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
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
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
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
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder middleman Melvin Theuma will be back on the witness stand on Monday to walk through more of his secret recordings with … Read more
Nine recoveries and no new cases of COVID-19 were registered in the last 25 hours.
A total of 987 swab tests were carried out in … Read more
Malta: PM announces that airport will reopen on 1st July, multi-million budget to stimulate the economy
Prime Minister and Labour leader Robert Abela announced that the Government will be presenting a special budget, which he described as multi-million, on 8 June, … Read more
Malta: One police union concerned over PM’s amnesty statement, other union calls it ‘an insult to officers’
The two unions for police officers have spoken out about the Prime Minister’s statement regarding the amnesty for Covid-19 breaches.
In a highly controversial move, … Read more
Tomorrow, Monday 1 June, a reduction of further measures will be announced which will be released with effect from Friday 5 June, will see many … Read more
“Thousands of job seekers are our priority, struggling businesses need immediate help. Every person who is suffering, and who is trying to manage to get … Read more
Businesses are doing worse than when they were forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Chamber of SMEs said in a statement on … Read more
On Friday evening, at around 10pm, a loggerhead turtle was noted laying eggs on Ramla Bay in Gozo, Nature Trust said. The turtle came out … Read more
Consumption of a wide range of goods and services is expected to fall by around 81 per cent as long as Malta has ongoing COVID-19 … Read more
Two new cases of coronavirus have been reported today after 1,374 swab tests were carried out over the past 24 hours.
According to the latest … Read more
Superintendent of Public Health Charmaine Gauci has lauded the “responsibility and discipline” of the people after a second day this week without any new cases … Read more
Malta: Spazji Miftuħa pushes for open access, government management of Aħrax and Miżieb during meeting with PM
During an hour-long meeting with Prime Minister Robert Abela and Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia, coalition Spazji Miftuħa raised its concerns and proposals for the effective … Read more
A number of services for the elderly in the community are set to resume as from Monday.
After consulting the Public Health authorities, a number … Read more
Charles Massa, who was the first Maltese Captain to fly an Air Malta plane has passed away. It was on October 8, 1985 when an … Read more
Oral Contraceptive Pills (OCP) should be considered as an essential medicine not only because they have the function of contraception, but because these pills are … Read more
A board room will be built atop a five-storey office corner block in Valletta after being given the green light on Thursday.
The existing office … Read more
Air Malta has signed a collective agreement which will see all cabin crew personnel keeping their job.
The agreement covers workers on both definite and … Read more
91% of wage supplement applications have been processed and executed, Economy Minister Silvio Schembri announced in a press conference on Thursday afternoon.
Malta Enterprise Chairman … Read more
Labour MEP Alfred Sant today welcomed the objectives of the EU Recovery package aimed at relaunching the European economy post-Covid 19 but has questioned who … Read more
The European Commission confirmed that Malta will be given a billion Euro to safeguard Malta against the effects of COVID-19.
NET News can unveil that … Read more
A police constable is facing disciplinary proceedings after a video she uploaded on the social media, showing her dancing while wearing the uniform.
In a … Read more
Floriana football fans who gathered en masse on the Granaries on Monday will be charged and handed fines within days, Times of Malta is informed.… Read more
The health authorities are evaluating the option of making the seasonal influenza vaccine mandatory for certain groups as concerns rise over the dual impact with … Read more
Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci stated that during 1,247 swab tests carried out in the past 24 hours, only one case resulted positive.
She said … Read more
The health authorities were “shocked and worried” when they were alerted to celebrations by Floriana FC fans on Monday evening, Superintendent of Public Health Charmaine … Read more
Permission to sail to Libya was never requested from the Sanctions Monitoring Board by the charterers operating RHIBs that were used to ferry mercenaries from … Read more