Farmers in the south of Malta get full access to 'new water'
Third and largest water polishing plant at Ta' Barkat in Xghajra inaugurated
Plans for new Blue Lagoon pier precede Comino masterplan
The new infrastructure will be constructed in the panoramic rocky area between Comino and the Kemmunet islet outside the swimming zone
Rising demand and falling produce signals ‘hunger problem’ for Malta

Agriculturalist Everaldo Attard warns Malta could have a food shortage problem as demand outstrips local production

Agriculturalist Everaldo Attard warns Malta could have a...

‘Warmer than 30-year climate norm’ - drier September brings summer to a close

September was warmer than the 30-year climate norm...

September was warmer than the 30-year climate norm...

BirdLife appeals to MPs for enforcement after record-breaking illegalities

78 protected birds have been shot down in 2018, the NGO said

78 protected birds have been shot down in 2018, the NGO said

Over 18 million litres of water reused in Malta through the Alter Aqua project

Science In The City will showcase the success of the Alter Aqua Project

Science In The City will showcase the success of the Alter...

Despite animal waste emergency, Gozo objectors could stop new facility

Livestock farmers flushing away animal waste into the sewer system is a real problem, but a Gozo facility that could solve this is being recommended for refusal

Livestock farmers flushing away animal waste into the sewer...

PA received 1,400 submissions on Central Link project, Attard residents network says

Attard Residents Environmental Network satisfied with number of representations asking for project to be made more sustainable, less invasive

Attard Residents Environmental Network satisfied with...

‘Free’ water to businesses totals 212 million bottles of water

‘Free’ borehole extraction is allowing commercial owners to extract...

‘Free’ borehole extraction is allowing...

Lija tree felling a result of Jose Herrera’s failure, environmentalist says

Environmentalist Alfred Baldacchino bemoans the felling of a number of mature holm oak trees in Lija and says that environment minister Jose Herrera had failed...

Environmentalist Alfred Baldacchino bemoans the felling of...

Citizens could be compensated for suing public domain law-breakers

Environment minister reveals plans to incentivise citizens to sue those who...

Environment minister reveals plans to incentivise citizens...

Earth’s sixth mass extinction event under way, scientists warn

Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’ as study reveals...

Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’...

June temperatures hit 36.4°C

Average air and sea temperatures 1°C higher than climate norm

Average air and sea temperatures 1°C higher than...

[WATCH] Waste collectors assigned to three main beaches

Five waste collectors will be assigned to Golden Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Ghadira

Five waste collectors will be assigned to Golden Bay, Ghajn...

How Labour revved up Planning Authority permits before election

38 permits a day during intense five-week campaign when PA went ‘open all...

38 permits a day during intense five-week campaign when PA...

Activists urge public to object to Kalanka development

The organisation #SaveDelimara said the bay was being threatened by a proposal...

The organisation #SaveDelimara said the bay was being...

Hunters ‘urged to stay calm’ over public domain legislation

Hunters’ federation FKNK is urging hunters and trappers ‘to stay...

Hunters’ federation FKNK is urging hunters and...

[WATCH] Major maintenance works to begin at picturesque Ghar Lapsi bay

Ghar Lapsi works will include new ladders, benches and railings, repaved roads, and free WiFi

Ghar Lapsi works will include new ladders, benches and...

Tunnel connecting proposed hotel to Kalanka bay could undermine cliff stability

An environmental impact assessment has proposed ommitting a tunnel from plans to connect a proposed hotel at Kalanka to the beach

An environmental impact assessment has proposed ommitting...

Sea slime sightings ‘linked to natural phenomena, not fish farms’

The re-appearance of sea slime across the Maltese coast had sparked fears of a...

The re-appearance of sea slime across the Maltese coast had...

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