Articles by: Claire Caruana

Europol warns of cryptocurrencies abuse

Warning comes after biggest cryptocurrency exchanges relocated to Malta

Maltese authorities reluctant to act, MEPs fear

Parliamentarians met with 'defensive' atittudes

Adoptions from India to continue

46 adoptions last year – Family Minister

Nurses’ council evasive on why it took almost a year to flag non-EU staff issue

Legal notice will start process for their assimilation into workforce

Will new laws change the internet forever?

Claire Caruana explains some of the issues at stake when MEPs voted for new European copyright laws last week.

Billboards on government projects do not need permit – PA

Billboards advertising public work being carried out by the government do not require permits to be put up as...

MEPs want to meet AG, police chief, chief justice

Rule of law monitoring delegation arrives on Wednesday

Malta has biggest bus fleet per capita in EU

Average 4.4 buses for every 1,000 people

Malta's teenage boys still the fattest in Europe

More than one in every three 13-year-old boys is overweight or obese

Patients in chronic pain face month-long wait

More than 300 people in line for treatment at Mater Dei's pain management clinic

70 non-EU trained nurses to join health sector

Authorities crank up efforts to recruit third-country applicants

Manuel Mallia's attempt to oust Caruana Galizia murder monitor fails

Labour MP asked Council of Europe to appoint someone 'independent, impartial'

Adults have one to two alcoholic drinks a day

Maltese drinking higher than the global average

Residents accuse cultural heritage superintendence of ‘inconsistency’

The €55m Central Link project faces resistance from a number of Attard residents

Measles warning may have caused vaccine spike

But paediatrician fears increase will be short-lived

Social media is a growing headache for teachers, union boss says

Union president highlights problems after false rumour spread like wildfire

Rescue plane stopped from flying two months before being officially grounded

Red tape kept Sea-Watch plane grounded since May

Casa calls on Moneyval to investigate 17 Black information

Also flags lack of action against Nexia BT

Fate of migrants found on farm still unknown

PM had sent they would be sent back to Italy

Hospital security officers ‘taking too long to act’

Medical staff having to deal with rowdy patients or visitors

Doctors will be able to order tests online

No more forms to fill out as myhealth platform will enable direct input

Nurses trained outside EU not allowed to work

Shortfall of 550 nurses putting pressure on situation

Food and drink prices have mushroomed since 2000

Prices up by almost 70 per cent since turn of the century, Eurostat data shows

Third MEP delegation returning to probe rule of law

Even bigger delegation expected later this month

PM calls on police to step up presence at Marsa

Rowdy behaviour has to stop, independently of the nationality of people involved