The Malta Independent Digital Edition is a replica of our traditional printed publication with all the stories, photos, and artwork intact. You can read your favorite newspaper and our magazines anytime and anywhere. Our Digital Editions are available to all users, but in order to enhance your reading experience, please register. Registration is quick and easy, and it enables you to take full advantage of our features.
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|1 Year||€ 140.00||€ 48.00||€ 35.00||€ 210.00|
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With The Malta Independent, you can read it online in its true printed format from anywhere in the world. The Digital Edition is enhanced with the latest digital tools, including RSS feeds, social networking, blogging and much more. See the Quick User Guide below for a list of key features.
Download your digital edition on mobile device and read it anywhere.
On-demand narration is a great feature for users who like to listen to their magazine while multitasking or who are visually impaired.
Engage in a conversation with other readers and interact with your favourite content.
Love an article? Share it! You can get a direct link to an article, post it on Facebook and Twitter, email it or copy it onto a note-taking app.
Receive an email alert as soon as the current issue of your favorite publication is available.
Print articles and crosswords anytime you need.
Save articles for future reference. Using our tool you’re able to create as many Collections of stories as you like.
Téléchargez votre e-Edition sur votre tablette, smartphone ou ordinateur portable, et le lire partout.
Our new tool offers instant translation in multiple languages for most articles and even full publications.
In June 2017 Standard Publications celebrated its 25th anniversary. Over these years we have continuously broken new ground, and we continue to do so. The publishing house started out with The Malta Independent on Sunday in 1992 and the following year our flagship magazine, First, broke new ground by being the first full colour magazine to be distributed free of charge with a Sunday newspaper – which has, these days, become the norm.
In 1994, The Malta Business Weekly became the first newspaper fully dedicated to business, and today it remains the only newspaper with that concerted focus. Having done that, this publishing house continued to push the envelope when it launched the country’s second English language daily newspaper, The Malta Independent. These and other developments over the years have been continuously coupled with new magazines and in this area, as with our newspapers, we have constantly raised the bar for Maltese publications. From Manic! to our weddings publication I DO and to the highly popular Taste and Flair, our magazine offerings have been and remain, in our humble opinion, the best on the islands in their respective areas of interest.
In October 2014 The Malta Independent marked a new chapter with the launch of a new website. The distinctive style of the portal is alive and kicking and has been so since the day it was launched. The Malta Independent news stories and opinion pieces still attract a great deal of interest and generate debate. We are proud to be different in our approach and will continue to deliver the content people expect of us. This newsroom has no hidden agenda and places the reader first and foremost.
At over 9,000 issues later between our three newspapers, we are still continuously seeking new and better ways of communicating the nation’s news to our readers. And we are not by any stretch of the imagination oblivious to the new developments in the ways in which people communicate, the new speed of news which spreads like wildfire these days over social networks, and we will, in the very foreseeable future, have more groundbreaking developments in store for the country, perpetually news-thirsty as it is.
Our allegiances do not lie with this or that party – our allegiance has been and will remain to the people, first and foremost and above all else.