11 reasons why Muscat remains on top
Any Prime Minister facing the prospect of the EU
Plans for Jerma site to host apartment complex and 13-storey hotel
The latest proposal being made by developer Charles Camilleri
13 point increase in perception that tenders are rigged
The percentage of business who think that ‘corruption in
€50,000 enough to offset impact of ODZ petrol station in Marsaskala
A one-time payment of €50,000 is being proposed as
Art Deco cinema set to make room for block of apartments
The lido cinema in Birżebbuġa is set to make
New port, airport and roads loom on Gozo
Vague plans for a new road linking Mġarr to
Rejected ODZ petrol station to be reconsidered
The Planning Board will tomorrow reconsider a permit for
Plans to transplant Selmun hill trees “bollocks”
Alan Deidun, a biologist and board member in the
62% think Maltese government not doing enough for environment
The percentage of Maltese who think that their government
Ecological impact of controversial Selmun hill project
Transport Malta’s plan to widen the existing road connecting
PA’s planned school visits to zoo banned
Last October the Planning Authority lifted a €50,000 planning
275 apartments to replace offices in Mercury House project
275 high-end apartments will be accommodated in a 31-floor
17-storey hotel set to open floodgates for high rise up north
In what could be a precedent for more high rise
The scourge of Bribesville coming to Malta
Antonio Di Pietro – a household name for a
Protected building in Sliema set for six storey extension
An extra storey is being proposed on Villino Zammit
Fortina: 109 apartments proposed on land zoned for tourism
A residential complex comprising 109 apartments rising 15 floors
Constitutional Reform: An Iceland in the Mediterranean?
The present government clearly has an electoral mandate to
Planning Authority legalises illegal structure in Gozo countryside
The Planning Authority has reversed its decision to demolish
Iconic Balzan townhouse set to be demolished
The charming town of Balzan is set to lose
After Daphne’s execution: The rise of civil society
Two consecutive national demonstrations organised by Civil Society Network
The left hand consults the right on Bahar ic-Caghaq beach
The Malta Tourism Authority has asked the Planning Authority
Labour MEPs isolated in their opposition to the rule of law resolution in EP
Only 12 members of the Socialist Group voted in
Heritage Superintendence tells PA to reject AUM application
The new AUM campus proposed at Dock Number 1
Benchmark report says that students are ‘scribbling’ not writing
A report on the performance of children sitting for
New book sheds light on Daphne’s life and work
More than 20 friends, journalists, artists and academics have
Protected barracks to be ‘dismantled and reassembled’ in DB towers
The historical barracks currently hosting the Institute of Tourism
After Daphne’s Execution: Delia’s ‘honeymoon’ interrupted
Newly-elected PN leader Adrian Delia has been deprived of
ITS project: An icon of ‘the commercialisation of our way of life’
The Institute for Tourism Studies project by DB Group
Fireworks factory approved 300m away from legendary chapel
The Planning Authority has ignored warnings by the Superintendence
‘Fantastic Malta’ exposed in Paradise Papers
When confronted by the news that the European Parliament