Government uses marketing to mislead people, Delia says
Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia said that the government uses marketing to make people believe nothing is wrong in the country
Floods terrorise Japan as rainfall persists
Japanese authorities have issued warnings as the flooding is expected to continue 
Hit by the Spanish king of spam in the week of GDPR

Maltese politicians and CEOs get a twice-daily dose of spam king’s...

Maltese politicians and CEOs get a twice-daily dose of spam...

Updated | Paceville entrepreneur Hugo Chetcuti stabbed, aggressor to be charged with attempted murder

The case is being treated as an attempted murder • Man suspected of the crime to be arrainged this morning

The case is being treated as an attempted...

Health ministry launches investigation into corpse mix-up at mortuary

An employee was suspended after the wrong body was released for burial

An employee was suspended after the wrong body was released...

European Medicines Agency recalls generic heart medication over safety fears

Local authorities said they were keeping tabs on the situation and would inform the public accordingly

Local authorities said they were keeping tabs on the...

Updated | Nurses’ union and government reach agreement, industrial action withdrawn

Chris Fearne said agreement on core issues had been reached

Chris Fearne said agreement on core issues had been reached

Further ten quarries granted environmental permit to receive construction waste

The Environment ministry said last week that it was looking into short and long-term solutions to the lack of sites for the disposal of construction waste

The Environment ministry said last week that it was looking...

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Serial fraudster faces jail after court turns down her appeal

Annabelle Camilleri Monreal, a woman with a long history of fraud convictions,...

Annabelle Camilleri Monreal, a woman with a long history of...

Cannabis smuggler jailed for almost nine years

The man had initially pleaded not guilty to trafficking and possession of the...

The man had initially pleaded not guilty to trafficking and...

Labourer accused of injuring partner and 11-year-old daughter denied bail

The man charged with terrorising and slightly injuring his partner and daughter is pleading not guilty

The man charged with terrorising and slightly injuring his...

Fast cars, boats, casino bets and thousands in cash transfers: the lavish life of the Degiorgio brothers

Unemployed and under the radar: how the criminal brothers charged with the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia lived in luxury with nothing registered to...

Unemployed and under the radar: how the criminal brothers...

[WATCH] Walking in Gzira where construction noise persists throughout ‘quiet’ afternoons

MaltaToday visits six construction sites in Gzira to find out if they are keeping to noise and dust regulations

MaltaToday visits six construction sites in Gzira to find...

Government says it has stepped up fight against human trafficking, but more needs to be done

Observations of US human trafficking report on Malta "welcome", government says, insists it is investing more to help victims of the crime

Observations of US human trafficking report on Malta...

6,000 work permits for foreigners in first six months

The influx of foreign workers shows no sign of abating with 3,000 work permits...

The influx of foreign workers shows no sign of abating with...

Malta Airport invests in renewable energy, reduces carbon footprint

Airport’s carbon footprint reduced by 63 tonnes of CO2 last year, after...

Airport’s carbon footprint reduced by 63 tonnes of...

Malta’s Janus-faced approach to migration betrays the real political crisis at hand

On an island where the people fear asylum seekers more than the large amounts of foreign workers, the political temptation for parties to outflank each other...

On an island where the people fear asylum seekers more than...

The Maltese pastizzi bakers who turned down $2 million to sell out to Toronto developers

Antoinette and Charlie Buttigieg from Toronto’s ‘Little Malta’ can teach the Maltese a lesson: money is not necessarily progress

Antoinette and Charlie Buttigieg from Toronto’s...

Construction site inspection scheme 'bound to fail' due to lack of personnel

Local councils association president says any enforcement efforts to curb construction abuse are bound to fail due to lack of human resources

Local councils association president says any enforcement...

Former navy diver dies during Thailand cave rescue effort

Ex-Thai Navy diver lost his life when he ran out of oxygen after taking in...

Ex-Thai Navy diver lost his life when he ran out of oxygen...

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