Up to €50,000 will be distributed to a maximum of five winners of the 2018 EESC prize for Civil Society. The purpose of this award is to recognize initiatives that have contributed to the knowledge of European identities, cultural and heritage, and the promotion of European values such as human dignity, human rights and democracy. Applications for this project are to be submitted by the 7th September 2018, and the award ceremony will be held in Brussels this December.
The Malta Police Association (MPA) is question how come incidents are being reported in entertainment establishments such as bars, clubs and discotheques when these places are supposed lockdown to prevent the Covid-19 spread.
Newsbook.com.mt is publishing a photo of the restraint chair or 'punishment chair' which naked inmates were tied to at Corradino Correctional Facility.
Gżira Local Council ramps up the action to defend community garden by filing two lawsuits in connection with the relocation of a fuel station to part of the garden.