Over 18,000 EU nationals registered to vote in Malta for MEPs

Turnout in 2014 for European Parliament elections was below 50%

Sliema parking scheme has spent six years in limbo

Idea has the backing of residents

Today's front pages: March 22, 2019

These are the stories which made it to Friday's front pages: The Times of Malta reports on a...

President meets Mattarella

Various issues of mutual interest discussed

'We all thought he was dead': the storm that kept a man trapped inside a lighthouse

Seventy years ago, Toni Spiteri spent three days cooped up in his Ricasoli workplace

58 babies to be born from IVF carried out last year

Vast majority of couples use new law despite controversy

Suspect rapist's bail in jeopardy after dancing night away in Paceville

He allegedly breached curfew

Gozo tunnel: public not yet able to make informed decision, church commission says

Commission urges government to publish research and alternatives

Roads, cars flooded as sudden downpour causes chaos

Downpour causes flooding headaches on first day of spring

'The battle's lost' - water NGO shuts up shop after facing tide of apathy

Says there is no commitment to address threats being faced

1940 Fordson7v Fire Tender to be restored

The vehicle was used during war-time Malta

Teenager pleads not guilty to theft

Remanded in custody

Action on climate change needed now

Net CO2 emissions had to be reduced drastically and urgently

Regulation is the answer in cryptocurrency sector, expert insists

Sector requires proactive approach

President has a papal audience, days before the end of her term

President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca held an audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican, days before she leaves...

Green light for Mellieħa eight-storey hotel, despite objections

Planning Authority gives short shrift to council's objections

First details of Malta’s Artificial Intelligence policy announced

Policy document issued for public consultation

Roles of the Prosecutor General and Attorney General to be separated

Government has to implement reform it has been resisting - Opposition

No Skype, no medical visas court case

Libyan men had wanted to testify directly to court

No significant progress in the fight against corruption’ – European Commission

Edward Scicluna says most of the focus on Malta is politically motivated