Times of Malta
The Times of Malta is the largest national daily newspaper on Malta. Some of the other daily newspapers on Malta other then the Times of Malta are the Independent and the In-Nazzjon Taghna Maltese language daily newspaper.
The Times of Malta is published in English and the website of the Times of Malta is the largest online Maltese news source.
The Times of Malta is owned and published by the Maltese trust company Allied Newspapers Ltd. The editor in charge at the Times of Malta daily newspaper is Mr. Victor Aquilina.
The Times of Malta is not only the most popular daily newspaper on Malta during weekdays however the Times of Malta is also the most popular
newspaper on Sunday when they publish a special Sunday edition called the Sunday Times. You can read all about these two Maltese newspapers inside the Malta guide.
The Times of Malta and the Sunday Times have been published on Malta since the 1920's and 1930's. The founders and original publishers of both the Times of Malta and the Sunday Times was the Constitutional Party which no longer exists. The ownership of the Maltese newspapers was put into a special trust so that these important publications would face no risk of going bankrupt or disappearing.
The trust in which both Maltese newspapers have been put into is a somewhat special and unusual foundation as no businesses or governmental agencies own nor control the Times of Malta and the Sunday Times of Malta.
The Malta Sunday Times and the Times of Malta are considered to be the most conservative of all Maltese newspapers. Both Maltese newspapers spend a lot of focus and attention on the Church as well as Maltese history and culture.
The Times of Malta classifieds is one of the most popular sections of this newspaper from Malta. Many local residents use the classifieds section of the Times of Malta for looking for new employment, Malta Real Estate, housing and items such as second hand cars.
Times of Malta / Allied Newspapers Ltd
341 St Paul Street
Telephone: +356 2559-4100