Denise Grech

Denise Grech


Articles by: Denise Grech

Transport Ministry taken to court over ‘abuse of power’

Sea-Watch had right to use property freely taken away, lawyers argue

‘Lack of space’ pushes migrant women into men's compound in Ħal Far

The situation is temporary - ministry

Government ‘guaranteeing’ it will go on with corruption, Delia says

Opposition leader slams government reaction to power station audit report

Two women to run three marathons around coastline for waste awareness

126km run will follow on from round Malta swim by Neil Agius

Stella Maris college breaching agreement, union warns

Members asked not to perform additional replacement duties

EU presents plan to fight fake news ahead of upcoming MEP elections

Plans to set up a Rapid Alert System

Cospicua students miss around 24 school days a year, study finds

Unauthorised absences in decline

Over 1,500 money laundering 'mules' identified in Europe-wide crackdown

Malta among 30 states taking part in investigation

'Clear deficiencies' in Daphne murder probe, press freedom organisations say

‘No further tangible results’ since three men arrested a year ago

Could Malta get low-emission traffic zones?

ERA looks at introducing traffic pollution measures

'Profoundly disturbed' by Jason Micallef's promotion - PEN International

Says Muscat had considered calling for Micallef's resignation

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Environment minister 'confident' Malta will reach EU waste targets

Minister, European Commissioner confident Malta can turn things around

Another top post for Jason Micallef after Valletta 2018

He was a man 'who delivered', Owen Bonnici says

Celebrations to bring Valletta 2018 to a close

More work to be done in the cultural sector

Speed limits to be reduced on some streets as part of cycling strategy

Helmets may become mandatory for cyclists

Most schools fail minimum hygiene standards – MUT

Standards on student density, physical space, sanitary facilities and hygiene not enforced

Helena Dalli has no ‘opinion’ on 17 Black

'What do I have to do with all of this?'

'200 million reasons for Konrad Mizzi to go' - Delia

PN leader slams 'surreal' minister and says Muscat must now move to dismiss him

Maltese media at high risk of being influenced by politicians, study finds

Daphne murder 'darkest hour for media freedom since Charlie Hebdo'

Break the cycle of domestic violence, ministry says

Series of posters, sessions to empower those at high risk launched

Freshwater may be extracted from the seabed, study finds

Costs will be significantly lower than at present

Beware fake news, Archbishop warns

'Lies separate not just people but entire nations'

Alfred Sant indicates he may stay on

Former PM says it is difficult to ignore Muscat's appeal to seek EP re-election

Pack of baby wipes yields €800 in court

Man, three women, convicted of living off prostitution

Domestic violence laws ‘still not working’

Changes do not always work in practice