Business Today reports that Air Malta is currently operating three of its 10 aircraft to serve 22 destinations. The airline predicts that it will take … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports that the tax authorities have recovered over €14 million from investigations into 163 cases linked to the Panama Papers. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna … Read more
L-Orizzont announces that the General Workers Union registered an industrial dispute with the Water Services Corporation over delays in the finalisation of a new collective … Read more
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The Malta Business Weekly says that the EU Commission intends to put pressure on low-tax members, including Malta. The Commission … Read more
Final works have been taken place over the 3 flyovers in the Marsa Junction project. In a news conference addressed by Minister Ian Borg and … Read more
Malta and Italy alike are washing their hands off a group of 23 asylum seekers in distress who are presently close to Lampedusa, according to … Read more
Malta registered no new cases of Coronavirus between Tuesday and Wednesday, while one new recovery was registered.
It means that the number of active cases … Read more
The State’s anti-corruption body will be given more powers and its autonomy strengthened under a “root and branch” reform being debated in Parliament.
Moving the … Read more
237 Maltese tax payers were investigated in connection with the Panama Papers.
The information was revealed in a parliamentary question to Finance Minister Edward Scicluna … Read more
The PN Leader, Adrian Delia, said that according to the PN statute, the no confidence vote taken against him by the PN Executive Committee has … Read more
Malta Today says that the Office of the Prime Minister has located the missing agreement document with Vitals Global Healthcare and handed it over to … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports that PN Leader Adrian Delia lost a vote of confidence in the party’s Executive Council on Tuesday night. 47 members voted against his … Read more
The Independent says that Prime Minister Robert Abela had ordered an agreement between the Muscat administration and Vitals Global Healthcare to be found after an … Read more
L-Orizzont reports on a ‘tense’ PN executive meeting on Tuesday after Adrian Delia was retained as Opposition Leader by the President. The paper says that … Read more
Former PN Minister asks Adrian Delia to “stop abusing loyalty of paid-up members”
In a lengthy statement, Galea, who was appointed by Adrian Delia himself … Read more
In a letter to Prime Minister Robert Abela, EU Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen praised the decision taken by the Maltese Government to consult … Read more
Updated 1333 – One new coronavirus recovery, four active cases
Malta registered no new coronavirus cases for the sixth day running, the Health Department said. … Read more
Malta’s PN Leader loses executive committee confidence vote – Delia insists he will remain as party leader
Forty-seven executive committee members of the Nationalist Party expressed their no-confidence in Party Leader Adrian Delia. Thirty-five voted in his favour while one abstained.
The … Read more
A 42-year-old Philippine man, residing in St. Paul’s Bay, has succumbed to injuries following a traffic accident which happened in Paola earlier on Tuesday.
The … Read more
The Times leads with the decision by President George Vella to retain Adrian Delia as Opposition Leader. A statement by the Office of the President … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia following the President’s decision to keep him in the role of Opposition Leader. Delia said that he will continue … Read more
L-Orizzont follows the case about the murder of 25-year-old Charlene Farrugia in 2008. Accused John Paul Woods had first admitted to killing her, but then … Read more
The Malta International Airport invested in new vehicles to extinguish fires from Austria by Rosenabuer Panther 8×8. This is part of a whole investment worth … Read more
For the fourth consecutive day, no new COVID-19 cases were registered across Malta and Gozo. This resulted from 456 swab tests which is a low … Read more
Only 30% of SMEs expect to remain in operation for more than a year if the current economic situation – brought about largely as a … Read more
Nationalist MP Stephen Spiteri said he abstained when he was asked by the President on his position regarding Adrian Delia.
Spiteri was among the MPs … Read more
Malta: Parliament debates Constitutional changes to have next president elected by two-thirds majority
Parliament has started debating a Constitution change which will see the next president elected by a two-thirds majority in the House.
The Constitutional change will … Read more
PM Robert Abela said he had given an order that the memorandum of understanding which was signed with Vitals Global Healthcare about the management of … Read more
Public libraries received over 33,700 book donations in 2019, an increase of 39.7 percent from the year before. Combined with the purchase of printed and … Read more
The Independent quotes incoming passengers who raised concerns over lack of social distancing while traveling to Malta. They said that people were wearing facemasks, but … Read more
The Times reports that the European Commission is urging Malta to consider changing a proposed natural gas pipeline from Sicily to lower-carbon fuels such as … Read more
UK, Belgium, Netherlands and San Marino amongst the new countries added to Malta’s new ‘safe list’ for travel
People from the United Kingdom, Belgium, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, China, Vatican City, Rwanda, Uruguay, Slovenia, Japan, … Read more
UPDATE: Travelling corridor between Malta and Belgium established – First flights expected on July 16th
UPDATE Monday July 13th – 1420h : Travelling between Malta and Belgium is expected to resume as of 16th July, following the inclusion of Belgium … Read more
Renewed pledge for truth and justice – 1000 Days since the brutal assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Today marks 1000 days since the brutal assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
In a statement, Occupy Justice, said today marks 1000 days since … Read more
The 19 members of the PN parliamentary group said in a statement they wish to deliver a message of hope to those who have always … Read more
The flawed process that led to Vitals being granted a concession on three public hospitals is sufficient grounds for the withdrawal of the concession granted … Read more
Published on Friday, the legal notice effectively lifted the ban on travel to the United Kingdom, Belgium, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, … Read more
Rebel MPs within the Opposition want to impose on the President when it comes to using his judgement on how to apply the Constitution, amid … Read more