An apologetic ‘volte-face’ by Academy for Disciplined Forces’ director of studies

Following a condemnation drawn from the Nationalist Party (PN) and the civil liberties NGO Repubblika, the…

Malta is one of the top 12 European Union nations for large-scale cocaine seizures

Malta has just been named among the top 12 EU nations with the most cocaine seizures.…

On Tuesday, Ukraine’s President Zelensky will address Malta’s parliament

Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, is expected to address Malta’s Parliament next Tuesday. Dr Ian Borg, the…

Civil Service chief finally calls it a day

The Principal Permanent Secretary and former GWU trade-unionist Mario Cutajar has announced that he will retire…

Agriculture Minister interrogated by Police on British-era stone marker in his Qala house’s garden

Described as an aficionado of art, the Agricultural Minister Dr Anton Refalo was questioned by the…

Police constable receives recognition for act of bravery

Constable Charlene Delia was awarded for a heroic act of hers when she saved a 4-year-old…

€32 million debt impacting Nationalist Party’s daily operations

Nationalist Party debts are producing a €2 million cash flow problem every year.

31 Ukrainians benefit from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ humanitarian fund

31 Ukrainians have benefited from Malta's humanitarian fund.

Libyans question Governor of Libyan Central Bank’s relationship with ambassadors after his meeting with Maltese ambassador

Malta figures in discussions by the Central Bank of Libya Director with US Ambassador in Tripoli.

OPINION: FIRST MALTA, THEN THE EU

OPINION: Despite whatever Eurobarometer affacionados may wish to think, the Eurodrugged in today’s Malta are a…