Advert

Popular Stories

  1. Malta’s ‘Warrior’ loses Eurovision battle

    Malta will not be taking part in Saturday's Eurovision final after Amber's song "Warrior" failed to qualify in today's second semi-final. The 10 countries making it through today were Lithuania, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden, Norway, Montenegro,...

  2. Updated: V18's Jason Micallef says PBS CEO should resign following Malta's 'abysmal' Eurovision showing

    Public Broadcasting Services CEO Anton Attard should resign immediately after Malta’s “abysmal” showing in yesterday’s Eurovision semi-final, according to V18 chief Jason Micallef. “He has to shoulder the responsibility for this result. This was...

  3. Updated - Corinthia in €400m six-star hotel development

    The Corinthia Group this morning confirmed plans to develop a six-star hotel on the site currently occupied by the San Gorg Corinthia, the Corinthia Marina and Radisson Blu hotels in St Julian's. Group Chairman Alfred Pisani said during a visit by...

  4. Updated - Minister requests meeting with Skanska over weak hospital concrete

    Updated 1.35pm - Health Minister Konrad Mizzi has requested a meeting with Skanska after an investigation found weak concrete across Mater Dei Hospital, except the new oncology section. Times of Malta reported earlier today that repair work will...

  5. Updated - Projects Officer not guilty in oil scandal case - court does not believe George Farrugia

    Ray Ferris, former Chief Projects Officer of Enemalta has been acquitted of all charges related to the oil procurement scandal. The judgment by Magistrate Consuelo Scerri Herrera was given this morning. The magistrate said the version of events by...

  6. Government might consider surface railway system - minister

    The introduction of a surface railway system is one of the options which the government is exploring in order to address traffic congestion on the island, Transport Minister Joe Mizzi said this morning.  The first Malta Railway folded in...

  7. Pilot: we are bracing for the worst with Air Malta

    Air Malta employees – from pilots to part-time staff – are increasingly concerned about their future, especially in view of what they deem to be mixed messages coming from the airline. Following reports in The Sunday Times of Malta that the...

  8. Labour MPs expected to cross swords on Xarabank

    Fireworks are expected this evening as Labour MPs Marlene Farrugia and Deborah Schembri meet on TVM's programme Xarabank, only days after their heated exchanges in Parliament when Dr Farrugia reiterated her vociferous opposition to the site chosen...

  9. Libyan government seeking Gaddafi son's funds from BOV

    Bank of Valletta insisted this morning that it is not involved in any legal battle involving funds belonging to Mutassim Gaddafi, the late dictator's son. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Libyan government is seeking to recover millions...

  10. Updated - Weak concrete at Mater Dei Hospital: former CEO reserves right to take legal action

    The former CEO of the Foundation for Medical Services has categorically rejected the “unfounded and malicious insinuations” being made by Health Minister Konrad Mizzi in his regard and reserved the right to take legal action. His statement came...

Advert
Advert