• Regno Unito

    UK lays out plans to repeal and replace EU laws

    EU law will be transferred to Britain and past rulings of the ECJ remain binding

  • Cina

    Foreign carmakers on edge over China tech transfers

    Groups say talk must be matched by action after Beijing counters fears over new law

  • Malta

    RS2 share price drops to 3-month low

    The MSE Share Index today extended yesterday’s decline as it slipped by a further 0.22% to 4,718.423 points. Trading activity was spread across eight equities: four performed negatively, two registered gains and another two shares closed the day unchanged. Week-on-week, the Index still ended higher with an increase of 0.23% ...

  • Malta

    Jail for man who breached bail conditions

    A man was remanded in custody today for breaching 'almost all' bail conditions imposed by a magistrate's court in December 2014. Jason Micallef, 22, from Cospicua ended up in court when he was accused of assaulting a policeman, escaping police custody and driving a car without a licence and insurance. The court heard ...

  • Malta Italia

    Regulator’s freeze leaves Italian financier in limbo

    A fund manager who wanted to transfer a portfolio worth €1.4 billion to Malta is claiming unfair treatment by the Maltese financial services watchdog. Alberto Matta, the Italian financier from Futura Investment Management, said the application for a licence upgrade to adhere to EU regulations had been stuck “in limbo” for ...

  • USA Regno Unito

    Trade talks must wait until after EU withdrawal deal, Hollande tells May

    French President Francois Hollande has told Theresa May that talks on future trade relations with the EU must come after the negotiation of a divorce deal. Mr Hollande's stance echoed that of German Chancellor Angela Merkel as Europe presented a united front against the Prime Minister's plea for trade and divorce ...

  • Cina

    On the Silk Road to art

    An exhibition which tells the story of cultural exchanges along the Silk Road through women’s experiences and viewpoints will open its doors to the public next week. The Silk Road started off as an actual trade route from China to Europe. It is nowadays a concept that refers to cross-cultural exchanges ...

  • Russia USA Spagna Grecia Regno Unito Italia

    Essay: Britain strikes historic blow to EU; will go it alone

    Britain will go it alone — turning its back on decades of integration to control its own borders and free itself from the European Union's spider web of rules and regulations.It is a bold and risky move for this proud island nation. Few countries have walked away from such a ...

  • Malta

    Updated: De la Rue employees to increase to 500 as new facility opened

    A €33 million security printing facility by De La Rue was officially opened by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat today.The company had invested in the new facility after reversing an earlier decision to dismiss 300 workers in what were plans to downsize its Malta operations.This new facility is expected to lead ...

  • Malta

    Prime Minister 'proud' of turning €362 million deficit into €8.9 million surplus without austerity

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat expressed his pride with this Government’s ability to turn a budget deficit of €362 million from the year 2012 to a registered surplus of €8.9 million.The new figures were released by the National Statistics Office earlier today.It stressed that the figures relate to the Government’s Consolidated ...