Articles by: Ivan Martin

Hunters want to start shooting turtle dove once more

A moratorium on turtle dove hunting was declared in 2017

Gozo ferries 13 times more polluting than the vehicles they carry

Tunnel would not lead to any more over-development than there already was

Watch: €13m Ta' Qali project to house 70 workshops

New facilities will be ready by 2020

Spanish investigators widen net in tuna racket probe

Local companies come under Spanish scrutiny

PN will once again have to clean up Labour's mess, Delia says

Msida could become an attractive university town

Students to 'strike' for climate change on Friday

March from University to Valletta as youths across the globe rally for action

Malta to ask for ‘millions’ from EU fund to cover storm damage

Storm caused more than €2 million in damage to street furniture alone

Maltese are having the fewest babies in Europe

Fertility rate hits rock bottom as Maltese having fewer babies

‘No arrests’ in Malta over international car smuggling racket

Two Maltese men allegedly acted as intermediaries

Traffic chaos, unlocked exits and other state school hazards

A security audit into local schools, following a schoolyard assault

How would you like your uniform, sporty or formal?

Parents of State school pupils to have their say

Not enough people on Gozo to justify metro connection

Population of sister island way too small for economic feasibility

Tuna farms broke the law, but were allowed to carry on

Multiple inspections found countless problems at most local tuna operations

New gender action plan intended to weed out discrimination

Law will focus on amending legislation that retains discriminatory functions

New President George Vella will head constitutional reform committee

President Coleiro Preca had signalled intention to continue chairing committee

Watch: Malta in the middle of cross-continent luxury car smuggling operation

Two locals allegedly helped Italians move vehicles from Italy to Libya

Refugee crisis: a voice of hope

DNA samples held in Malta could end suffering of many Eritrean families

President Coleiro Preca evasive on Constitutional reform role

Outgoing head of state declines to comment

Over €3m stolen in BOV cyberattack ‘recovered’

The bulk of the rest is frozen in foreign jurisdictions

George Vella set to be Malta's next president

Prime Minister nominates his choice for Malta's next head of state

Holocaust denial not an issue in Malta, survey finds

Maltese least likely to consider anti-Semitism a national problem

Teachers need insurance cover, union insists

Government 'receptive' to idea

Employing persons of trust is ‘a cultural matter’, head of civil service says

Gardeners or drivers recruited under persons-of-trust procedure

BOV hackers ‘planned back door opportunity’

They intended to regain access at a later stage

Konrad Mizzi eyeing Labour leadership

Asked by Muscat not to run