Cost of Gozo Sports Complex almost doubles after tender is awarded
The costs for the building of a new public
Speaker shoots down Bedingfield’s ‘breach of privilege’ against The Shift
Glenn Bedingfield, doing the cute pooch to His Master’s
Ambitious timeline for EU anti-SLAPP directive
An ambitious timeline has been set for the introduction
Online violence: the new frontline
Online violence has become the new frontline in journalism
FOI request reveals Adreana Zammit’s pay almost tripled in only 8 months
A second contract signed between Transport Malta and Adreana
Prime Minister Robert Abela misled parliament on expenditure on public relations firms
Contrary to what Prime Minister Robert Abela told parliament,
Internal probe never investigated the millions involved in property deals negotiated by Hillman
The internal probe by Allied Newspapers into money laundering
Standards Commissioner asked to investigate Gozo Minister for illegal works in Comino
Arnold Cassola has asked the Standards Commissioner to launch
St Vincent de Paul scandal: New deal increased cost to €327 million
The €274 million deal the government struck with DB
Architect responsible for illegal Comino works is a Labour Party official
The architect responsible for illegal works carried out by
PL, PN remain non-committal on termination of €274 million ‘illegal’ contract
Updated to include the PN statement issued immediately following
PEN Malta call for submissions for Daphne Caruana Galizia poetry memorial
In the week dedicated to World Press Freedom Day,
Dingli Cliffs development application for former explosives factory suspended
The Planning Directorate has put on hold its assessment
EXCLUSIVE: Developer questioned over links to ex-police superintendent Raymond Aquilina
Gozitan construction magnate Joseph Portelli was held for questioning
No end in sight for €10m museum extension at St John’s Co-Cathedral
A massive project to extend the museum of St
Planning Authority ignores objections and approves Saqqajja Hill hotel
As predicted, the Planning Authority gave the green light
St Vincent de Paul contract worth €274m in breach of the law – Auditor General
A contract awarded to a consortium for services at
PN agrees with passport scheme, subject to an ‘open and transparent’ process
The findings that emerged from a joint media investigation
Planning Authority flooded with objections over Dingli Cliffs development
The Planning Authority will have a difficult task recommending
New companies making a killing from Transport Malta direct orders
Companies recently set up are making a killing out
‘European countries failing human rights obligations’ – Commissioner
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights has
Maltese academic appointed to European Commission Expert Group Against SLAPP
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet, whose research has been
Major public project supplied through illegal batching plant
Millions in taxes are being paid for hundreds of
Omtzigt requests PACE committee to look into Rosianne Cutajar’s ‘conflict of interest’
Pieter Omtzigt has requested that the Parliamentary Assembly of
PBS board director fronts government propaganda
Pablo Micallef, a director on the board of the
Abela Advocates lawyer becomes Gaming Authority chairman
Ryan Pace, a young lawyer who works with the
Scandal: Minister Ian Borg’s buddy gets extraordinary allowance to boost his income
Minister Ian Borg’s chief canvasser, Jesmond Zammit, is being
Allied Newspapers appointed its own auditors to internal graft inquiry
When Allied Newspapers launched an internal inquiry following allegations