Activists, residents in final appeal against ITS development

‘Democratic principles are at stake,’ residents and activists say

Mizzi Organisation distances itself from director's criticism of ITS project

Future Generations Guardian was highly critical of the db Group's plans

Cohesion funds needed in spite of economic growth – Parliamentary Secretary

Malta disagrees with proposals to cut post-2020 funding

Five tourists for every Maltese last year

Malta second most popular country per capita for tourism

Selected fast-ferry partner 'failed miserably' to meet criteria - lawyer

Virtu Ferries trying to stop Gozo Channel from proceeding with its rival

1,400 submissions on controversial Central Link project

Residents fear project will create more traffic, destruction of arable land

Largest drug haul had value of €28.5 million

Over 10 tonnes of cannabis resin discovered at Malta Freeport

Facebook footage not enough to identify man in Paceville fight

Security officer cleared of being involved in attack on Shawn Zammit

Young woman run over by car in St Julian's

Injuries described as serious

Release NGO rescue craft at once, MEP delegation tells government

Blocking of migrant rescue vessels described as "unlawful"

Child Protection Bill: ‘New measures on their own may not curb abuse’

Social workers have mixed feelings about the effectiveness of mandatory reporting

Owner of massage parlours cleared of prostitution-related charges

No evidence that owner knew of any illegal activities

A holiday from public funds? Mayor silent on Ayia Napa youth ‘delegation’

Trip raises eyebrows at Local Councils Department

Foster critical thinking to counter 'rising extremism', President urges

'Education is an inherently political activity, linked social justice and social solidarity'

Labour Party paying 'miserly rent' for prominent Birzebbuġa club - owners want property returned

Two properties were originally requisitioned for use by the government

PA approves Sta Luċija roundabout tunnel works

Project to reduce travelling time by 30%

Suspected illegal works destroy protected trees, garigue in Xemxija

Environment NGOs express their concern

Unlicensed driver ordered to pay €34,000 to drummer he almost killed in crash

Motorist was 17 when he crashed his mother's car

Caruana Galizia banner returned after it was ripped away 'on minister's orders'

Government claimed the monument is in need of urgent restoration

Relatives of murdered mother need donations for funeral expenses

We promise to ensure that justice is served and her voice never forgotten - foundation