‘Nefarious deals’: Keith Schembri’s role in the hospitals’ scandal
Former OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri was well
On camera, with a convicted criminal at a ‘billionaires’ event
Aqra bil-Malti. Disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat was
‘Labour pandered to developers and businesses’ – veterans
Professor Dominic Fenech has criticised the Labour Party’s strategy,
Reporters Without Borders’ chief and ‘tireless defender of press freedom’ passes away
International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has
Independent candidate Arnold Cassola denied access to rolling vote count
In a letter to the Electoral Commission, independent candidate
Editorial: Change the law
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Operators of traditional boats protest to operate route served for 400 years
Boatmen who operate traditional wooden boats (Barklori) for ferrying
Panama Papers / 17 Black inquiry must be published – Opposition
Shadow justice minister Karol Aquilina has called for the
‘Money laundering trials set up to fail’
As questions continue to be raised about the millions
Government refuses to disclose KM Malta pilots and cabin crew contracts
Aqra bil-Malti. The contracts KM Malta Airlines signed with
Times of Malta’s decision to fire Ivan Camilleri based on ‘bias’, lack of proof
Aqra bil-Malti. A Tribunal has ruled The Times of
The truth, one story at a time: The Shift launches crowdfunding campaign
We stand at a pivotal moment. Our investigations into
European Court of Justice AG Opinion recommends action against Malta on finch trapping
European Court of Justice Advocate General Tamara Ćapeta has
What Joseph Muscat had in court was not a heroes’ welcome
Aqra bil-Malti. “Absolutely not guilty,” disgraced former prime minister
Hospitals inquiry highlights government obstruction to protect those investigated
Aqra bil-Malti. While Prime Minister Robert Abela has repeatedly
Seven environmental organisations to challenge ERA on Comino management
Seven environmental NGOs will be challenging a decision by
NGOs call for withdrawal of Qajjenza application after PM’s speech
NGOs said that following the prime minister’s speech last
Thousands join protest following inquiry on hospitals deal corruption
Thousands of people gathered in Valletta today in the
MEP David Casa files media freedom report over attacks on journalists
MEP David Casa reported Prime Minister Robert Abela, the
Repubblika files judicial protest on inquiry documents given to Muscat
The Attorney General has directed the State Advocate, an
Deputy Prime Minister resigns ‘with immediate effect’
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne has resigned as he
Aditus ‘strongly condemns’ PM’s ‘blatant attack’ on judiciary, journalists
Human rights organisation Aditus has “strongly condemned” the words
Editorial: The hospitals inquiry is not an electoral choice
Prime Minister Robert Abela pitched the idea to voters
University student organisations condemn attacks on judiciary
Twenty university student organisations have endorsed a statement by
Hospitals Heist: The time has come
Aqra bil-Malti Disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat said
BA directive against Roberta Metsola ‘unprecedented’, must be suspended
The European Parliament office in Malta has reacted to
Hunter caught shooting down protected species
A hunter was caught red-handed on Sunday morning after
Keith Schembri ‘founder’ of unregistered charity raking in donations
Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven’ starts playing as you

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