As the pre-qualification questionnaire concerning the concession project on the Malta-Gozo tunnel was concluded this morning, Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects, Ian Borg, … Read more
Europe’s leading human rights organization is calling for immediate action to bring to shore some 400 migrants that the Malta government transferred to chartered pleasure … Read more
Malta experienced the largest drop in retail trade across the EU when restrictive measures shut shops last April.
The volume of retail trade in Malta … Read more
The Health Ministry has confirmed that there are no new cases today of coronavirus in Malta.
It was also announced that another 14 persons have … Read more
Trust Stamp, an AI powered authentication company dual headquartered in the United States and United Kingdom, announced its intention to establish and operate a wholly … Read more
The Malta Business Weekly says Latvia and Bulgaria consider Malta as a high-risk country for the epidemic. While the Balkan country imposed a 14-day quarantine … Read more
The Times says that Prime Minister Robert Abela refused to take a public position on allegations in court against PL deputy leader Chris Cardona. Abela … Read more
In-Nazzjon says that the privatised hospitals are set to change ownership again after employees at Steward Healthcare bought out a 90 percent stake in the … Read more
The Independent speaks to Finance Minister Edward Scicluna who said he expects the tourism industry to ‘get back on its feet’ within a year and … Read more
L-Orizzont says travel agencies reported a good response from customers after the government announced the reopening of the airport from July. A tour operator said … Read more
Piling rental costs represents one of the main concerns that businesses are experiencing in this precarious time of Covid. Preserving businesses’ current condition and not … Read more
Timesofmalta.com reports that the UĦM Voice of the Workers has registered an industrial dispute with the government and ordered vulnerable workers asked to … Read more
A foundation focused on the professional development of teachers and other educators was launched by the Malta Union of Teachers on Wednesday.
The Sagħtar Foundation … Read more
Two new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Malta between yesterday and today after 1,113 swab tests had been carried out.
Public Health Superintendent … Read more
Three local councils and ten NGOs said in a statement that the fresh plans filed by the DB Group about their project in Pembroke do … Read more
Cerberus Capital Management has sold Steward Health Care System LLC – the company which owns Steward Health Care International, which runs three state hospitals in … Read more
More than 400 migrants are living aboard pleasure cruise vessels bobbing in the sea off Malta, many of them for weeks now. But for them, … Read more
Malta: Six tenders for the cleaner air project in the Grand Harbour with an average value of € 40.6m
In closing the call for the cleaner air project in the Grand Harbor, the Government agency Infrastructure Malta announced that it had received 6 tenders … Read more
71 per cent of attendants to a webinar organised by The Malta Chamber today said that COVID had to a certain extent increased stress levels … Read more
While industrial producer prices in the European Union fell by 1.9 percent between March and April, in Malta they increased by 0.5 percent. Figures by … Read more
The whole economy is going through a significant shift and one area that is constantly under scrutiny and focus is the quality of customer support … Read more
Malta Today leads with claims of unpaid work by construction workers engaged by international company TACA for the Fortina project in Tigne. The group of … Read more
The Times reports that government has no intention of releasing Libyan parallel currency seized at the freeport last year, despite pressure from Russia to return … Read more
The Independent speaks to Malta Airport CEO Alan Borg who said that social distancing technology will be introduced to keep passengers safe. Meanwhile, he said … Read more
L-Orizzont says that the General Workers Union presented a series of proposals ahead of the government’s post-Covid budget on Monday. The union wants support measures … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes the College of Pathologists who warned against a ‘false sense of security’ over the seriousness of the coronavirus. In a statement, the body … Read more
Two new cases, eight recoveries
Two new cases were identified in the past 24 hours, while eight persons have recovered. This has reduced … Read more
Following recent developments, a number of medical groups and associations criticised the Prime Ministers attitude, words which seem to dismiss the Superintendent for Public Health’s … Read more
The re-opening of the airport on the 1st of July constitutes a first important step towards the recovery of the local aviation industry and tourism … Read more
A recovery budget to be presented on June 8 is aimed to offer incentives to businesses in a bid to regenerate the economy after the … Read more
A group of Turkish builders in Malta to work on the Fortina project for Ankara-based TACA Construction have run out of money after not being … Read more
1,071 swab tests were carried out in the past 24 hours, with only one case resulted positive.
On a positive, 17 other persons recovered from … Read more
Guidelines for safe return to offices published
The Ministry of Health has issued guidelines for a safe return to offices. These stipulate that … Read more
The Malta Federation of Professional Associations (MFPA) said that on the basis of the facts provided by experts, it was highly premature to state that … Read more
The Times says that PL Deputy Leader Chris Cardona denies any involvement in the Caruana Galizia murder and denounced the testimony in court of middleman … Read more
Malta: The HomeHelp service amongst several others, have resumed and being provided to the community’s elderly
As of today, various services will be resumed in the community from Active Aging and Community Care. This was after consultation with the Public Health … Read more
Malta: Germany, Ireland, Austria among countries from where flights likely to be allowed when MIA reopens
After Prime Minister Robert Abela on Sunday revealed that the Malta International Airport (MIA) will reopen on July 1, it was reported that Malta is … Read more
There is a small portion of the population who had no respect for the sacrifices being made and the Prime Minister decided to provide them … Read more
This morning, Yorgen Fenech was in Court once again to continue hearing the compilation of evidence against him in the case of the murder of … Read more
Malta only registered one new case of COVID-19 and three recoveries overnight as the number of active cases dropped to 73.
The information was disseminated … Read more
Two new schemes were announced Monday to encourage investors to set up back-office operations in Gozo and to relocate part or all of their operations … Read more
Yiannos Michaelides, a veteran executive with over 27 years’ international experience in successfully leading telcom and media companies, is set to take over the role … Read more
Masses will resume as from mid June, respecting social distancing and limiting the number of persons. Details will be provided by the Archbishop.
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