The Sunday Times speaks to homes for the elderly who warned that they are running low on resources and that expenses have soared by some … Read more
It-Torċa says that the European Commission reduced its country specific recommendations for Malta to four from six at the start of the year. The paper … Read more
Kullħadd says that the bank moratorium is helping 2,700 families and businesses with their loans and, in the first weeks since it was introduced, €487 … Read more
Gozo Bishop, Mario Grech, expressed that during these past months, while everyone was obliged to remain indoors, together taking the opportunity and strengthened family ties. … Read more
Member of European Parliament Miriam Dalli is working together with over 50 different persons and NGOs on the project ‘Small Changes Big Impact’ so that … Read more
A historic villa with an extensive landscaped garden in Pietà has been given the highest level of protection by the Planning Authority.
Villa Frere, an … Read more
A number of NGOs have welcomed the government’s plan to invest in new waste management facilities and start addressing Malta’s waste management problem, but have … Read more
Friday’s positive results from Covid-19 tests also showed that a healthcare worker, who works at the Covid Swabbing Centres, had resulted positive.
A statement issued … Read more
The Times reveals that a former assistant police commissioner who resigned in 2018 following a report of domestic abuse is one of the applicants to … Read more
The Independent speaks to a Malta International Airport spokesperson who said that only limited flight schedules are expected to be resumed in the short-term while … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes Adrian Delia who warned that if Malta fails the Moneyval test, thousands of jobs will be at risk. Delia said that the Prime … Read more
L-Orizzont speaks to restaurant owners who said that it was ‘a fair decision’ by the government to allow businesses to reopen this weekend. The paper … Read more
Malta: “We must emerge out of this fog more resilient and energetic for a more competitive Malta” – David Xuereb
“As The Chamber of Commerce, representing all economic activities within these sectors in Malta, we are living through one of the most exciting times of … Read more
After eight weeks on Friday, restrictive measures in Government elderly homes, Church homes and private homes across Malta and Gozo continue to relax.
Minister Michael … Read more
As from today restaurants, hairdressers, barbershops, nail and beauty salons can re-open as announced early this week by Prime Minister Robert Abela after having closed … Read more
The best possible scenario predicted so far for next year is that 1.3 million tourists will visit Malta, MHRA President Tony Zahra told The Malta … Read more
More than double the number of people registered for work in April, compared to the same month last year, official figures show.
Some 3,979 people … Read more
Business conditions in April were comparable to those during the economic recession of 2009, the Central Bank of Malta has said.
The Central Bank’s May … Read more
One new Covid-19 case was confirmed today following 1,560 tests carried out on Thursday. Yesterday, 15 new cases were registered.
During today’s update on the … Read more
The Independent speaks to the president of the Hotels and Restaurants Association, Tony Zahra, who said that the most optimistic scenarios for tourism in 2021 … Read more
The Times claims that disagreements have developed between the Office of the Prime Minister and health authorities over fears of a new wave of Covid-19 … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes a joint statement by the medical association and the UĦM union, representing healthcare workers, which is requesting the delay in relaxation of Covid-19 … Read more
Around €1 million, collected by the Local Enforcement System Agency through contravention payments, are invested in projects across Malta every year.
Some €50,000 of these … Read more
Malta is experiencing a second wave of COVID-19 infections, unions representing healthcare workers warn as they call for the postponement of tomorrow’s reopening of outlets.… Read more
For the second consecutive day, Malta has registered 15 new cases of Covid-19.
This emerged after 1,358 swab tests were carried out. This brings the … Read more
The International Organization for Migration (IOM), and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), have called on Malta and the other European States to speed efforts to … Read more
The Chamber of Commerce has suggested the implementation of a blanket approach tied to a business’ loss in turnover to replace the current system for … Read more
Malta: Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli emphasized the importance of the protocols which establishments need to follow
During the second virtual Ministerial Meeting of the Croatian Presidency of the European Union, the Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Julia Farrugia Portelli expressed … Read more
The Malta Business Weekly reports that that confidence in most business sectors in Malta was showing a decline even before the coronavirus outbreak. The Economic … Read more
The Times leads with a judicial protest against the Prime Minister, the Home Affairs Minister, and the Armed Forces commander filed by relatives of immigrants … Read more
In-Nazzjon covers the launch of an economic recovery plan based on ten priorities by the Nationalist Party. PN Leader Adrian Delia said that the “Plan … Read more
The company Nexia BT was given a new licence for “high standards of conduct and compliance” to audit internal IT systems and protocols of high-risk … Read more
Minister for the Economy Silvio Schembri said that a number of initiatives to aid businesses are currently in the pipeline following the reopening of certain … Read more
The wife of Maltese doctor Aaron Casha, who died last week of Coronavirus, has been nominated for the European Citizen’s prize on behalf of all … Read more
The Church has declared its backing for ‘Spazji Miftuħa’ a coalition of environment NGOs set up to resist government plans to hand the management of … Read more
Malta experienced the highest monthly increase in inflation across the EU last April, figures out today show.
Inflation went up by 2.9% in April when … Read more
Confirmation today of 15 new cases of Covid-19 in Malta, after 1,670 swabs were carried out. This after 11 other cases were confirmed yesterday.
During … Read more
Malta Today reveals that the government is threatening to veto the appointment of the commander nominated to run Operation Irini unless EU countries burden-sharing of … Read more
The Independent speaks to a representative of the Federation of Hair and Beauty who said that some of the requirements for hair salons announced by … Read more
L-Orizzont quotes Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli who said that infringement of safety protocols by catering establishments will not be tolerated when they return to … Read more
In-Nazzjon covers a meeting between the Nationalist Party and the Chamber of Commerce to discuss the way forward after the pandemic. PN Leader Adrian Delia … Read more
Malta: Government’s ‘superficial’ Venice Commission proposals don’t address corruption, PM’s excessive powers – Repubblika
The proposals for institutional reform drawn up by the government only superficially address the Venice Commission’s concerns about the state of affairs in Malta, Repubblika … Read more
Belgian intelligence confirmed it investigated potential Chinese espionage out of Malta’s embassy in Brussels, according to the EU Observer.
The international news agency said that … Read more
Labour MEP Alfred Sant has told the European Parliament that fast enlargement of the European Union has led to the spread of political and economic … Read more
Eleven new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Malta, and four others have recovered from the virus.
This brings the total number up to … Read more
The National Statistics Office (NSO) said that the number of those who travelled from Malta to another destination between January and March last year shows … Read more
Malta: President George Vella in a meeting with the Health Authorities to show his and the people’s appreciation
His Excellency President George Vella today met with the health authorities. This is to show appreciation for the excellent work they have done over the … Read more
The Independent follows a government announcement about the relaxation of more restrictive measures. Hairdressers, beauticians, and restaurants can return to business from this Friday.
The … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports the publication of proposals by the Opposition on Constitutional reform. Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said that the recommendations seek to empower citizens and … Read more
L-Orizzont quotes Prime Minister Robert Abela who said that relaxation of measures is based on scientific facts. He expressed satisfaction at the way the country … Read more
The Maltese Health Authorities have conducted more than 50,000 swab test for the Coronavirus since the pandemic first presented itself.
As of now, 454 people … Read more