St Paul's Bay sees highest number of new dwellings for third consecutive quarter
A regional breakdown indicates a 6.5% decrease in the number of new dwellings approved in Malta, while in Gozo, there was a more substantial decrease of 35.5% when compared...
Maltese pro-choice campaigner named on BBC’s list of 100 most inspirational and influential women
Family medicine specialist and co-founder of pro-choice NGO Doctors for Choice Natalie Psaila has been named on BBC’s list of 100 most inspirational and influential women...
Fuel subsidies till 2026 – is this feasible?

​Government will spend around €320 million in fuel subsidies every year...

​Government will spend around €320 million in fuel...

Grant for roof insulation, double glazing renewed with double the budget

Grant applicants can get funding for 50% of the costs of roof insulation and double-glazed doors and windows

Grant applicants can get funding for 50% of the costs of...

Works on airport ring road start next Monday

Heading to the airport? Use the Vjal l-Avjazzjoni diversion to access the...

Heading to the airport? Use the Vjal l-Avjazzjoni diversion...

Teachers, LSEs to strike on 27 November after collective agreement talks fall through

Malta Union of Teachers issues directive for a single-day strike on 27 November, affecting state and church schools after collective agreement talks break down...

Malta Union of Teachers issues directive for a single-day...

Caruana banks on tax collection to balance out social outlay and growth

Finance minister Clyde Caruana seals a tradition of Labour administrations that have eschewed tax increases. As long as his taxman collects all that’s...

Finance minister Clyde Caruana seals a tradition of Labour...

State officials deny power to intervene in hospitals deal, State Advocate cites government instructions

In their reply to the Nationalist Party, the State General and the police chief say they have no power to take action over hospitals'...

In their reply to the Nationalist Party, the State...

PN files motion for the creation of parliamentary committee for justice

The Opposition is proposing the creation of a parliamentary committee for justice, which follows a model similar to the Public Accounts Committee

The Opposition is proposing the creation of a parliamentary...

Baby-gang bother: social media hypes up troublesome teens

It’s a story which has spanned for hundreds of years. Elder generations...

It’s a story which has spanned for hundreds of years....

Maltese festa set to join UNESCO’s list of intangible cultural heritage

Culture Minister Owen Bonnici tables UNESCO technical committee’s favourable recommendation to have the Maltese village festa recognised as an intangible...

Culture Minister Owen Bonnici tables UNESCO technical...

Controversial road signs in Santa Venera were requested by council despite mayor’s complaints on social media

Signage in Triq l-Msida which has angered Santa Venera residents was erected on council’s request, despite mayor’s now-deleted complaints on...

Signage in Triq l-Msida which has angered Santa Venera...

Enemalta grants consent to developer’s application on its land in Qajjenza

Enemalta confirms its title on the land in Qajjenza has not been transferred to a businessperson who has filed a zoning application to build residential units...

Enemalta confirms its title on the land in Qajjenza has not...

Government wins second arbitration decision in Steward deal

The International Chamber of Commerce decrees again in government’s...

The International Chamber of Commerce decrees again in...

Carnival King Pawlu Curmi 'l-Pampalun' dies at 92

Pawlu Curmi 'l-Pampalun,' often described as the King of Maltese...

Pawlu Curmi 'l-Pampalun,' often described as...

Beware vishing and smishing: regulator vows to fight scam calls

MCA exploring ways of filtering out scam calls and SMS spoofing that target...

MCA exploring ways of filtering out scam calls and SMS...

Maltese workers work an average of 33.8 hours a week

Despite enjoying more leave and public holidays, Maltese workers still work...

Despite enjoying more leave and public holidays, Maltese...

Silvio Grixti breaks silence on disability benefits scandal

Former Labour MP breaks silence, points fingers at Nationalist MP implicated in...

Former Labour MP breaks silence, points fingers at...

Three-quarters of 16-17 year olds continued studying at post-secondary level

There were 28,645 students enrolled in post-secondary and tertiary level courses, the NSO says of which 21% are foreigners

There were 28,645 students enrolled in post-secondary and...

Prisons agency ‘mistakenly’ paid Alex Dalli’s legal expenses for libels he lost against MaltaToday, Illum

Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri says costs had been incorrectly paid by the agency, but have since been refunded

Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri says costs had been...