16th November 2017

The ECB said some of the proposals it had reviewed were inadequate and risked creating "empty shells".

7th November 2017

“Our approach as a country is to offer Malta as a co-location jurisdiction rather than outright re-location possibility."

8th November 2017

"The proposed 30 per cent reduction target for passenger cars is ambitious and realistic," the Commission said.

2nd November 2017

The letter described the murder as “shocking” and an “appalling reminder” of the dangers that journalists and citizen-journalists faced as they tried to uncover corruption and criminal behaviour.

25th September 2017

Despite her conservative CDU/CSU bloc seeing its worst result since 1949, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected for a fourth term.

26th September 2017

A hard Brexit could cause twice as many job losses in the European Union as in the UK, and Malta could be among those worst hit, economists based in Brussels have warned.

3rd October 2017

Low-cost airline Ryanair said it flew 11.8 million people in September, 10 per cent more than in the same month in 2016, despite the disruption caused by cancelled flights.

22nd September 2017

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has stated that the UK should stay bound by EU rules during two-year implementation period, during which time, Britain would maintain access to EU markets.

18th September 2017

Ryanair has announced that it will cancel 40-50 flights every day for the next six weeks.

14th September 2017

The UK government will target a ‘bespoke’ deal with the EU to protect the City of London and the financial services sector after Brexit, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said.

1st September 2017

The inflation rate in the eurozone rose to 1.5 per cent in August, higher than analysts were expecting, according to Eurostat, the European Union's statistics office.

18th August 2017

Chamber to focus its attention, on the importance of an efficient and sustainable labour market in upcoming pre-Budget document.

21st August 2017

US President Donald Trump had vowed that NAFTA would be renegotiated or removed entirely.

22nd August 2017

The three countries want more power to stop China acquiring European companies.


Marie-Claire Grima - 20th August 2017

How does Malta have to change in order to become a hub for new inventions?

Marie-Claire Grima - 19th August 2017

With a considerable majority of Maltese businesses being family-owned and run, the issues of regulation and succession are finally being given their due importance through the introduction of the Family Business Act.

Manuel Zarb - 18th August 2017

Kodi, a service used to stream films and TV shows which was ruled illegal in the European Union, is cutting into industry profits for Maltese television service providers.

Marie-Claire Grima - 17th August 2017

Maltese real estate companies are looking into harnessing the technology for the real estate and property industry, even though they believe its practical implementation may be years away.

16th August 2017

Only nine out of Malta’s 23 biggest private companies have women on the board of directors, and even within these companies, they’re still in an absolute minority in almost all of the cases.

15th August 2017

The squad can impose fines on those carrying more than €10,000 in cash without declaring the money.

15th August 2017

The visit will be Theresa May’s first to Japan.

Marie-Claire Grima - 15th August 2017

Heritage and environment NGO Din l-Art Helwa is taking a phased approach to the restoration of Torri l-Abjad (The White Tower) in Mellieha, which will require €300,000 over three years.

14th August 2017

The Social Democratic Party leader is the main challenger to Angela Merkel in September’s election.


14th August 2017

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Jo Caruana - 13th August 2017

Glamour and graft aboard the world’s most luxurious boats – chef Michael Bradbury shares his experiences of touring the globe in super yacht kitchens.

12th August 2017

Despite a number of high-profile international banks having withdrawn from their partnership with Maltese banking institutions, several local banks have confirmed that they are still able to offer correspondence banking services to businesses operating in Malta.

11th August 2017

The Malta International Airport saw a 20.2 per cent increase in passenger growth, one of the highest in Europe during the first half of 2017, according to Airports Council International.

11th August 2017

Restaurants in Sliema and Valletta that have outdoor platforms will be expected to pay a planning gain amounting to twice the contribution they pay now for taking up parking spaces.

9th August 2017

The largest increase in Malta’s Gross Value Added (GVA) was recorded in the real estate industry at 15.1 per cent, and assumed a contribution of 5.2 per cent to total GVA, according to a new study released by the National Statistics Office (NSO).

8th August 2017

The increased amount of economic activity and population growth have driven up demand for electricity.