Mechanism on rule of law 'needed more than ever' - European Parliament

The mechanism would provide annual assessment of member states

Phone calls to other EU countries get prices capped

MEPs also approve emergency alert system

Father cleared of sexually abusing his daughter

The girl could not even identify her father

Citizenship schemes should be ‘phased out as soon as possible' - EP committee

Special committee on financial crimes presents findings

Italian businessman defrauded two construction companies, court told

Man remanded in custody

Fined €4,500 for sharing video of sexual encounter

Video was shared without the woman's consent

Competition watchdog dealt another blow

It cannot carry out its own investigations

Government ignoring air quality issues -  AD

The recently published Air Quality in Europe report showing poor air quality in Malta and the ERA report that...

Gudja councillors want to ban non-residents' parking of more than 24 hours

People leave their car in Gudja when they go abroad

First national car-sharing system launched

Initiative had come under fire for taking up parking spaces

What does the EU do for you?

EU cranks up efforts to inform citizens about its work

Study on when to stop importation of vehicles using diesel, petrol

Several countries have already set dates when diesel and petrol vehicles would be banned

MFSA closes case against Times of Malta

The Times had refused to disclose its sources

‘Queen of totalitarianism’: Edwin Vassallo lambasts Helena Dalli over X Factor criticism

'All he did was speak on his spiritual personal experience'

Light pollution blamed as record number of seabirds get stranded

Young birds become disoriented by bright lights from coastal developments

€15,000 painting treated like a State secret

No information about where it is, what it looks like

Today's front pages - November 14, 2018

The top stories in Malta's newspapers

Firefighters rescue residents from burning apartment

The tenants had been unaware of the fire

Brave Żabbar shop owner, passers-by, foil armed robbery

At least one shot fired, but nobody hurt

Waste management reform needs fixing, Labour MP admits

Silvio Parnis says there's a lot that needs to be done to fix system