Air Malta pilots have given notice that with effect from midnight, they can resort to industrial actions. It is understood that the Pilots’ Union ALPA… Read more
Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Sudan’s capital Khartoum on Sunday in the largest mass demonstration since the deadly crackdown on … Read more
Turkey says six of its nationals are being held by forces of Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar and warns there will be consequences if they were … Read more
Families grieving the tragic loss of a child will no longer have to meet the costs of their burial or cremation, as a result of … Read more
UK: Newborn, whose birth was induced after his 8-month pregnant mother was stabbed to death, in critical condition
A boy whose birth was induced after his mother was stabbed to death is in critical condition.
Kelly-Mary Fauvrelle, 26, was around eight months pregnant … Read more
The leaders of the European Union are meeting Sunday for talks on nominations for the EU’s top jobs at the Special European Council in Brussels, … Read more
Boris Johnson, the likely next U.K. prime minister, said if the U.K. doesn’t leave the European Union on October 31, the two main British parties … Read more
Over 7,500 children have been killed or wounded in Yemen in the last 5 1/2 years as a result of airstrikes, shelling, fighting, suicide attacks, … Read more
Kulħadd says that there are currently more job vacancies than unemployed posing a challenge to employers. The paper says that Malta has the … Read more
The Maltese government to announce a major upgrade of the Marsa racehorse track: The Headlines – Illum
Illum contacts all MPs in the PN parliamentary group to ask them whether they think leader Adrian Delia should step aside. The paper said … Read more
American company HID Global has acquired a part of De La Rue and will now take over the passport printing services in Malta: The Headlines – It-Torca
It-Torċa reports on the employment situation within the public sector where services are provided by private companies. The paper says that employees contracted by the … Read more
MUT president Marco Bonnici expresses concerns about the shortage on teachers and that it will affect more subjects next year: The Headlines – Il-Mument
Il-Mument carries an interview with Union of Teachers president Marco Bonnici who expressed concerns about the shortage on teachers. The president predicts that the situation … Read more
Shoreline Holdings are paying a €32 million premium for a lease of 99 years retroactive from 2007 to sub-lease a part of Smart City: The Headlines – Malta Today
Malta Today leads with a threat of industrial action by the Airline Pilots Association as Air Malta pilots demands assurances of an early retirement scheme. … Read more
MFSA has written to BOV to implement urgent changes related to risk management: The Headlines – The Sunday Times
The Sunday Times reveals that the Malta Financial Services Authority has written to Bank of Valletta to implement urgent changes related to risk management. The … Read more
Maltese candidates spent more than €115,000 on 4,500 adverts for EP elections in May: The Headlines : The Independent on Sunday
The Independent on Sunday publishes figures by Facebook on social media advertising spend of EP election candidates. Maltese candidates spent more than €115,000 on 4,500 … Read more
Clients of Satabank are still awaiting funds approximately eight months down the line since its accounts were frozen by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), … Read more
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met Sunday at the Demilitarized Zone. He became the first US President to cross into North … Read more
MaltaToday reports that the Airline Pilots Association has voted in favour of industrial action, threatening a full-blown strike to leave Air Malta planes grounded, unless the … Read more
These are the main stories on Malta’s front-pages.
The Sunday Times reveals that the Malta Financial Services Authority has written to Bank of … Read more
The Middle East Monitor reports that Algeria’s security forces launched a campaign of arrests in Algerian capital Algiers after large demonstrations began after Friday prayer.… Read more
Hundreds of firefighters and 10 aircraft have been battling to contain wildfires in southern France after a stifling heatwave brought record-breaking temperatures of 45.9C. Spain … Read more
Amsterdam city council is taking a critical look at the effect of festivals on the city and plans to set up a special commission … Read more
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Aylan Kurdi’s family is feeling heartbroken and … Read more
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) reports that 27,834 migrants and refugees have entered Europe by sea through 1 May, roughly a 35 per cent … Read more
A ship carrying 69 containers of waste mislabeled as plastic recyclables returned to Canada on Saturday from the Philippines.
The incident sparked a diplomatic dispute … Read more
The Libya Observer reports that a spokesperson of Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar, Ahmed Al-Mismari, threatened to arrest Turkish citizens and attack Turkish companies and interests … Read more
Theresa May urged the Tory party to stick to its traditional values as she called on her successor to maintain her approach to “co-operation … Read more
Vaccines save millions of lives, and yet misinformation, limited availability and inadequate access to services have left large numbers of children in jeopardy, prompting the … Read more
This was not how Rabaa al-Shamaa imagined the birth of her fifth child. Out in an open field near the Syrian-Turkish border, the expectant mother … Read more
Update 1805h : Bank of Valletta announced that the technical issues that were being encountered earlier in the day have been rectified and the cards … Read more
Libyan government fighters discovered a cache of powerful American missiles, usually sold only to close American allies, at a captured rebel base in the mountains … Read more
Facebook’s spokesperson, Nick Clegg, says he has found no evidence of a significant attempt by “outside forces” to sway the Brexit referendum. The former Liberal … Read more
Two nights, 20 candidates, four hours and one unforgettable collision between former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Kamala Harris.
The New York… Read more
Sign language interpreter who signed along to Stormzy at Glastonbury, to make music accessible to deaf members of the audience, goes viral
A video of a sign language interpreter signing along to Stormzy during his headline set at Glastonbury on Friday night has gone viral.
Tara Asher … Read more
Preidents and other world leaders and political figures who use Twitter to threaten or abuse others could find their tweets slapped with warning labels.
The … Read more
Theresa May has raised concerns about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the humanitarian cost of the conflict in Yemen during a face-to-face meeting with … Read more
The Lord does not work miracles with those who consider themselves righteous, but with those who know themselves to be needy – Pope Francis
As Bishop of Rome, Pope Francis on Saturday celebrated the feast of the Patrons of this ancient city, Saints Peter and Paul. Dressed in red … Read more
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday said she had “nothing special to report” about her health.
Merkel was seen shaking at two separate public events … Read more
The Financial Times reports how Air Italy, a relatively small Italian airline has become the latest source of tension in the increasingly frayed relationship between … Read more