It-Torċa compares ten key economic indicators this year with the same period in 2019 to assess the impact of Covid-19. The paper says the results … Read more
Malta Today reveals that the EU Commission’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs spoke with Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo about migrants held aboard two tourist … Read more
Six Spaniards were arrested on Friday evening after attacking police officers who approached them to inform them that they were breaking Coronavirus … Read more
Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne said that at the beginning of the outbreak he was convinced that Malta was well prepared to … Read more
Maltese investors have learnt from past situations and do not panic at the first sign of a crisis, financial advisor Jesmond Mizzi said on this … Read more
Developers applying for high-rise buildings are ignoring the effect that the COVID-19 pandemic will have on architecture and construction, conservationist NGO Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar … Read more
28 medical and environmental organisations have called upon the government to come up with serious measures to improve local air quality.
The organisations said that … Read more
14 new cases which have tested positive for Covid-19 have been confirmed today after 1,727 tests were carried out yesterday.
During today’s medical bulletin, Public … Read more
The Times says that Malta is pursuing the idea of tourism corridors with countries that were not heavily impacted by the outbreak. The nine proposed … Read more
In-Nazzjon says that a third Captain Morgan boat has set out to assist migrants adrift in Maltese waters. The paper claims that the public expenditure … Read more
L-Orizzont speaks to General Workers Union secretary general Josef Bugeja who welcomed the news that Malta has the fifth-lowest rate of precarious jobs in the … Read more
Balance of trade in Malta stood at -€700 million between January and March, according to estimates published by Eurostat. The economy registered a trade deficit … Read more
In a webinar on the way forward for the tourism sector that was organised earlier today among the Ministry for Tourism, the Malta Tourism Authority … Read more
An application for an old people’s home outside the development zone on the outskirts of Żurrieq and Safi has been withdrawn, after residents and the … Read more
Health authorities will be assessing Malta’s COVID-19 situation over the span of three weeks in order to evaluate the impact of a decision to ease … Read more
Another vessel owned by Captain Morgan has left Malta to host a number of migrants who were in distress and were rescued by the Maltese … Read more
Ten new cases which have tested positive for Covid-19 have been confirmed today, as a result of 1,500 tests carried out yesterday.
During today’s medical … Read more
The Maghtab waste-to-energy facility will cost around €390 million in total both to build and run, Wasteserv expects.
The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) for the design, … Read more
Since schools have been closed since March, a total of 123 tablets and laptops and 132 free internet service bundles have been provided to vulnerable … Read more
Malta: There are families who have ended up in difficult situations in the past two months – Marie Louise Coleiro Preca
“There are families who until 8 weeks ago were living comfortably, planning their lives and today, unfortunately, they have serious financial difficulties.”
This was stated … Read more
Industrial turnover fell by 2.1 percent over the first quarter this year compared with the last three months of 2019. Data released by the National … Read more
Commission approves €40 million Maltese support scheme to grant interest rate subsidies to companies
The European Commission has approved a €40 million Maltese interest rate subsidy scheme to support companies facing acute liquidity shortages due to the current coronavirus … Read more
The Malta Chamber of Commerce is calling on Government to support the maritime and logistic industry in the wake of the current economic crisis resulting … Read more
The Independent quotes Economy Minister Silvio Schembri who said that the coming two weeks are a ‘delicate’ phase in talks between Air Malta and the … Read more
The Times quotes an EY survey among hotel executives which shows that the industry is generally looking at 2020 as a loss-making year. Hoteliers say … Read more
PM to announce further opening of economic activity by Monday
During a Webinar organised by the Ministry of Tourism, MTA and the MHRA, Minister Julia … Read more
7,617 people received more then one thousand one hundred and fifty-five euro (€1,155) each in payment benefits which are being disbursed to people affected from … Read more
Alessandra, a mother of two, fell victim to the incident whilst walking to her home.
The incident occurred on Triq il-Ħarrub in Imsida at around … Read more
The new reforms announced by the Government finally seem to be a step in the right direction towards European standards for our democracy, said the … Read more
A biker died and another was seriously injured early this morning when the two bikes they were riding were involved in a road accident with … Read more
The country needs to start looking beyond the coronavirus pandemic that has brought the world to its knees, Economy Minister Silvio Schembri said on Thursday.… Read more
The Planning Authority’s board has declared its intention to go against a recommendation of refusal by the case officer, of a permit to build a … Read more
14 new cases which have resulted positive for Covid-19 have been confirmed today after 1,321 swab tests were carried out yesterday.
During today’s medical bulletin, … Read more
Premier Capital plc, the Maltese-owned Developmental Licencee for McDonald’s in six European markets, has posted a pre-tax profit of €28 million for the year ended … Read more
Business Today carries an interview with the chairman of association of iGaming companies, Enrico Bradamante who wanted that a change in attitude towards illegal gambling … Read more
The Malta Business Weekly leads with the death of Prof. Aaron Casha, the sixth victim of the coronavirus in Malta. The 53-year-old was consultant cardiothoracic … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes Opposition spokesperson for Energy Ryan Callus who said that diesel prices in Malta are the highest in Europe while petrol prices are the … Read more
The Times quotes a letter by the government to the European Commission for Democracy which said that high-ranking officials will start being appointed by the … Read more
L-Orizzont carries a report by the Chamber for SMEs which found that businesses that returned to trade last week did not make much sales. The … Read more
Seven further persons have recovered from coronavirus infection, taking this tally to 443.
Yesterday a record of 1321 tests were carried out, resulting … Read more
Member states should be the ones to decide when to lift their country’s travel bans, MEPs David Casa and Miriam Dalli agree, acknowledging the EU … Read more
A new think tank has been set up to report on the possible avenues which the education system in Malta could take in the future.… Read more
Connected Care, the provider of the Telecare service, has been offering elderly and vulnerable customers fee-free installation throughout the current Covid-19 outbreak, helping these communities … Read more
Two new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Malta, and it was also announced that two other persons have recovered.
During today’s media conference … Read more
More than 65% of the works in the Marsa Junction project and 50% of the St. Lucia tunnel project are completed. This was stated by … Read more
Last night, a 53-year old man died with Covid-19. The man was a patient at Mater Dei Hospital, and had a number of other chronic … Read more
The SME Chamber has proposed the reduction of income tax to 20% among a series of wide-ranging proposals to support the restoration of economic activity. … Read more
The European Commission has approved a Maltese aid scheme of €11.5 million to support investments in the production of products that are relevant to the … Read more
Malta Today says that an inquiry has been launched by the Justice Ministry to investigate the case of a lawyer who left the AG’s office … Read more