Marie-Claire Grima - 17th January 2019

The IMF said that prudent policies and reform efforts have contributed to the strengthening of private and public-sector balance sheets, while steady job creation has driven unemployment to historically low levels.

FROM LIFE & ART

17th January 2019

Gebla tal-franka joins other stones that have been in historic use for a significant period of time and have common recognition as cultural icons.

FROM MOTORING

17th January 2019

Drivers may also need to get an International Driving Permit (IDP) to drive abroad, in the case that no Brexit deal is reached.

17th January 2019

In its Concluding Statement of the 2019 Article IV Mission, the IMF said that rapidly rising housing costs were increasingly affecting vulnerable households.

17th January 2019

The Infinite Loop offers your team the ultimate challenge, as players exchange roles in the real world to save a young man trapped in the virtual world.

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How much of your Christmas shopping do you do online?

All of it 25%
Some of it 62%
None of it 12%

16th January 2019

John Allan, president of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), said he was reassured that the government would delay Brexit to avoid leaving the EU without a negotiated deal.

16th January 2019

More than 337 million EU citizens in 19 countries use the euro on a daily basis.

16th January 2019

The OECD also revealed that in EU countries where locals have greater interaction with immigrants, they more readily regard immigrants as an opportunity for their country, rather than a problem.

15th January 2019

The figure for Malta has been steadily increasing since 2013, when it was at its lowest point – 14.3 per cent.

15th January 2019

While the winning bidder will be overseeing the works, the digging of the tunnel will be left to another contractor.