Updated | Brian Tonna was employed as a person of trust by the Justice Ministry
Nexia BT managing partner Brian Tonna was employed on a position of trust basis by Justice Minister Owen Bonnici for a remuneration of approximately €5,000 per month and kept...
Julia Farrugia Portelli objects to Rabat hotel development
Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms, Julia Farrugia Portelli, took to Facebook to express her support of Moviment Graffitti's objection to the Saqqajja hotel application...
Construction worker injured in fall

A 25-year-old man sustained grievous injuries after falling while working on a construction site in Tarxien

A 25-year-old man sustained grievous injuries after falling...

Man accused of robbing neighbour to finance drug addiction

The man stole a bicycle, valuable painting and household decorations in the...

The man stole a bicycle, valuable painting and household...

Malta will receive British assistance in fight against human trafficking

The UK will assist Malta in devising a national strategy against human trafficking after both countries sign a memorandum of understanding

The UK will assist Malta in devising a national strategy...

Spending on mental health constitutes 4% of GDP

A 10-year mental health strategy unveiled for public consultation proposes...

A 10-year mental health strategy unveiled for public...

Unemployment declines by 23%

In October the number of people registered as unemployed stood at 1,790, a 23% decline over a year earlier

In October the number of people registered as unemployed...

Retail trade dips again as fewer goods are sold in October

Malta is one of three EU countries that saw a drop in retail trade in October,...

Malta is one of three EU countries that saw a drop in...

Elderly man run over by van in Zabbar

A 79-year-old man suffered serious injuries after he was hit by a van in Zabbar

A 79-year-old man suffered serious injuries after he was...

Unauthorised school absences have declined

Fewer students failed to attend school without a valid reason in the five years...

Fewer students failed to attend school without a valid...

VAT receipt lottery urn does not allow adequate shuffling, NAO finds

The National Audit Office tables its annual report on government spending and...

The National Audit Office tables its annual report on...

Insufficient information on EU presidency spending, says NAO

Auditor General report says not all spending during EU presidency went...

Auditor General report says not all spending during EU...

63 discoveries of suspicious substances in prison in 2017

Last year marked a relative increase over the previous two when it came to the...

Last year marked a relative increase over the previous two...

[WATCH] Government needs to say if it intends to sign UN migration compact, anti-immigration party says

Moviment Patrijotti Maltin has accused the government and Opposition of ‘not saying a word’ about Malta’s intention or otherwise to sign the...

Moviment Patrijotti Maltin has accused the government and...

Principal Permanent Secretary meets with unions over controversial legislation

Following the tabling of the Public Administration Act in Parliament last week and the inflamed reaction of the federation of unions, the Principal Permanent...

Following the tabling of the Public Administration Act in...

Gas pipeline concerns in Sicily will be addressed, Energy Minister tells Sicilian regional president

Consultation meetings on the Malta-Sicily gas pipeline will continue in Sicily so that local concerns are addressed in the project design, Energy Minister Joe...

Consultation meetings on the Malta-Sicily gas pipeline will...

Auditor General will clarify ‘misconceptions’ on Electrogas report in parliamentary committee

The National Audit Office has welcomed the debate generated by its report on the Electrogas contract but any clarifications will be made in Parliament

The National Audit Office has welcomed the debate generated...

‘Malta must redouble efforts to identify masterminds in Caruana Galizia murder’

“A full year later since their arrest, the three men have still not yet been brought to trial, and the investigation has failed to yield...

“A full year later since their arrest, the...

Socar wanted to use Delimara for energy-hungry Bitcoin mining, Electrogas email shows

Nationalist MP tables leaked email in Parliament showing Electrogas directors discussing how to use Delimara plant for Bitcoin mining

Nationalist MP tables leaked email in Parliament showing...

Updated | Muscat insists NAO report shows tender shortcomings had no bearing on Electrogas choice

Parliament this evening debated the Auditor General's Electrogas deal report, with Adrian Delia pointing out various inconsistencies uncovered in the...

Parliament this evening debated the Auditor General's...

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