Over 400 individuals in Malta receiving HIV treatment
According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control Malta is the only country where all individuals known to have the virus are receiving treatment
Satabank to get new owners
A group of investors have indicated an interest in purchasing the bank, which was ordered to cease business activity by the MFSA last year
Nationalist MP claims Air Malta owes Enemed €20 million

Beppe Fenech Adami insisted in parliament that the nation had a right to know...

Beppe Fenech Adami insisted in parliament that the nation...

Maltese citizens should be able to vote abroad, PD says

Partit Demokratiku has called for Maltese voters aboard to be given the right...

Partit Demokratiku has called for Maltese voters aboard to...

[WATCH] Construction: We asked people what they think

MaltaToday asked people in Sliema how they felt about the level of construction...

MaltaToday asked people in Sliema how they felt about the...

Police summoned in leaked FIAU documents investigation

A number of police officers have been summoned by Magistrate Aaron Bugeja

A number of police officers have been summoned by...

Updated | GRECO report: 'Malta clearly lacks integrity standards for government officials'

The damning report published its scathing remarks on the lack of sanctions for top government officials

The damning report published its scathing remarks on the...

Maltese army only has 100 women soldiers

Women make up less than 6% of the Armed Forces of Malta complement with the highest ranked female soldier being a lieutenant colonel 

Women make up less than 6% of the Armed Forces of Malta...

PN files motion to annul postponement of administrative committee elections

The Nationalist Party accused the government of trying to weaken local governments

The Nationalist Party accused the government of trying to...

Parliament approves George Vella’s appointment, thanks President for her work

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said he had no doubt that Vella was the best possible person to be Malta’s head of state at the current moment

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said he had no doubt that...

Standards Commissioner finds no ethical breach in Prime Minister’s Girgenti party

The Standards Commissioner noted in his decision that just because something is not to some people’s taste does not necessarily mean it is unethical

The Standards Commissioner noted in his decision that just...

Gżira has been hijacked by businesses, AD warns

Accessible and safe infrastructure for people does not feature in the...

Accessible and safe infrastructure for people does not...

[WATCH] Inclusion is not easy and will require sacrifice by entire community, education minister says

Speaking at the launch of national inclusion policy for the education sector, Evarist Bartolo insisted that communities should strive to learn from each other...

Speaking at the launch of national inclusion policy for the...

Nationalist Party hits back at finance minister on government deficit

The PN also denied having having leaked a draft Moneyval report, insisting the...

The PN also denied having having leaked a draft Moneyval...

[WATCH] Boat catches fire in Kalkara marina

The boat reportedly exploded before being consumed by flames

The boat reportedly exploded before being consumed by flames

PD will boycott parliamentary vote set to approve George Vella as president

The Democratic Party’s protest is directed at government’s refusal to have the president appointed by a two-thirds parliamentary majority

The Democratic Party’s protest is directed at...

40 years of Freedom Day: Tables turned on the colonial masters?

1979-2019. Sweet historical revenge for Malta: a seat at the EU table from...

1979-2019. Sweet historical revenge for Malta: a seat at...

Developers pay €3.6 million for failing to provide 2,000 parking spaces

Developers have been forced to pay a total of €3.6 million in contributions for developments in St Julian's and Sliema, after failing to provide 1,941...

Developers have been forced to pay a total of €3.6...

Migrant women struggling to get work permits

Migrant women struggle to secure work permits, despite the desire to work,...

Migrant women struggle to secure work permits, despite the...

Votes will be counted electronically after major parties agree on manual checks

A law to introduce electronic counting at elections will have to be passed this week because the European Parliament elections writ has to be issued in...

A law to introduce electronic counting at elections will...