After several years of high growth fuelled mainly by domestic demand, Malta’s economy was beginning to slow down even before the COVID-19 pandemic. The disease … Read more
L-Orizzont reports on the inauguration of an immigration coordination centre by Prime Minister Robert Abela and Libyan counterpart Fayez al-Sarraj. The two countries will cooperate … Read more
The Times reveals that Attorney General Peter Grech advised against steps by the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit to seize Nexia BT’s servers in the wake … Read more
The Independent quotes Prime Minister Robert Abela who, during a visit by Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj said that Malta considers Libya its friend. Abela … Read more
At least 180 migrants rescued by a humanitarian aid boat in the Mediterranean Sea began to leave the vessel in Porto Empedocle, Sicily late on … Read more
In May 2020, when Member States began easing the COVID-19 containment measures, the seasonally adjusted volume of retail trade increased by 17.8% in the euro … Read more
A 78 year old Polish diver tragically lost his life after being urgently admitted to Mater Dei hospital. This happened after being pulled from sea … Read more
During May, industrial production increased by almost 3% when compared to the previous month.
This was announced in a published statistic from the National Statistics … Read more
ALPA has filed a judicial protest to hold Air Malta and the Government of Malta responsible for the termination of employment of 69 pilots and … Read more
The Federation of English Language Teaching Organisations Malta (FELTOM) has urged the teachers, the UPE and the school to work together, especially in these difficult … Read more
Six police constables and a sergeant were on Monday charged with committing fraud when they received payments for ‘extra duties’ when they would not have … Read more
Adrian Delia’s leadership will be on the agenda of the Nationalist Party’s parliamentary group meeting as MPs remain unconvinced with his reaction to the Yorgen … Read more
Malta: Maltese Government in agreement with a number of European countries to relocate 284 immigrants from Malta
284 immigrants will be transferred towards the EU member states in a relocation exercise co-ordinated by the European Commission.
The Maltese Government has begun the … Read more
The Libyan Prime Minister of the Tripoli based government on Fayez al-Sarraj on Monday arrived in Malta for an official visit.
Also accompanying al-Sarraj are … Read more
The Times speaks to the captain of the ship carrying migrants that was ordered to moor in Maltese territorial waters while the government negotiates relocation … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that media reports about WhatsApp chats between himself and Yorgen Fenech were a government tactic. He said … Read more
The Independent quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who says that messages between him and businessman Yorgen Fenech published by The Sunday Times are fake. He … Read more
The 180 migrants on the Ocean Viking aid ship will arrive in Porto Empedocle on Monday, where they will be transferred onto another ship, the … Read more
Malta Today says that Yorgen Fenech told police he was prepared to reveal information about secret company Macbridge which, along with his own 17 Black, … Read more
The Sunday Times reveals a series of messages between business Yorgen Fenech and PN Leader Adrian Delia sent in 2019. The paper says it was … Read more
The Independent on Sunday speaks to practitioners in the financial services industry who were skeptical of claims by the Prime Minister that Malta would pass … Read more
It-Torċa quotes General Workers Union secretary general Josef Bugeja who said that a new legislative framework is necessary to provide more flexibility to industrial relations. … Read more
Kullħadd quotes figures released by the Central Bank showing that household deposits in banks reached €13.7 billion by May, rising by €500,000 since the start … Read more
A 38-year-old man is suffering from grievous injuries after he was hit by a car that kept on going instead of assisting the victim.
The … Read more
The report compiled by the Commissioner for Public Standards confirms the strong link that exists between former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Yorgen Fenech, who … Read more
The government has once again listened to the Opposition and this time around scrapped the passport buyer scheme, Adrian Delia said on Saturday.
“I publicly … Read more
Malta’s foreign and EU affairs minister Evarist Bartolo on Saturday held a meeting with the Turkish Minister of Defense Hulusi Akar, who is in Malta … Read more
The Health Ministry confirmed that no new Coronavirus cases were registered in Malta during the past 24 hours, while another person recovered from the virus.… Read more
The Times reports that a parliamentary committee could impose sanctions on MP Joseph Muscat for receiving expensive gifts from businessman Yorgen Fenech. The former Prime … Read more
L-Orizzont reports that John Paul Woods has been arraigned in court accused of the murder of Charlene Farrugia, twelve years ago. The remains of the … Read more
In-Nazzjon follows the case in court into the deal to privatise three state hospitals. Nexia BT partner Manuel Castagna, who sat on the evaluation and … Read more
Malta has been included in Britain’s ‘air bridge’ list of 50 countries that will be exempt from a 14-day quarantine for incoming travellers, following government-to-government … Read more
In-Nazzjon reveals that Assistant Police Commissioner Ian Abdilla, who has been removed from the Economic Crimes Unit, has now been appointed director of the IT … Read more
The Times reports that the Commissioner for Standards in Public Life submitted the findings of an investigation into gifts from Yorgen Fenech to former Prime … Read more
The Independent asks Owen Bonnici whether he had any concerns over deals made by Konrad Mizzi while he was Justice Minister. The now Education Minister … Read more
The opposition welcomes measures which were implemented from the Malta Public Transport in light of the pandemic COVID-19, assuring the safety of its employees and … Read more
A EUROSTAT statistic showed that throughout the month of May, Malta had the third lowest rate of unemployment in the Euro zone.
In May, the … Read more
The Church Schools Association, the Secretariat for Catholic Education and the Council of Major Religious Superiors, together with representatives of parent organisations whose children attend … Read more
No new Coronavirus cases were registered in Malta on Wednesday, while two patients have recovered, the health authorities said.
This leaves the total number of … Read more
A shopkeeper who died in a fire at his place of work was due to get married in two weeks, shocked friends have said.
Maged … Read more
Change is afoot in the Democratic Party as Timothy Alden has announced he will be contesting the party leadership.
But Alden’s goal is to eventually … Read more
The Minister within the Office of the Prime Minister Carmelo Abela announced that Mr James Pearsall will be appointed Chairperson of the Malta Council for … Read more