Bernard Grech makes last-ditch effort before vote on inquiry into Sofia death
Grech lambasts government's 'stubbornness' regarding the appointment of a public inquiry into Sofia's death, while stating 'the Opposition will vote strongly...
Study plans to unlock secrets of Maltese genetic makeup
A research project plans to unlock the secrets of the Maltese genome and enable researchers to study the impact of genetic variations on disease
Faulty electoral counting earns denied MP €76,000 in taxpayers’ cash

Edwin Vassallo, former Nationalist MP denied a seat in the 2013 elections, wins €76,000 in compensation

Edwin Vassallo, former Nationalist MP denied a seat in the...

BCRS reaches 100 million beverage container mark

Consumers have successfully deposited 100 million beverage containers using the...

Consumers have successfully deposited 100 million beverage...

Valletta soup kitchen run by Franciscan Friars awarded European Citizen’s Prize

The Franciscan Friars began operating the Soup Kitchen OFM Valletta project in 2021, soon after inflation of food prices drove those on the periphery to seek...

The Franciscan Friars began operating the Soup Kitchen OFM...

Repubblika condemns Speaker's vote against ethics breach report

The rule-of-law NGO argues that Speaker Anġlu Farrugia is perpetuating a...

The rule-of-law NGO argues that Speaker Anġlu Farrugia is...

Research on Malta’s blended families finds some golden advice... from children

Children from blended families urge parents to be civil and to prioritise them over their self-interests, greed and jealousy

Children from blended families urge parents to be...

Malta supports sanctions against ‘shadow’ tankers moving Russian oil

​Malta is supporting a fresh round of sanctions against Russia intended to clamp down on a fleet of ageing tankers transporting Russian oil across the world

​Malta is supporting a fresh round of sanctions against...

Malta still napping on anti-trafficking clampdown

Lack of regulation on commercial sex and fraudulent labour practices mar...

Lack of regulation on commercial sex and fraudulent labour...

Speaker votes against standards report on ethical breaches in taxpayer-funded adverts

Speaker Anġlu Farrugia's decisive vote against the adoption of a report revealing ethical breaches by 18 ministers in taxpayer-funded advertisements has...

Speaker Anġlu Farrugia's decisive vote against the...

Over 80,000 homes powered by renewable energy in 2022

Malta experienced a significant increase in electricity generation from...

Malta experienced a significant increase in electricity...

New government platform provides quality Maltese translations free of charge

A new platform ‘traduzzjoni.mt’ combines data from the Maltese public administration, including the Laws of Malta, to provide quality translations...

A new platform ‘traduzzjoni.mt’ combines data...

Amnesty International slams Malta authorities for watering down abortion bill

The international human rights group has slammed Maltese authorities for watering down Bill 28, which decriminalises abortion only when the woman’s life...

The international human rights group has slammed Maltese...

The mountain and the mouse: 5 reasons why abortion U-turn has diminished Abela

JAMES DEBONO explores five political ramifications of Abela’s decision to water down Bill 28, which is now welcomed by the conservative groups which had...

JAMES DEBONO explores five political ramifications of...

Nurses’ agreement nears conclusion, but union wants to wait for ECG technicians

Union insists that a collective agreement for nurses hinges on government presenting another collective agreement for electrocardiogram (ECG) technicians

Union insists that a collective agreement for nurses hinges...

Rosianne Cutajar voices opposition to new abortion Bill

Independent MP suggests other members of government’s parliamentary group...

Independent MP suggests other members of government’s...

[IN PHOTOS] Mnarja festival officially opened in Buskett

Hundreds expected to attend the annual festival on Thursday and Friday

Hundreds expected to attend the annual festival on Thursday...

Police remove banner demanding justice for Jean Paul Sofia outside Floriana headquarters

Nationalist MP Eve Borg Bonello calls out removal of protest banner saying it is ‘completely unacceptable’

Nationalist MP Eve Borg Bonello calls out removal of...

Parliament unanimously approves new abortion legal amendment

Abortion on health grounds to be allowed but only if medical complication can...

Abortion on health grounds to be allowed but only if...

Six more beaches to start welcoming dogs this summer

The new addition brings the total number of dog-friendly beaches to 16, 12...

The new addition brings the total number of...