A new initiative aimed at humanely reducing pigeon numbers without resorting to cruel methods might result in a dramatic reduction in the species.
On Monday, the health and tourism authorities announced that the COVID-19 vaccine certificates of Kosovo, Palestine, Bermuda, and Bahrain are now recognised locally.
The University of Malta confirmed in an official statement that following the absence of graduation ceremonies last year, graduation ceremonies will be taking place
A couple undergoing separation procedures have been accused with being involved in a brawl at their home in Xewkija, Gozo. On Sunday, the Gozo court
Eden Leisure Group’s Go Green Week is a prime example for all businesses! Earlier today, Kate DeCesare, Director of Operations at Eden Leisure
Malta has the highest share of women in its jail population in the European Union, according to Eurostat data. The proportion of women in jail
Enemalta has announced its upcoming scheduled network maintenance and upgrade activities that may result in temporary power outages in several parts of Malta and Gozo
A fire at a private house in Tarxien took the life of an 81-year-old woman on Monday morning. The incident occurred at 6:45 a.m.,
On Monday morning, just after departing Gozo at 7:45 a.m., a small fire broke out on a vessel run by Gozo Fast Ferry.
Professor Maria Attard, director of the University of Malta’s Institute for Climate Change, has warned that parts of the Maltese islands are at risk