PN adds anti-SLAPP amendment to new media law
The Nationalist Party has presented an amendment to include
Illegal dumping in Għar Lapsi quarry continues, no enforcement in sight
No action has been taken to stop the illegal
Beppe Fenech Adami: Government wants Caruana Galizia murder ‘buried’
Opposition MP Beppe Fenech Adami has accused government of
‘Fight corruption, not those exposing wrongdoing’ – EPP chief
The government would do better to focus its energy
Photos removed from Daphne Caruana Galizia memorial
The photos placed at the memorial dedicated to journalist
Bailed out: Deal with Steward Healthcare for Malta hospitals signed
Shares in Vitals Global Healthcare, the holder of the
Vitals busy negotiating international contracts while seeking bailout in Malta
From Oman to the Balkans, VGH has been busy
Il-Kenniesa getting ready for gruelling marathon
More than 12 members of Il-Kenniesa, a group of
‘We will not be silenced,’ activists warn Muscat
Activists calling for justice for murdered journalist Daphne Caruana
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Anyone needing a job need not bother visiting JobsPlus,
Sandro Chetcuti: Higher IIP threshold will benefit people seeking affordable rent
Developers’ association chief Sandro Chetcuti’s recent proposal to increase
Qormi council ‘powerless’ in protecting historical heritage
The Qormi local council does not have the necessary
UPDATED | ‘Who killed Daphne?’ banners removed at night
Banners and billboards erected by activists on Friday calling
Head of civil service and Heritage Malta tight-lipped on compensation agreement 
Principal permanent secretary and civil service chief Mario Cutajar
UPDATED: MEP David Casa gives court report ‘buried’ by Malta’s anti-money laundering agency
Updated to include Minister Konrad Mizzi’s comment. Nationalist MEP
UPDATED: Four months – No justice, no change
Four months since the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
Heavy machinery used to ‘dismantle’ historic Qormi farmhouse
Photos sent in by readers show that part of
Transfer of hospitals concession to Steward Healthcare cleared after investor withdraws legal action
Vitals investor Ashok Rattehalli informed the court this morning
Awturi call for Parliamentary debate on mental health 
Newly formed NGO Awturi has called for an urgent
Malta drops two places in The Economist’s democracy index
In The Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2017 Democracy Index, published
MEPs slam Pilatus Bank in letter to the European Banking Authority
Twenty-two MEPs from across political groups have expressed serious
Decision on Wied Għomor development to be known next month
The Planning Authority’s Environment and Planning Review Tribunal today
Europol sounds warning on Bitcoin as a money laundering tool
Three to four billion pounds of criminal money in
Birkirkara residents concerned about application to demolish villa and trees
Birkirkara residents remain concerned about an application submitted to
Expansion of tuna cages reignites anger over slime in the summer of 2016
The doubling of tuna cages by Azzopardi Fisheries has
Where is Sai Mizzi Liang?
Foreign Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela has confirmed that the
PM lied about Chief of Staff’s involvement in film industry
The Prime Minister lied when he told Parliament that
EXCLUSIVE: Footage of St Vincent de Paule residents evacuated after flooding
Residents were this morning evacuated from the RB2 ward