[WATCH] Prime Minister says he's sceptical of state funding of political parties
The PM says he believes the parties should be self-sustainable by commercialising their clubs
Thrifting your way out of fashion’s planetary impact
Malta’s sustainable fashion movement is a small, thriving community of shoppers who recognise the impacts that ‘fast’ fashion’s business model has on...
Malta seeks compromise on sanctions that ban EU-flagged vessels from transporting Russian oil

Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia says that Malta has its own ' interests to protect' after the European Commission proposed a ban on Russian...

Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia says that Malta has...

75% of Maltese want greater EU military cooperation after Ukraine invasion

After Russia invaded Ukraine, the public mood in Malta favours greater EU military cooperation, Eurobarometer survey shows

After Russia invaded Ukraine, the public mood in Malta...

Malta found to have breached human rights by denying IVF due to woman's age

The European Court of Human Rights has declared that the local health authorities’ rejection of a Maltese couple’s request for a second IVF cycle...

The European Court of Human Rights has declared that the...

[WATCH] Auxiliary Bishop: 'When you're trying to save a life, you're not destroying another'

Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi says saving a pregnant woman whose life was in danger was not tantamount to 'destroying' another life if treatment...

Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi says saving a pregnant...

Thief released on bail, pending pre-sentencing report

A man from Valletta has been released on bail, pending a pre-sentencing report,...

A man from Valletta has been released on bail, pending a...

Woman admits to stealing from Valletta jeweller while on probation

Her lawyer asked the court to convert itself into a drug court because of the...

Her lawyer asked the court to convert itself into a drug...

Pensions drive up social security spending that hits €322 million mark in first three months

Government expenditure on social security benefits increased by €65.8 million in the first three months of 2022 with pensions being the prime driver

Government expenditure on social security benefits...

Mosta maternity home helps vulnerable mothers with unplanned pregnancies

Lifeline Malta has provided women with over 1,000 hours of post-natal support

Lifeline Malta has provided women with over 1,000...

Prison visitor's rights breached when she was not informed of her right to refuse a strip search

A judge has ruled that a woman's rights were breached when prison guards did not inform her that she could refuse a strip search while visiting her partner...

A judge has ruled that a woman's rights were breached...

‘€363m Deiulemar case posed existential risk for BOV’ - Gordon Cordina

BOV Chairman Gordon Cordina says €182.5m settlement will release funds forfeited under precaution security and will leave bank ‘in a better...

BOV Chairman Gordon Cordina says €182.5m settlement...

Party debts: the case for state funding

Indebted political parties are bad news for democracy as it makes them even more dependent on private donors who expect something in return, or are themselves...

Indebted political parties are bad news for democracy as it...

Russian oil embargo comes late in the day, MEPs tell Von der Leyen

EU sanctions include phase-out of Russian crude and refined petroleum, as...

EU sanctions include phase-out of Russian crude and refined...

Motorcyclist, 35, dies in Coast Road accident

A 35-year-old motorcyclist has died in a traffic accident on the Coast...

A 35-year-old motorcyclist has died in a traffic accident...

As Frontex boss resigns over human rights violations, MEPs refuse budget for border agency

Discharge delayed: MEPs vote against signing off on EU border agency Frontex’s accounts

Discharge delayed: MEPs vote against signing off on EU...

Voters in MEP elections could choose ‘EU-wide’ candidates in proposed rules change

MEPs start work on overhaul of the EU Electoral Act, turning 27 separate elections and their different rules into a single pan-European election

MEPs start work on overhaul of the EU Electoral Act,...

Print and paper industry reeling under huge price hikes

Paper, cardboard, printing supplies and related products have skyrocketed since...

Paper, cardboard, printing supplies and related products...

Europol expert exhibits report on more than 20 items seized during police Maksar raids

Robert Agius and Jamie Vella are charged with supplying the bomb that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia in October 2017 • Adrian Agius is also charged with...

Robert Agius and Jamie Vella are charged with supplying the...

Man’s violence against daughter caught on audio recording of Easter incident

Girl describes how man grabbed eldest daughter by the hair and slammed her head on wardrobe, as court hears audio recordings illustrating violent Easter Sunday...

Girl describes how man grabbed eldest daughter by the hair...