Gozo minister insists airfield pledge will be fulfilled as consultation closes
An application with the Planning Authority will be submitted in the coming weeks
Demotivation within police force jeopardising national security, says PN
PN said that Maltese and Gozitan residents are feeling less secure and have less confidence in the police force
Malta spared by deadly heatwave gripping large parts of Europe

Malta is finding itself to be one of the cooler places to visit in Western and...

Malta is finding itself to be one of the cooler places to...

Children’s therapeutic centre gets €700,000 injection from passport money fund

Passport money part-finances Richmond Foundation project for therapeutic centre for children with severe and challenging behaviour

Passport money part-finances Richmond Foundation project...

‘Stupid to cap Comino tourists,’ says Captain Morgan owner Zammit Tabona

One tourism operator’s opposition to limiting Comino visitors: ‘Every 10 years or so some idiot brings up such an idea… We can’t...

One tourism operator’s opposition to limiting Comino...

Majority of people disagree with legal notices extending music playing time in Valletta

A Polar/Illum survey shows that almost 60% are unsupportive of government's move to extend playing time till 1am

A Polar/Illum survey shows that almost 60% are unsupportive...

Pilatus arrest warrants issued in January as waiting game beckons

International arrest warrants for Ali Sadr Hasheminejad sent to United...

International arrest warrants for Ali Sadr...

‘I had no say in Cuschieri cancellation’, says head of One Productions

“I had no say in this decision. I was not even consulted. All political programmes on One Radio and One TV have always been under the Labour...

“I had no say in this decision. I was not even...

Union warns shabby police stations hit morale: ‘They resemble horror houses’

St Julian’s may be known as Malta’s ‘Golden Mile’ because of the massive private investment in the area but its police station...

St Julian’s may be known as Malta’s...

Polidano interrogated again over suspected corruption, maintains his innocence

Charles Polidano, known as Iċ-Ċaqnu, says he has provided police with documentation to rebut suggestions that he and his son engaged in...

Charles Polidano, known as Iċ-Ċaqnu, says he...

Malta referred to EU court for failing to comply with rules on data link services

Data link systems are used to send information between aircraft and air traffic controllers

Data link systems are used to send information between...

PN insists on introducing weekly prime minister's question time in parliament

The proposal would mimick a weekly fixture in UK parliament where the prime minister responds to questions from other MPs

The proposal would mimick a weekly fixture in UK...

PN deputy leader election on 30 July

Alex Perici Calascione will be running on his own for the post of deputy leader in an election that will be held at the end of the month

Alex Perici Calascione will be running on his own for the...

Air Malta forced to reschedule London Heathrow flights as airport struggles with capacity

London's Heathrow airport tells airlines to stop selling seats as it struggles with capacity problems • Air Malta reschedules two flights by...

London's Heathrow airport tells airlines to stop...

Bernard Grech calls PBS ‘Robert Abela’s TV’, calls for effective monitoring by Broadcasting Authority

Opposition leader Bernard Grech slams PBS, BA after court finds Nationalist Party's rights were breached

Opposition leader Bernard Grech slams PBS, BA after...

Labour youth president calls for discussion on sexual health, bodily autonomy

Forum Żgħażagħ Laburisti President Georvin Bugeja spearheads call for action on ‘uncomfortable’ issues as he speaks of sexual health and bodily...

Forum Żgħażagħ Laburisti President Georvin Bugeja...

From divorce to IVF, the change decade which kept the PN breathless

Since the watershed divorce referendum, the PN found itself defining itself in...

Since the watershed divorce referendum, the PN found itself...

Pope Francis appoints Cardinal Mario Grech to body that vets new bishops

Cardinal Mario Grech will now have a say in the appointment of new bishops

Cardinal Mario Grech will now have a say in the appointment...

Women, parents, rights organisations lambast ‘disappointing’ parental leave rules

“Expecting parents to live on a pay of €21.85 a day is beyond unrealistic. Such conditions will not only put off fathers from taking this leave, but...

“Expecting parents to live on a pay of €21.85 a...

PN calls for special anti-corruption magistrate after EU rule of law assessment

PN justice spokesperson Karol Aquilina lambasts government’s ‘failure’ in the justice sector following the European Commission’s...

PN justice spokesperson Karol Aquilina lambasts...