Financial services associations express ‘deep concern’ on situation, condemn attacks on judiciary

May 10, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

The financial services bodies deem attacks on members of the judiciary as ‘unacceptable’

Chris Fearne resigns, requests removal of nomination for EU Commission amid Vitals fraud charges

May 10, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Prime Minister Robert Abela has requested him to reconsider his decision

Employer bodies call urgent MCESD meeting over ‘serious concerns’ about PM statements on judiciary

May 8, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Prime Minister Robert Abela has repeatedly questioned the timing of the publication of the Vitals inquiry

‘Unacceptable’: Institute of Journalists condemns PM’s establishment comments targeting the media

May 7, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Journalists are encouraged to ‘continue with their work without fear or favour’

Leonid McKay appointed CEO of Jobsplus

March 27, 2024
by BN Writer

He previously served as chief of the Authority for the Responsible Use of Cannabis, the Housing Authority and Caritas Malta

Malta one of four EU member states willing to recognise Palestine as a state – Robert Abela

March 22, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Spain, Slovenia, Ireland and Malta also called for an immediate and permanent ceasefire

Taking a closer look at Malta’s eGovernment Benchmark ranking

January 24, 2024
by Robert Fenech

MITA’s Priscilla Bugeja guides us through the European eGovernment Benchmark and Malta’s spot atop of it

Government records €44.5 million deficit between July and September 2023

January 12, 2024
by BN Writer

Debt increased by €715 million over the previous year

Aaron Farrugia biggest loser as Prime Minister springs surprise Cabinet reshuffle

January 6, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Former Health Minister Chris Fearne will be Malta’s nominee to the European Commission

Malta Fiscal Advisory Council endorses Finance Ministry’s macroeconomic forecasts

December 19, 2023
by Robert Fenech

The Council suggests that GDP growth may be higher than estimated in 2023, but lower in 2024

€72 million European Investment Bank loan to boost competitiveness disbursed to Malta

December 12, 2023
by Helena Grech

The EIB funds will finance public sector projects and initiatives that are intended to boost Malta's social and economic infrastructure

Malta’s Government debt edges closer to €10 billion

November 24, 2023
by Robert Fenech

By the end of October 2023, the Government’s Consolidated Fund reported a deficit of €155.7 million.

A closer look at Government finances

November 9, 2023
by BN Writer

The large majority of Government debt is held by local institutions and private investors

NAO pushes adoption of accrual accounting in Government ‘to obtain a true picture of its finances’

July 5, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The adoption of accrual-based accounting for public service has been the subject of discussion for decades

Despite surge in income tax revenue, Malta Government finances remain in the red

June 30, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The Government Consolidated Fund reported a deficit of €103.5 million

Financial services associations express ‘deep concern’ on situation, condemn attacks on judiciary

May 10, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

The financial services bodies deem attacks on members of the judiciary as ‘unacceptable’

Chris Fearne resigns, requests removal of nomination for EU Commission amid Vitals fraud charges

May 10, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Prime Minister Robert Abela has requested him to reconsider his decision

Employer bodies call urgent MCESD meeting over ‘serious concerns’ about PM statements on judiciary

May 8, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Prime Minister Robert Abela has repeatedly questioned the timing of the publication of the Vitals inquiry

‘Unacceptable’: Institute of Journalists condemns PM’s establishment comments targeting the media

May 7, 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Journalists are encouraged to ‘continue with their work without fear or favour’

Leonid McKay appointed CEO of Jobsplus

March 27, 2024
by BN Writer

He previously served as chief of the Authority for the Responsible Use of Cannabis, the Housing Authority and Caritas Malta

Malta one of four EU member states willing to recognise Palestine as a state – Robert Abela

March 22, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Spain, Slovenia, Ireland and Malta also called for an immediate and permanent ceasefire

Taking a closer look at Malta’s eGovernment Benchmark ranking

January 24, 2024
by Robert Fenech

MITA’s Priscilla Bugeja guides us through the European eGovernment Benchmark and Malta’s spot atop of it

Government records €44.5 million deficit between July and September 2023

January 12, 2024
by BN Writer

Debt increased by €715 million over the previous year

Aaron Farrugia biggest loser as Prime Minister springs surprise Cabinet reshuffle

January 6, 2024
by Robert Fenech

Former Health Minister Chris Fearne will be Malta’s nominee to the European Commission

Malta Fiscal Advisory Council endorses Finance Ministry’s macroeconomic forecasts

December 19, 2023
by Robert Fenech

The Council suggests that GDP growth may be higher than estimated in 2023, but lower in 2024

€72 million European Investment Bank loan to boost competitiveness disbursed to Malta

December 12, 2023
by Helena Grech

The EIB funds will finance public sector projects and initiatives that are intended to boost Malta's social and economic infrastructure

Malta’s Government debt edges closer to €10 billion

November 24, 2023
by Robert Fenech

By the end of October 2023, the Government’s Consolidated Fund reported a deficit of €155.7 million.

A closer look at Government finances

November 9, 2023
by BN Writer

The large majority of Government debt is held by local institutions and private investors

NAO pushes adoption of accrual accounting in Government ‘to obtain a true picture of its finances’

July 5, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The adoption of accrual-based accounting for public service has been the subject of discussion for decades

Despite surge in income tax revenue, Malta Government finances remain in the red

June 30, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The Government Consolidated Fund reported a deficit of €103.5 million