The Malta Independent 14 December 2018, Friday

‘If clientelism continues to win over meritocracy we won’t enjoy fullness of democracy’ - President

If clientelism continues to triumph over meritocracy, then we will not be enjoying the fullness of our democracy and the safeguarding of our human dignity, President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca said...

No dog breeds banned under Maltese law

No dog breed is banned under Maltese law, contrary to popular belief that some breeds, such as the American Pit Bull Terrier and DogoArgentino are illegal to own in Malta. This came to light...

Maltese businesses deserve peace of mind about Brexit – Opposition leader in Brussels

As the European Union's leaders gather in Brussels with British Prime Minister Theresa May to thrash out a conclusive Brexit deal, Opposition leader Adrian Delia, in Brussels for the parallel European...

David Agius to contest the post of President of the European Union of Christian Democratic Workers

The Nationalist Party's Deputy Leader for Parliamentary Affairs David Agius is to contest the election for the post of President of the European Union of Christian Democratic Workers (EUCDW) of the...

Watch: ‘Freedom and democracy will always win over violence, crime and terror’

At the opening of a debate with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, on the future of Europe today in Strasbourg, President Antonio Tajani expressed his sorrow for the victims...

Updated (2): Britain’s May wins confidence vote, remains PM

A British government minister says Prime Minister Theresa May has told restive lawmakers she will step down as the Conservative Party's leader before the next national election, due in 2022. May...

Updated: Malta's behaviour extremely concerning, unacceptable from EU State – PEN International

PEN International’s policy and advocacy manager, Sarah Clarke, has stressed that the actions of the Maltese delegation at a United Nations conference are “unacceptable from an EU Member...

150 million bottles to be collected every year in new refund scheme - Muscat

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said today that one of the government’s priorities is to keep the environment clean, which has become an even bigger challenge considering the economic growth the...

13.3% increase in tourists visiting Malta in third quarter 2018 - MHRA

Close to 900,000 tourists visited Malta during the third quarter, a 13.3% increase over the same period last year whilst guest nights also by 9.3% when compared to last year’s levels, statistics...

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