Government ditched plan to invest €45 million in Air Malta shares
The government was planning to take up shares worth
Parliament to debate law amendments to protect journalists against crippling lawsuits
A Private Member’s Bill being presented in Parliament today
Three months since Daphne’s assassination: calls to end impunity
Three months’ since the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
Tunnel proposed to cater for increased traffic to St George’s Bay
A 1.3km tunnel is being proposed in Pembroke to
Parliamentary diabetes committee yet to be set up despite agreement
Both government and the opposition are in agreement over
Ryan Callus defends vote for ODZ petrol station
Nationalist MP Ryan Callus, the opposition’s representative on the
Labour donor wants ODZ petrol station with cafeteria in Mgarr
Plans for a new ODZ petrol station proposed by
202 new dwellings instead of Salina Wharf hotel
Twenty-six maisonettes, 162 apartments and 14 penthouses built in
Pressure on EU Commissioner to limit damage from abusive lawsuits on press
MEPs have called for European legislation that would curtail
Government contract with Henley and Partners belies PM’s denial to MEPs
The government contract with Henley and Partners contradicts what
Malta’s new frontier: Kazakhstan
Malta-based broker Exante has signed a deal in Kazakhstan
22 Gozitan civil servants hired during electoral campaign
NSO figures published today reveal that the number of
Gzira tower set to rise for third time
After having the height  of the East 14 tower
Five new floors on century-old Sliema houses approved
The Planning Authority has today approved the construction of
Azzopardi Fisheries wants 12 new cages at Sikka l-Bajda
AJD Tuna-a company owned by Azzopardi Fisheries has recently
‘I really doubt whether it’s truly a university’ – former AUM faculty member
A former faculty member at the American University of
Malta’s ‘artful dodger’ tries to impress Britain
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat was called the “artful dodger
Azzopardi Fisheries does not want to pay €30,000 for the location of its tuna cages
Azzopardi Fisheries wants the Planning Authority to dismiss a
Polidano applies to continue quarrying at Għar Lapsi
Construction magnate Charles Polidano has applied to continue quarry
Vitals: There’s no final deal with Steward Healthcare
The announcement by the government on 21 December welcoming
Gaming addiction to be classified as a mental disorder
The news that gaming addiction is to be listed
Tanya Borg Cardona appointed on bioethics committee
Tanya Borg Cardona, the former Broadcasting Authority chairperson who
Equality Ministry declines to comment on Farrugia remarks on shamed police officer
A spokesperson for Equality Minister Helena Dalli has refused
Lawyer says law regulating travel insolvency fund ‘breaks the spirit of data privacy’
The client information which travel agents are being required
Two new floors proposed on protected Paceville townhouse
Two new storeys are being proposed on one of
Malta citizen list: Who is Alexey Kirienko?
Alexey Kirienko, one of the names published in a
UPDATED: SLAPPing down dissenting voices
The article has been updated to include the statement
Henley and Partners threatens legal action against The Shift
Henley and Partners, the company awarded a multi million-euro