The Foundation for Medical Services (FMS) is carrying out infrastructural works on a number of halls at the University of Malta, at the building known … Read more
Two healthcare workers were among six patients who tested positive for coronavirus after 1,120 swab tests were carried out overnight, the Superintendent of Public Health … Read more
The Malta Chamber of SMEs has issued a number of proposals for the government to consider for future financial aid packages in order to help … Read more
A contract and other information related to a direct order awarded by the Planning Authority to a former Joseph Muscat consultant has been ‘lost’, either … Read more
The Maltese ambassador to Finland Michael Zammit Tabona has stepped down following a Facebook post where he compared German chancellor Angela Merkel to Adolf Hitler.… Read more
Six new cases have been confirmed as positive for Covid-19, whilst another six patients have recovered.
Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci stated during today’s medical … Read more
Malta Today says that members of the EU’s Politico-Military Group were stunned by Malta’s withdrawal from Operation Irini, launched a few months ago to enforce … Read more
Kullħadd announces the renewal of a government scheme to pay arrears to members of public corps established before 1979, including port handlers and the police … Read more
Il-Mument quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that, in consulting Joseph Muscat on the economy, Prime Minister Robert Abela is sending a message that … Read more
It-Torċa quotes a study by the Centre for Economic Policy Research which says that Malta’s financial response to the coronavirus is seven times higher that … Read more
Around €12 million is to be distributed to roughly 7,000 public sector workers for grievances dating back more than 30 years.
The funds will be … Read more
Magistrate Yana Micallef Stafrace is leading an inquiry into the death of a man who had just been subdued with a stun gun and a … Read more
A 34-year old Spanish man is the only person who resulted positive from the 1,006 swab tests carried out on Friday.
On a positive note, … Read more
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said today that people are confused about whom the real Prime Minister of Malta, seeing that former premier Joseph Muscat is … Read more
In all, the police received more than 200 drawings. Police officers started handing out certificates signed by the Acting Commissioner in order to show their … Read more
The VAT charged on face masks and face shields will go down from 18% to 5%. This was announced by the Minister for the Economy, … Read more
The Times says that the hotels and restaurants association is proposing a controlled travel zone between Malta and Sicily to boost tourism in both islands. … Read more
The Independent speaks to Attorney General Peter Grech who said that the overnight move of one of the staff members, Charles Mercieca, to the legal … Read more
In-Nazzjon covers a courtesy visit to the Public Broadcasting Services by a Nationalist Party delegation. PN Leader Adrian Delia said that public funds raise expectations … Read more
A European Union agency report for the month of April, says Malta is the most trusted country among all member states within the health sector.… Read more
The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry made a set of proposals aimed at strengthening the Individual Investor Programme (IIP) to ensure it is … Read more
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri denied using public funds to purchase adverts promoting his personal political profile in a press conference on Friday.
Schembri was one … Read more
Almost 30 per cent of employees did not work during the last two weeks of March even though they still have a job, a study … Read more
Malta’s fiscal response to the economic disruption caused by the coronavirus is the most generous globally, an analysis carried out by a Columbia economics professor … Read more
Three new cases have been confirmed as positive for Covid-19, whilst another six cases have recovered.
During today’s medical bulletin, Public Health Superintendent Professor Charmaine … Read more
The Times quotes a statement by the Justice Ministry calling a lawyer’s decision to leave the Attorney General’s office to join businessman Yorgen Fenech’s defence … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports on a traffic accident on Thursday morning that claimed the life of a 19-year-old postwoman. Elenia Briffa died in Marsa when the company … Read more
L-Orizzont says that court hearings are set to increase in the coming days after many of the cases were suspended to observe social distancing rules … Read more
A coalition has been formed to lobby for the preservation of public spaces in Malta in the wake of reports that the government is considering … Read more
Malta: Yorgen Fenech insists on bail: ‘Presumption of innocence not just words on a slab in Strasbourg’
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder suspect Yorgen Fenech has attacked the powers of the Superintendent of Public Health amongst other things, as he continues to contest … Read more
Last night Malta coordinated a rescue operation to save 123 migrants who were on board 2 boats. According to government sources, the two boats were … Read more
The government has chartered a second Captain Morgan vessel after another 123 migrants were rescued in two separate operations last night.
The migrants were rescued … Read more
Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci has confirmed two new cases of Covid-19 in Malta.
These cases emerged after 1,022 swab tests were carried out yesterday. … Read more
Malta holds the fourth lowest price of electricity paid by families.
This is confirmed by the European Union’s statistical office, EUROSTAT, which explained how between … Read more
A 19-year-old Qrendi resident tragically lost her life this morning after being involved in an accident while at work.
The accident took place at around … Read more
The Times reveals that lawyer Charles Mercieca has resigned from the office of the attorney general and is expected to join Yorgen Fenech’s defence team. … Read more
The Armed Forces of Malta have been called by the humanitarian NGO Alarm Phone to rescue a boat in distress carrying 46 migrants.
On Twitter, … Read more
VAT on face masks and face shields will go down to 5% from the standard 18% through a legal notice which should be published today, … Read more
Malta’s economy will be “severely affected” by the coronavirus pandemic this year but the impact will be less than the EU average, according to the … Read more
Joseph Muscat is back. This time as an economic consultant brought back into the heart of the Labour government to map out a new way … Read more
Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci has confirmed that two new cases of Covid-19 in Malta have been identified.
These cases emerged after 1,392 swab tests … Read more
The Times reveals that former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is advising his successor on economic recovery plans. Muscat was seen emerging from Castille after an … Read more
The Independent speaks to the Infrastructure Ministry about the Building and Construction Authority that is still in the process of being set up. A spokesperson … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes PN spokesperson for tourism Robert Arrigo who proposed a €2 billion fund over the next 18 months to help the tourism industry back … Read more
The FKNK hunters’ federation has filed a judicial protest against BirdLife Malta in reaction to its criminal complaint against the granting of licences for spring … Read more
Malta’s tourism industry is in dire straits and will require a major investment if it is to return to normal after COVID-19, PN MP Robert … Read more