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.

17th January 2019

MIA believes it will reach 7.2 million passengers in 2019.

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.

14th January 2019

This year, the Freeport will be steaming ahead with an ambitious investment programme in equipment and facilities in a concerted drive to surpass the landmark four million watershed.

14th January 2019

This will facilitate the electronic submission of information on trusts as well as provide online access to entitled parties.

11th January 2019

Seeking to open up a dental practice in Malta? You’ll find your services well in demand.

10th January 2019

The new travel document will be printed on a highly sensitive, but secure paper, that will include hidden security features and encrypted techniques.

10th January 2019

Dr Muscat said that stability in the region also meant a longer-term solution for migration – an issue which continues to dominate the agenda.

10th January 2019

Malta was the only country in the EU where R&D intensity in 2017 was at the same level it was in 2007.

10th January 2019

"This is clearly a scam and click-bait, please don’t buy into this," the actor wrote on Facebook.

9th January 2019

The development of SkyParks 2 has an earmarked investment of circa €40 million.

9th January 2019

“The way we work nowadays will not be relevant in the future, so we need to be prepared," Minister Helena Dalli said.

8th January 2019

British High Commissioner Stuart Gill will be answering questions on the status of British citizens’ rights after the UK leaves the European Union.

8th January 2019

In recent years, the number of requests from important European clubs to organise training camps in Malta has significantly increased.

Marie-Claire Grima - 7th January 2019

Despite any difficulties related to being self-employed, the majority of self-employed people in Malta said that they were largely satisfied with their job.

7th January 2019

At the beginning of 2018, 87 per cent of people in the EU, aged between 16 and 74 years, had used internet at least once in the last 12 months.

7th January 2019

The 30th of December, which was a Sunday, was the busiest day of the period, with 25,186 people and 5,670 cars travelling to Gozo over 76 journeys operated by the Gozo Channel ferry company.

3rd January 2019

According to a statement from the company, Malta was chosen due to its strategic location within the European Union, as well as access to a highly educated and multi-lingual workforce.

3rd January 2019

This phase is planned to last for a period of 10 months, subject to an extension if deemed fit by the Authority.


Joanna Demarco - 29th December 2018

Elected as the Eurochambres President for a second term, Christoph Leitl is faced with a number of ongoing and imminent challenges, including Brexit, ‘patchwork’ national laws and an emerging skills crisis.

Jo Caruana - 28th December 2018

Plans are in place to reform, streamline and create a deeper and fairer European Monetary Union – so what will happen next?

Lewis Pitcher - 24th December 2018

Four prominent figures in the local tourism sector to discuss their thoughts and predictions on the year-round state of the island’s tourism industry.

Jo Caruana - 22nd December 2018

Going from job to job and then returning to your original company might be frowned upon in some industries, but much less so in iGaming.

20th December 2018

In Gozo and Comino, almost all industries registered increases in GVA in 2017 when compared to the previous year, except for agriculture, forestry and fishing.

19th December 2018

However, he warned that the combination of all the current international tensions and pressures did not bode well for the future.

18th December 2018

Looking for more job satisfaction going into the new year? Maybe you should quit your job and become your own boss.

Martina Said - 15th December 2018

“The past 12 months have proven to be a veritable renaissance for the capital city," says Frank V. Farrugia, President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry.

Marie-Claire Grima - 14th December 2018

Leading businesses in Gozo believe that 2019 will be a positive year for most enterprises on the island.