The Muscats' Penchant For Holidays Called Into Question After Prime Minister Declares Same Bank Figure For Fifth Consecutive Year
The €75,000 figure just doesn’t seem to add up with the Prime Minister’s many family holidays and expenses
The 31-year-old soldier died in a horrific head-on collision
Delia says the PN has always believed in Europe, allowing its candidates to be more effective
Muscat Pledges He Will Pay Maltese People To Use Public Transport As He Delivers Scathing Indictment of PN’s ‘Credibility’
The Prime Minister continues to present a clear dichotomy between the PL and the PN ahead of the MEP elections
Norman Lowell Is Beating Out A Maltese MP, Party Stalwarts, And Third Parties To Register In Polls For The First Time
Miriam Dalli, Alfred Sant, and Roberta Metsola are leading as race for MEP heats up
Surveys by Torca and Malta Today predict a voting gap of between 40,000 and 50,000 votes in the upcoming MEP elections
Police are still looking for the two attackers
Is migration a non-issue, or have Malta’s two main parties been able to absorb any far-right sentiment?
Every spring for years now, a pipe near Ras il-Ħobż has sprayed waste all over the place
'Judging from this letterbox, one has serious doubts whether Moggi even lives here'
It's already garnered 500 signatures
One of the tunnels will connect the Coast Road to St George's Bay