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EU threatens to take Malta to court over 'golden passport' scheme
Malta has rebuffed Brussels warnings and has argued that the issuing of citizenship should remain a "national competence".
Pope prays for kindness to refugees as he wraps Malta visit
Pope Francis prayed for the world to show more kindness and compassion to refugees as he paid tribute Sunday in Malta to the shipwrecked St. Paul and meets with migrants who, like the apostle, arrived on the Mediterranean island and were welcomed.
Pope Francis criticises Russia's 'infantile and destructive' war
"We had thought that invasions of other countries, savage street fighting and atomic threats were grim memories of a distant past,” Pope Francis said of the war in Ukraine on a visit to Malta.
Malta: Victory for incumbents Labour in parliamentary elections
Voters in Malta went to the polls on Saturday in a general election, and the Labour Party have claimed victory, and the Nationalists conceding defeat.
Maltese vote in general election, seeking new five-year government
Two major political parties in Malta, the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party, and a number of smaller parties are all vying for votes after a muted campaign.
In Malta, confusion over cannabis law after doctor arrested
Malta became the first EU state to legalise cannabis last year, and yet...
Malta suspends 'golden passports' for Russian and Belarusian nationals
The government said the measure was taken following "recent developments" amid the war in Ukraine.
Why is ocean literacy key to protecting our marine ecosystems?
Ocean travels to Malta and the Netherlands to meet the enthusiasts attempting to raise public awareness about the health of our seas and the marine environment.
'Every second breath you take comes from the ocean,' says expert
"If it wasn't for the ocean, climate change would be much worse because of higher CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere," says Malta's Ocean Ambassador Alan Deidun.
Malta urged to redouble efforts to investigate murder of journalist
The Council of Europe's Human Rights Commissioner also called on Malta to strengthen the protection of journalists.
Former EU commissioner pleads not guilty to bribery charges
Dalli resigned from his post when the scandal broke in 2012 following an investigation by the EU’s anti-fraud office.
Europe should follow Malta's example on cannabis reform, says minister
Malta is the only European state that has legalised possession of small amounts of cannabis without incentivising the criminal gangs that traffic and grow the drug.
Malta aims to keep cannabis users out of jail. For some, it's too late
20 years ago, cannabis cost Kevin Bellotti his apartment and five years of his life. As of 2022, he'd never have been arrested in the first place.
Malta becomes first EU country to legalise cannabis for personal use
Citizens aged over 18 will be allowed to carry up to seven grams of cannabis and grow up to four cannabis plants at home.
Murdered journalist's son urges EU not to fund Malta pipeline
Matthew Caruana Galizia said it was "intolerable" and "unacceptable" that EU funds could support the pipeline.
Maltese police union bristles over ban on beards
Officers have been told that they can grow beards, wear nail polish and dye their hair if they want to.
Which EU country is leading the COVID-19 vaccination race?
Four of the countries in the top five are Iceland, Portugal, Denmark, and Spain.
Malta is on the UK's green list: How to plan the perfect trip
The Maltese islands are buzzing with alfresco restaurants, nightlife and glorious food. Here's why you should visit in 2021.
Tycoon charged with ordering murder of Maltese journalist
Maltese businessman Yorgen Fenech will stand trial after being formally indicted for the 2017 murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Malta 'responsible' for murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
The probe said that Maltese authorities had created a "culture of impunity" that led to her killing.
Malta abandons plan to bar unvaccinated travellers from entry
The island, which boasts of being one of the world's most-vaccinated nations, is hoping to curb an upsurge in new cases of COVID-19.
Maltese Olympian breaks world record to help save our oceans
Maltese Olympian Neil Agius has broken a world record, all in the name of saving our oceans
Green list travel: Malta's national pastry is worth the trip alone
This snack is central to Maltese life and not to be missed on a trip to the islands.
Proposal to decriminalise abortion in Malta sparks debate
A proposal to decriminalise abortion in Malta has stirred up a debate in the country with the EU's strictest abortion laws.
This is how much you could get paid to visit Malta this summer
The Mediterranean island is working with hotels to provide some serious discounts as part of its COVID recovery.
Rights of Caruana Galizia murder suspect were not breached, says ECHR
The European Court of Human Rights has dismissed the complaint of businessman Yorgen Fenech, a suspect in the murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.