Facebook has been removing posts falsely claiming that 5G technology causes COVID-19, but this has not stopped conspiracy theorists from putting up posters in Birżebbuġa … Read more
Malta: Malta granted protection to 435 asylum seekers, seventh highest rate in EU on per capita basis
Malta granted 435 asylum seekers some form of protection last year, with the largest group being Syrians, followed by Libyans and Eritreans, figures out today … Read more
Sovereign Charters has denied all the allegations that it has chartered two of its vessels in connection to money laundering or military purposes.
The company … Read more
During today’s press briefing on Covid-19, TVM asked Professor Gauci whether our country could experience what is called ‘the second wave’.
Professor Gauci said that … Read more
Two new positive cases out of 700 tests tested positive in the past 24hours, reaching a total of 450 cases. This while two children under … Read more
L-Orizzont announces that no new Covid-19 cases were recorded on Sunday, the first time in seven weeks. Health Minister Chris Fearne said that measures could … Read more
The Times claims that the first coronavirus restrictions are expected to be relaxed this week but says that ministers and government advisers disagree over which … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that a Nationalist government would cancel the agreement with Steward Healthcare and return the hospitals to the … Read more
The Independent says that the police have no legal right to stop residents of the former Paloma Hotel from gathering on the roof. Social media … Read more
During a press conference, Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne, stated that the current measures which are currently in place, will be revised over the coming … Read more
Partit Nazzjonalista leader Adrian Delia said that economic success should not be measured on GDP alone during an interview on the party’s station.
Delia highlighted … Read more
In order to provide price stability for the benefit of businesses and the economy in general, Enemed does not buy its fuel requirements with spot … Read more
A man is under arrest after a major police operation which yielded a substantial amount of drugs, cash and firearms
The operation, by the Drug … Read more
The army has been left paralysed due to the criminal complaint filed by Repubblika over claims migrants were left to die at sea amid a … Read more
Addressing a press conference this morning, Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne announced that no new Covid-19 case was registered in Malta today.
This is the … Read more
The Sunday Times says that a Maltese arms dealer, James Fenech, is facing charges for breaching EU sanctions on Libya by transporting private contractors out … Read more
The speaks to former PN Health Minister Joe Cassar who praised authorities for following WHO guidelines closely and succeeding in flattening the curve. Cassar said … Read more
The 66 migrants who were rescued by the army are expected to testify next Tuesday after an alleged assassination attempt according to Opposition spokesman for … Read more
Eleven persons were arrested by the police in drug raids carried out in an apartment and a public garden in St Julian’s.
The raids were … Read more
A new case of Covid-19 in Malta was confirmed today following 559 swab tests, bringing the total of positive persons to 448.
Public Health Superintendent … Read more
A group of NGOs is asking the government to immediately publish the full terms of any agreement regarding the transfer of the Miżieb and Aħrax … Read more
Various European countries are developing contact tracing applications for smartphones to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The concept is relatively simple. The contact tracing apps … Read more
The first of several planned mega-shipments of personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 battle arrived in Malta on … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports that PN Leader Adrian Delia visited the police headquarters on Friday to thank the police for their dedication in the Covid-19 emergency. Delia … Read more
L-Orizzont speaks to lawyer Robert Thake about problems faced by separated people who lost their jobs in the crisis but are still required to pay … Read more
With an investment of three and half million, Minister for Transport Ian Borg announced four new schemes for those wanting to invest in sustainable private … Read more
In the past five weeks, Malta Enterprise has received 47,977 queries on the economic support measures related to the COVID-19 scenario.
This information was provided … Read more
The redundancy process for 104 Air Malta pilots and 139 cabin crew members is still ongoing, but can be stopped if an agreement between the … Read more
All roadworks have been ordered to halt after the weekend as the island has run out of space to dump debris.
In a notice sent … Read more
The government deficit has more than doubled in the first three months as the country feels the pinch of the COVID-19 pandemic, figures out today … Read more
Two new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Malta today, resulting from 611 swabs which were carried out, and bringing the total number of … Read more
The Independent marks one year since the collapse of a block of apartments In Gwardamangia Hill. The residents said that, so far, no agreement, has … Read more
The Times reveals that Air Malta is holding talks with unions representing its cabin crew and pilots in an effort to save jobs. The Department … Read more
L-Orizzont speaks to relatives of patients who have been relocated from the Gozo hospital geriatric wing to the Downtown hotel in Victoria. Family members say … Read more
In-Nazzjon covers a special virtual summit of the European People’s Party leaders which discussed the impact of the Covid-19 emergency on immigration. PN Leader Adrian … Read more
Two 26-year-olds are under arrest after drugs were found in their car, the police said on Thursday.
The car was stopped and searched in Cospicua … Read more
The number of infected persons who have recovered from Covid-19 has continued to increase. During her daily medical bulletin, Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci stated … Read more
The Police have said they will not be taking further steps after analysing a criminal complaint filed by BirdLife over the alleged illegality of spring … Read more
The Planning Authority Board has approved the construction of a 15-storey tower in Ta’ Xbiex.
The proposed tower is located on land in Ta’ Xbiex … Read more
The Federation for Hunting and Conservation – Malta (FKNK) has requested an urgent meeting with the Acting Police Commissioner after BirdLife Malta filed a criminal … Read more
The Times quotes Health Minister Chris Fearne who said in parliament that restrictive measures linked to the coronavirus spread could start to be relaxed in … Read more
The Independent reports that Birdlife Malta has filed a criminal complaint over some 6,000 hunting licences issued by the Ministry of Gozo. The NGO said … Read more
The Malta Business Weekly reports that a Malta-based company has been reported to the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project over misleading face masks advertising … Read more
Business Today carries an interview with Chamber of SMEs deputy president Philip Fenech who said that it will take the tourism sector a long time … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports that the Opposition filed a motion in parliament requesting the revocation of the hospital concession deal with Steward Healthcare. The motion is expected … Read more