Temping agency reform should aim for equal pay and social protection, NGO says
Żminijietna - Voice of the Left advocated for temporary agency workers to be entitled to join a union while welcoming the reform
S&P notes Maltese economy's growth will surpass that of European peers, Abela says
In a post on social media, Prime Minister Robert Abela said S&P Global Ratings noted that Malta's economic growth was possible due to stable energy prices
From Black Friday to Black Month

Black Friday has evolved into a month of discount shopping as consumers seek savings for their holiday purchases but are the discounts real?

Black Friday has evolved into a month of discount shopping...

Feminist activists demand end to culture of violence against women

Feminist activists hold protest march for the International Day for the...

Feminist activists hold protest march for the International...

Are you being served your fiscal receipt?

Inspections find 249 cases of restaurants, kiosks and cafeterias in breach of...

Inspections find 249 cases of restaurants, kiosks and...

Ban sale of vapes in supermarkets and stationeries, say campaigners

Anti-poverty campaigners say ban on tobacco use for young generations must be...

Anti-poverty campaigners say ban on tobacco use for young...

Grech: Women at risk with domestic violence sittings’ backlog stretching into 2025

PN leader Bernard Grech says government wastes cash in Budget publiclity videos when it should be investing in solving judicial backlog of cases

PN leader Bernard Grech says government wastes cash in...

Abela on energy subsidies: ‘We gave our word in 2014: prices will remain stable’

Prime Minister Robert Abela says Labour will keep energy prices stable with subsidies despite warnings from Brussels and IMF to start cutting down on...

Prime Minister Robert Abela says Labour will keep energy...

[ANALYSIS] Is Bernard Grech opening the floodgates for Norman Lowell?

With MEP elections looming on the horizon, Bernard Grech tries to milk the...

With MEP elections looming on the horizon, Bernard Grech...

As Europe goes green we will all pay a hefty price

Carbon tax on shipping next January will translate into higher cargo costs

Carbon tax on shipping next January will translate into...

‘Nothing more than a glorified monument to cars,’ says Sandra Gauci on Msida flyover

ADPD – The Green Party said that planning is still car-centric rather than people-centric

ADPD – The Green Party said that planning is still...

George Vella 'hopes' that these are the last months of his presidency

President Vella said he believes that peace in the Middle East could never be...

President Vella said he believes that peace in the Middle...

Updated | Elderly woman, 80, dies after getting caught under coach wheels in Ħal Far

The victim lost her life after she was hit by the coach she was getting down from

The victim lost her life after she was hit by the coach she...

Energy subsidies could keep inflation from slowing down – Central Bank governor

Central Bank governor Edward Scicluna says energy subsidies keep domestic demand up but this could also be countering ‘disinflationary’ measures

Central Bank governor Edward Scicluna says energy subsidies...

[WATCH] Shoppers unimpressed with local Black Friday deals

Shoppers who spoke to MaltaToday during a vox pop in Sliema’s...

Shoppers who spoke to MaltaToday during a vox pop in...

Rosianne Cutajar says ethics complaint on her ITS consultancy dropped by Standards Commissioner

Former Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar says the commissioner has dropped investigations into a government consultancy awarded to her in 2019

Former Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar says the commissioner has...

Sociology professor Ronald Sultana passes away aged 65

Recognized as one of Malta's eminent scholars in sociology and a leading...

Recognized as one of Malta's eminent scholars in...

Teachers' strike to go ahead, MUT says

Malta Union of Teachers says teachers’ strike will go ahead, despite Education Ministry warning it will stop sectoral agreement talks if they do

Malta Union of Teachers says teachers’ strike will go...

Three new active ageing centres for Kottonera elderly

Three new centres in Bormla, Birgu and Kalkara will offer a recreational space...

Three new centres in Bormla, Birgu and Kalkara will offer a...

IMF says Malta must prepare exit strategy on generous energy, fuel subsidies

Maltese citizens must be weened off subsidies to be able to focus on energy savings and efficiency and meet challenge of persistent inflation till 2025

Maltese citizens must be weened off subsidies to be able to...