PN says energy distribution should be liberalised
Among nine proposals, the Nationalist Party proposed the liberalisation of the distribution network, stating that this would lead to competition, and better efficiency
Economic sentiment decreased in June: European Commission survey
Sentiment falls across all sectors, bar the services sector, with the strongest decline recorded in the construction sector
Malta bakes in hot weather: Temperatures set to rise to 42°C by Sunday

A high of 42°C is expected for the coming weekend, the met office says, as a number of localities are still reporting power outages during this strong...

A high of 42°C is expected for the coming weekend, the...

PN calls for Attorney General's resignation after passing information to government

PN MP Karol Aquilina has called for Victoria Buttigieg's resignation after passing on information related to the magisterial inquiry into Jean Paul...

PN MP Karol Aquilina has called for...

Former Labour PM, President emeritus want Malta out of NATO PfP

Alfred Sant and Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca join open letter to Prime Minister...

Alfred Sant and Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca join open letter...

Nationalist Party proposes restructuring of Skola Sajf

PN Education spokesperson says service provided has consistently fallen short...

PN Education spokesperson says service provided has...

Libyan militia carried out pullback in Maltese SAR – reports

Libyan militia brigade carried out at least two pullbacks in the Mediterranean...

Libyan militia brigade carried out at least two pullbacks...

Despite number of power cut reports, Enemalta says most disruptions have been resolved

Enemalta says Msida, Vittoriosa, Cospicua, Kalkara and Zabbar will be reconnected to the grid soon as ongoing repairs are completed today

Enemalta says Msida, Vittoriosa, Cospicua, Kalkara and...

Fewer students report being bullied regularly in school

International study shows that percentage of students in Maltese schools who...

International study shows that percentage of students in...

Three passengers faint on Air Malta flight due to extreme heat and faulty air conditioning

Extreme temperatures and an air-conditioning fault caused three passengers to lose consciousness while on flight KM614 from Malta to Rome

Extreme temperatures and an air-conditioning fault caused...

Enemalta cannot guarantee power cuts will not continue as heatwave persists

Enemalta says with a heatwave still in full swing it cannot guarantee there will be no future interruptions • Żurrieq worst hit

Enemalta says with a heatwave still in full swing it cannot...

Malta Chamber: Country is in a ‘nose-dive’ and its leadership needs to step up

Malta Chamber says government should stop trying to please everyone at once and prioritise the long-term national interest over immediate partisan interests

Malta Chamber says government should stop trying to please...

PM should not have known about extension of Sofia inquiry – Chamber of Advocates

Lawyers’ lobby questions how the Prime Minister knew of the extension when such information is only handed to the Attorney General

Lawyers’ lobby questions how the Prime Minister knew...

President’s wife Miriam Vella admitted to Mater Dei Hospital

Miriam Vella, spouse of the President of the Republic, felt unwell...

Miriam Vella, spouse of the President of the...

‘Malta just like Pakistan’ says MP as Enemalta sheds load by disconnecting power

Nationalist MP Mark Anthony Sammut says Enemelta intentionally disconnecting various areas from electricity to prevent the system from collapsing

Nationalist MP Mark Anthony Sammut says...

Thousands left fuming after third night of power cuts

Number of localities experience power cuts for third night in a row •...

Number of localities experience power cuts for third night...

Deciphering Abela’s U-turn: Not pig-headed but brusque

‘The government will no longer remain a hostage to the courts,’...

‘The government will no longer remain a hostage to...

Abela denies U-turn on Jean Paul Sofia public inquiry

Prime Minister Robert Abela says the government position was always clear in...

Prime Minister Robert Abela says the government position...

Power outages due to cable faults, not overloads – Enemalta CEO

Enemalta CEO Jonathan Cardona says recent power outages are largely down to...

Enemalta CEO Jonathan Cardona says recent power outages are...

European Commission to restart hiring process following Agius Saliba's complaint to Ombudsman

The issue is centred around the role of Economic Analyst within the European Semester Officer’s office based in Malta, which was occupied by a...

The issue is centred around the role of Economic...