Who is Malta’s Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat or Keith Schembri? - Adrian Delia
Opposition leader Adrian Delia, in his address to the PN General Council, accused Joseph Muscat of lying about 17 Black and Keith Schembri
Malta will lose an ally if UK Parliament approves Brexit agreement - Prime Minister
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that today’s EU summit is more of a formality, and the challenge will be whether the Brexit arrangement is approved in the British...
Flawed website leads to Lands Authority data breach

The personal data of some 5,000 Lands Authority clients ended up in the public...

The personal data of some 5,000 Lands Authority clients...

[WATCH] Students explore space at Esplora

Students now have the opportunity to integrate the work they do in the field of...

Students now have the opportunity to integrate the work...

Rosianne Cutajar accuses MEP Ana Gomes of hypocrisy for filing police report

Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar said Gomes’s filing of a police report, asking for a news portal to be investigated, contradicts her own...

Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar said Gomes’s filing of a...

Equality minister says online abuse towards female MP shows need for mentality change

Equality Minister Helena Dalli this morning launched the '16 Days of Activism' campaign, which will start on Sunday and will seek to galvanise...

Equality Minister Helena Dalli this morning launched the...

Corporal punishment humiliates and harms children, Children Commissioner’s office warns

Office of the Commissioner for Children cautions against the damage done when children are subjected to physical punishment

Office of the Commissioner for Children cautions against...

PD files no confidence motion in Konrad Mizzi

Democratic Party MPs Godfrey Farrugia and Marlene Farrugia submitted the motion...

Democratic Party MPs Godfrey Farrugia and Marlene Farrugia...

[WATCH] Black Friday buying spree sees people sleeping outside shops

Some people have slept outside major shopping outlets to be first in line for...

Some people have slept outside major shopping outlets to be...

[WATCH] South End Core hopes to attract bigger crowds at Ta’ Qali

Despite bad results, Dillon Mercieca wants Maltese to back the national team...

Despite bad results, Dillon Mercieca wants Maltese to back...

Cars with foreign number plates get clamped over illegal parking

A total of 876 vehicles were clamped between January and September this year

A total of 876 vehicles were clamped between January and...

Theft in decline, but more fraud reported as Maltese become ‘richer’

Statistics show 18% less crime reported in 2018 than 2016, with drop in theft constituting the bulk of this downturn

Statistics show 18% less crime reported in 2018 than 2016,...

Repubblika: An NGO, a PN faction or a home for orphans?

A new 'civil society' organisation called Repubblika proclaims its...

A new 'civil society' organisation called...

PN will fix injustices caused by utility bills overcharging, David Agius says

The Nationalist Party deputy leader for parliamentary affairs David Agius tells the party's general council that overbilling in water and electricity...

The Nationalist Party deputy leader for parliamentary...

New white paper aims to regulate 'cultural' open markets

Economy Minister Chris Cardona launched a white paper on open markets that aims...

Economy Minister Chris Cardona launched a white paper on...

Maltese people have longest good health lifespan in the EU

According to a new report on the State of Health in the EU, Maltese people...

According to a new report on the State of Health in the EU,...

‘Women deserve the most complete freedom’, top doctor tells medical graduands

University’s head of anatomy Jean Calleja Agius honours women doctors in speech to medical graduands

University’s head of anatomy Jean...

French in gentle decline as German grows in popularity at ‘O’ levels

Teenagers are more likely to sit for ‘Ordinary’ level exams in German and Spanish than they were 10 years ago

Teenagers are more likely to sit for ‘Ordinary’...

‘High percentage’ of dubious votes flagged in new electronic counting system trial

Officials from both parties said the system had detected an abnormally high number of dubious votes during a trial last Saturday

Officials from both parties said the system had detected an...

Half of those aged 20 to 29 don’t make their own financial decisions, study finds

Financial capability survey indicates that a good portion of young adults had other people make their monetary decisions for them

Financial capability survey indicates that a good portion...

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