Unrepresentative Democracy? 2 MPs Boycott Vote Against The Gozo Tunnel Unanimously Approved Despite A Lack Of Published Studies
While the majority of people do support the tunnel, a sizeable minority are fearful over the environmental and social issues which could radically change Gozo
Around 1,584 applications have been approved since 2016
He's back, he's still got his cap on, and he needs your votes
Konrad Mizzi Claims His Human Rights Are Being Breached Amidst Fresh Calls For A Panama Papers Inquiry
A constitutional case was filed this week after Simon Busuttil submitted a fresh request last March
Foreign number plates are oftentimes invisible to authorities
After Dying As Unregistered Donors, 29 People Gave Their Organs In Malta With The Blessing Of Their Families
And all of this took place in just over two years
The powerful image followed continued calls of justice for the slain journalist
Whether it’s a 45-year-old enjoying a drink at the każin or a 22-year-old out clubbing, everyone seems to be on cocaine
WATCH: Cyrus Engerer Announces 'The Right To Connectivity' Proposal - Free Internet For All European Youths
This could be a game-changer for Maltese youths who spend hours on their smartphones
Can local councils become a platform for real change within communities?
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne takes different direction when asked about relationship with Yorgen Fenech
"We shouldn’t think that there’s no space in this modern world for us to express our Christian faith"