 million from power cuts, Nationalist Party says

Nationalist Party says power cuts cost Malta €200 million over past 10 days

Nationalist Party says power cuts cost Malta €200...

Blackouts: cooler temperatures allow speedier repairs on Enemalta grid

Enemalta speeds up repair works as the number of faults on new high-voltage underground cables decreas

Enemalta speeds up repair works as the number of faults on...

Air Malta announces more flight cancellations to Catania

A number of flights to and from Catania on the 28, 29, 30 and 31 July have been...

A number of flights to and from Catania on the 28, 29, 30...

Government launches public consultation on stone mason licensing

Under proposed reforms, existing builders holding a mason's licence will...

Under proposed reforms, existing builders holding a...