Malta's electricity prices have not gone up but Eurostat claims otherwise. Why?
It is confusing but households have used more electricity which means more of it is paid at prices in higher tariff bands
We don’t want to reverse economy to 2012 to obtain same amount of EU funds - Aaron Farrugia
EU funds parliamentary secretary says negotiations with EU on funds are still at start, things need to develop before commenting
Updated | Labour MEPs are lone voice in defending sale of citizenship to rich foreigners

All MEPs speaking in a European Parliament debate on the sale of citizenship to wealthy foreigners have called for the closure of golden visa programmes bar...

All MEPs speaking in a European Parliament debate on the...

Girl band left heartbroken after equipment theft

Over €6,000 worth of equipment – including an entire drumkit –...

Over €6,000 worth of equipment – including an...

Urge db to rethink Pembroke project, Church commission tells Hard Rock International

The Church commission has published a letter it sent to the chairperson of Hard Rock International, asking the company to live by its motto and urge...

The Church commission has published a letter it sent...

MPs to get new facilities in ex-railway tunnel as Parliament runs out of space

The tunnel beneath the parliament building that once housed the Valletta train station is set to be transformed into new offices, a library and a bar for MPs

The tunnel beneath the parliament building that once housed...

[WATCH] Waste separation laws and fines only way of reaching recycling targets - Jose Herrera

  Environment Minister says legislative framework needed to reached European waste targets, as organic waste separation to become mandatory

  Environment Minister says legislative framework...

Updated | Maltese electricity prices among the lowest in the EU, Eurostat figures show

Maltese consumers paid among the lowest electricity prices in the EU but experienced one of the highest increases last year  

Maltese consumers paid among the lowest electricity prices...

Authorities will not appeal constitutional court ruling that found human rights breach of transgender prison inmates

A policy regulating how transgender people should be treated in prison was introduced in August 2016, the government say

A policy regulating how transgender people should be...

Muscat’s man, James Piscopo, to take over Lands Authority

James Piscopo, a close friend of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and one of the...

James Piscopo, a close friend of Prime Minister Joseph...

GDPR | Parties face hefty fines over electoral profiling without consent

GDPR doesn't just affect companies and business, but also political parties who store valuable information about citizens 

GDPR doesn't just affect companies and business, but...

Adrian Delia will support db project if it falls within planning rules

Opposition leader Adrian Delia has insisted the Nationalist Party will be in favour of any project that falls within planning parameters and this direction is...

Opposition leader Adrian Delia has insisted the Nationalist...

Michael Falzon asks if social housing entitlement should end if household situation improves

Social Solidarity Minister says social housing system needs to be re-evaluated, as Parliament discusses the Housing Authority

Social Solidarity Minister says social housing system needs...

Information campaign for Maltese in the UK planned, as Brexit draws closer

Foreign Affairs Minister does not foresee Maltese citizens having problems once UK leaves EU

Foreign Affairs Minister does not foresee Maltese citizens...

Equality watchdog to get greater powers

The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality will see its remit strengthened and will become a Human Rights and Equality Commission, Equality Minister...

The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality will...

European Commission says Malta could lose €179 million in EU funds

The country’s economic boom could see it net almost €179 million...

The country’s economic boom could see it net almost...

Facebook trio who mocked injured police officer granted bail

The three youths were last week denied bail by magistrate Joe Mifsud who said...

The three youths were last week denied bail by magistrate...

[WATCH] New government bonds for those 62 and over

People born in 1956 can apply for government bonds with a minimum investment of...

People born in 1956 can apply for government bonds with a...

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