WATCH: MEPs in dialogue – Fireside chat with EP President Roberta Metsola

June 4, 2024
by BN Writer

The final in a series of debates showcasing the views of Malta’s MEP candidates ahead of the 8th June elections

Cab-apocalypse? ‘Dead’ regulator supporting abuse in ride hailing sector

June 3, 2024
by Robert Fenech

There is an exodus of local workers from the industry

Temping agency workers to have right for equal pay and work conditions as of 2025

June 3, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

The legal notice applies to all workers, both on definite and indefinite contracts

Enemalta lays over 70km of 11-kv cables ‘to improve quality and resilience of services’

June 3, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

During the first six months of 2024, Enemalta said that it has commissioned 26 new substations and upgraded 24 others

Cab operators’ protest called off after Ministry caves to pressure

June 3, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The industry is increasingly being geared towards large operators - to the detriment of small ones

Let the lido season commence: Price hikes continue three years on

May 31, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

An average day by the pool in 2024 would cost €46.25, higher than last year’s €42.50

EU confirmed as world’s third largest economy, behind China and the USA

May 31, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Five of the 20 countries with a share larger than 1% of world GDP are EU member states

Edward Scicluna in good company in list of other European central bankers facing criminal charges

May 30, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The ECB's statute makes it very difficult to dismiss central bank governors to protect them from undue influence

‘There are numerous untapped opportunities on the international front’ – TradeMalta CEO

May 30, 2024
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

Anton Buttigieg outlines the trade promotion organisation’s work in supporting Malta-based businesses on their export journey.

All for nought: 11-hour arraignment of Central Bank Governor and former Deputy PM nullified

May 29, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The defence poked holes over procedural issues

‘The role of IoT in sustainably providing public and private services cannot be underestimated’ – Malcolm Briffa

May 29, 2024
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

Melita Ltd’s Chief Officer Business and IoT delves into the company’s holistic view of sustainability.

Business conditions and confidence drop despite decline in inflation

May 29, 2024
by Robert Fenech

In March, both industrial production and retail trade contracted when compared to their levels a year prior

Dun Karm Bypass ODZ supermarket application withdrawn

May 29, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Transport Malta had previously insisted on the need for a traffic impact assessment

Former PM Joseph Muscat pleas ‘absolutely not guilty’ to criminal charges

May 28, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Freezing orders, gag orders, travel bans – it was a hectic first day in the historic case

Malta’s Skills Pass is now mandatory for non-EU nationals

May 28, 2024
by Robert Fenech

The new requirement is meant to increase the skills of foreign hospitality and tourism workers in Malta