The Independent reveals that plasma containing antibodies from patients who have recovered from Covid-19 will be used as treatment for other patients. Malta is taking … Read more
L-Orizzont says that the Financial Services Authority issued 12 administrative sanctions since the start of the year, more than were delivered over an entire year … Read more
The Times speaks to an Air Malta spokesperson who confirms that the carrier is making day-by-day decisions about flights beyond the end of May. Until … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes the Hotels and Restaurants Association which expressed concerns over the state of the economy. The association said that members are unable to keep … Read more
The Malta Chamber has presented a fresh set of proposals on restructuring towards COVID resilient businesses.
In a statement, the Chamber said that these proposals … Read more
Prof Gauci confirmed the earlier news of the death of the 53-year old man who had serious underlying conditions.
She also announced two … Read more
On a site visit, Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection responsible for Parks Malta expressed its satisfaction for works carried out and explained that within … Read more
Caritas will benefit from a grant after the board of governors of the National Development and Social Fund approved a social grant of up to … Read more
The Malta Financial Services Authority is “fully prepared” for the Moneyval assessment later on this year, its CEO, Joe Cuschieri has told The Malta Indepdendent.… Read more
Relatives of a man who died on Friday after being zapped with a stun gun and tranquillised are angry at the way the situation was … Read more
A petition started by the Outdoor Recreation and Camping Association Malta to defend public access to Aħrax and Miżieb has surpassed the figure of 10,000 … Read more
There are three new confirmed cases of Covid-19, but no confirmation of any further recoveries although the number of recoveries is now 434.
During today’s … Read more
In the past month, GO has experienced an all-time record high in traffic on all networks, with traffic on its mobile network increasing by more … Read more
In 2019, there were 4.45 million nurses and midwives employed in the European Union (EU), counting both professional and assistant nurses and midwives. This corresponded … Read more
In-Nazzjon says that the government has not reacted to a report by the Commissioner of Standards in Public Life showing that ministers have used public … Read more
One person has recovered today, an elderly man who had originally been admitted to the ITU and the only patient in Malta that … Read more
A suspected human trafficker wanted in Hungary was remanded in custody on Monday after contesting a European Arrest Warrant.
Loiai Aljelda, a 48-year old Syrian … Read more
In a letter addressed to the Prime Minister of Malta, Robert Abela, published today, Commissioner Dunja Mijatovic has urged the Maltese government to fully meet … Read more
Ian Castaldi Paris and Rachel Tua have submitted their nominations for the casual election to replace Chris Cardona in Parliament. Cardona’s resignation has left a … Read more
Prime Minister Robert Abela said that Malta is fulfilling its obligations according to the Search & Rescue convention, with Malta’s position being in accordance to … Read more
The Ministry for Gozo has started distributing the first 1,000 free masks to Gozitan workers to travel to Malta for work, both for those working … Read more
Prof. Gauci defends the decision to close the Courts. “If the positive cases increase and the situation gets out of hand, the Maltese Health Services … Read more
Members of the Police Force’s Anti-Terrorism Squad have arrested a 48-year old person of Syrian nationality, following a European Arrest Mandate issued by Hungary.
The … Read more
The Times quotes the president of the Chamber of Commerce David Xuereb who urged government to extend financial aid to all business sectors. Xuereb said … Read more
L-Orizzont quotes Prime Minister Robert Abela who declared that the country is coming out of the coronavirus emergency. He praised authorities for their work throughout … Read more
The Independent speaks to a spokesperson from the parliamentary secretariat for citizenship who confirmed that Maltese characters will soon be allowed for registration of names. … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that the nation should take the example of mothers to build a genuinely caring society. The party … Read more
778 tests were carried out yesterday, resulting in 7 new positive cases, taking Malta’s tally to 503.
One person recovered during the same … Read more
Malta’s Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs confirmed the resignation of Mr Michael Zammit Tabona, who served as Malta’s politically appointed Ambassador (non-resident) to Finland … Read more
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
Ministry of Health (MALTA)
Easing of further restrictions imminent – PM Abela
Prime Minister Robert Abela said earlier today on One Television that easing of further social … 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