Tag: Michael Falzon

“Happy families result in peace, love and joy” – Minister Falzon

Happy families result in peace, love, and joy. This was stated by the Minister for Families Michael Falzon, during a seminar which...

Opportunity Knocks – project for vulnerable persons set up in Paola

Project Opportunity Knocks has been launched and will operate from new offices in Paola. The project, managed by the Foundation for Social Welfare Services...

18 psychologists awarded practicing warrant

18 psychologists were awarded their warrant. This will allow the newly licenced mental health professionals to practice their vocation.A press release issued from the...

Emotional & Physical violence cases most frequently recorded – figures

The combination of Emotional and Physical abuse remains the most frequent type of new domestic violence cases recorded by authorities, new figures reveal.According to...

2018 saw record adoption numbers

54 adoptions were made during January and December of 2018. This is the largest amount of adoptions in a year for the past 10...

New medical certificates to cover up to two weeks

The period of illness on medical certificated is being extended from 7 days (1 week) to 14 days (2 weeks) as announced in a...

33,000 pensioners at less than €600 a month

Minister for Family Affairs Michael Falzon said that over 33,000 pensioners are receiving a pension of less than €600.The Minister said this whilst...

A year on, magisterial inquiry after death of girl still ongoing

A magisterial inquiry into the death of the 7-year-old Nigerian girl who was living at the Dominican Residence in Żabbar has not yet been...

Better opportunities for prospective adoptive parents

The Central Authority will be ensuring that the platform for collaboration between the Government, Central Authority, and the main stakeholders in the adoption sector,...

Almost 100,000 pensioners in Malta

91,475 people are receiving pensions in Malta.This was said by Family and Social Solidarity Minister Michael Falzon in response to a Parliamentary Question by...