Denise Grech

Denise Grech


Articles by: Denise Grech

Single flower marks Daphne memorial

Memorial removed over 20 times so far

Three councils get €90,000 to promote ditching of cars

Pietà, Safi, Għarb winners of Permanent Sustainability Mobility Measures scheme

Watch: Rescue vessel impounded in Malta sets off at last

The vessel has been held at Malta since July

Rent reform proposals positive, but more can be done, NGOs say

Insist on minimum contract of three years, tax incentives linked to contract length

Daphne memorial returns

Memorial was cleared two days after anniversary vigil

Ryanair flight delayed after captain falls sick

Passengers left to wait for a replacement

Goodbye, administrative committees? Local council reform proposals unveiled

Term limits for mayors and broader responsibilities for regional committees proposed

Airline passenger data goes real-time as EU directive takes off

€2m project to implement new EU rules is now fully functional

Multi-million tuna racket traced to Maltese waters

Fish sold in Spain after passing through French harbours, says Europol

No wheels on this bus: 'walking school bus' gets going

Safi council employs walking school bus to avoid traffic congestion

Journalists continue to be hindered in their role as watchdogs

Press freedom in dramatic decline

Free school transport means 3,000 fewer cars on roads 'at certain times' - Bartolo

But service problems persist

79% of Budget 2018 measures were fulfilled

45 measures from previous Budgets also completed

Watch: Protesters unfurl Daphne banner, defying government

Archbishop's delegate ponders why authorities so upset by 'innocuous flowers'

Watch: Mourners hold silent gathering in Bidnija

Crowd honours Caruana Galizia in silence, one year on since her murder

Companies should provide bicycles for employees, NGO proposes

Diesel fuel should be taxed to discourage its use

‘Frequent’ rejection of Freedom of Information requests flagged to UN

Ministries received 402 requests between 2015 and 2017

Freshwater may be extracted from the seabed, study finds

Costs will be significantly lower than at present

Attorney General asked court for witnesses in Egrant case not to testify - Delia

Opposition ready to move amendments to the Constitution

'Prostitution of Schengen’: MEP Ana Gomes slams passport scheme

Socialist MEP emphasises her concerns about cash-for-passport schemes

Over 11,000 found living in overcrowded households

More than a quarter cite environment problems

HSBC's female managers double in just two years

One candidate for each position has to be a woman

Activists call on Chris Cardona to resign, file police report

Economy Minister's position is untenable, activists say

Twenty per cent of working population have mental health conditions

Unions pledge to prioritise mental health at the workplace

Ex-One reporter Simone Cini made commissioner for domestic violence

Ms Cini admits she has no expertise but says she is 'passionate about the topic'