The Times leads with an urgent request by Malta for the EU to deploy a €100 million food and medicine package to Libya to prevent … Read more
L-Orizzont quotes Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci who appealed for prudence and said that Malta is still in its earlier stages of the pandemic despite … Read more
The Foundation for Social Welfare Services board has disassociated itself from comments made by its chief executive Alfred Grixti, in which he said NGO rescue … Read more
Malta is to criminalise the wilful spreading of coronavirus, with the offence carrying a maximum sentence of nine years’ imprisonment.
The news was broken by … Read more
Closing Malta’s ports to asylum seekers was the “correct” decision at a time when the country’s resources are dedicated to battling the COVID-19 pandemic, Owen … Read more
The Department of Industrial Relations and Employment (DIER) would like to inform the public that from Wednesday of this week for a temporary period because … Read more
The Times quotes a study of the impact of the coronavirus on metal wellbeing commissioned by the Richmond Foundation. Almost half of the participants say … Read more
L-Orizzont quotes Prime Minister Robert Abela who said that the decision to close the ports to rescue ships and non-registered vessels was triggered by a … Read more
The quotes Health Minister Chris Fearne who said that a national survey is being conducted to establish the number of Covid-19 infections in the community. … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports that a 38-year-old man lost his life in a motorcycle accident in Mrieħel on Easter Sunday. The rider, Alex Borg, was involved in … Read more
On todays’ public holiday, Mosta residents uploaded a video on Facebook thanking all healthcare workers and police corps. These workers are the front liners against … Read more
The Health Ministry has put together a transition team that will be in charge of handling all medical appointments which have been postponed due to … Read more
Malta could emerge from the COVID-19 situation soon if people remain disciplined and obey the partial lockdown measures put in place to curb the spread … Read more
Confirmation today of eight new cases of Covid-19 in Malta, which pushes the total number of infected persons up to 378, of whom 44 have … Read more
Malta Today reveals details of a 2016 letter to Air Malta pilots assuring them they would be kept on state payroll with the same take-home … Read more
It-Torċa carries an interview with Environment and Planning Minister Aaron Farrugia who said that the ministry is working on a new system for ‘intelligent planning’ … Read more
The Independent on Sunday publishes an interview with Health Minister Chris Fearne who said that a transition team has been set up to oversee the … Read more
Kullħadd says that a Malta-based Israeli company in the medicinal cannabis field is nearing the launch of its first product aimed at the European market. … Read more
A Maltese man who lost his father to coronavirus in a matter of hours is ruing the fact that he could not even bid him … Read more
Failure to tackle “significant” deficiencies in Malta’s anti-money laundering regime could potentially threaten financial stability, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned.
In its annual … Read more
Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo said Malta “cannot handle anymore” asylum seekers, as it continues to cope with the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic situation in … Read more
Social workers said they cannot work with a person who “indicates a sentiment which is in complete contradiction to the Foundation vision of the organisation … Read more
Confirmation of 20 new cases of coronavirus in Malta, with the total number now pushed up to 370.
During her media conference, Public Health Superintendent … Read more
According to sources who spoke to Newsbook.com.mt, The Academic Year 2020-2021 is expected to commence on the 19th of October.
According to the information received … Read more
L-Orizzont speaks to Finance Minister Edward Scicluna following an EU summit that reached an agreement over a €500 billion aid package. Scicluna said that Malta … Read more
In-Nazzjon picks a public Facebook message posted by a patient who recovered from Covid-19 after battling it for more than a month. Martin Attard declared … Read more
Malta: COVID-19: First batch of wage supplement payments to be given out next week – Silvio Schembri
Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Businesses Silvio Schembri said that the first batch payments for those who applied for the COVID-19 wage supplement … Read more
The serious impact of COVID-19 on the European economy, the EU response and business’ role for the recovery were the topics discussed between members of … Read more
Air Malta CEO Clifford Chetcuti has asked for a 70% cut in his wage and perks, the Economy Minister said as he responded to criticism … Read more
The government has offered repatriation flights to foreigners still stranded in Malta.
In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said 4,206 individuals were repatriated … Read more
In-Nazzjon says that PN Leader Adrian Delia expressed his condolences to the family of the first coronavirus victim who died in Gozo on Wednesday. Health … Read more
Miriam Pace’s family, the woman who tragically lost her life last month after her residence in Ħamrun collapsed, is supporting the appeal for a public … Read more
Malta’s Prime Minister, Robert Abela and Gozo Minister, Clint Camilleri visited the Gozo General hospital.
The scope of their visit was to witness the dedicated … Read more
Air Malta has taken the unprecedented step to make 108 pilots from its staff of 134 redundant, after the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) refused to … Read more
The government said on Tuesday that children of non-EU families facing deportation will not be sent home and letters they had received from Identity Malta … Read more
Confirmation today of six new cases of Covid-19 in Malta. This has been announced by Superintendent of Public Health Charmaine Gauci during today’s press conference. … Read more
Malta Today says that members of the Union of Cabin Crew disagree over proposals by Air Malt to offer reduced salaries of €1,200. A section … Read more
The Times reveals that Identity Malta is urging families with children on eviction notice to leave the country and continue their appeals from abroad. In … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports on a series of proposals by the Chamber of Commerce recommending a ‘stronger’ stimulus by the government to counter the socio-economic effects of … Read more