Tax commissioner: ‘No information’ held on PM’s tax declaration on Zejtun villa
Information on which officials assessed Prime Minister Robert Abela’s
EU’s Media Freedom Act ‘to set the cat among the pigeons’ – Roberta Metsola
The European Union’s forthcoming EU Media Freedom Act has
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“All who are committed to democracy and a free
Humanitarian NGOs slam Malta over migrant push back to Egypt
Twenty-three people were sent to Egypt on the instructions
European Commission ‘taking very seriously’ reports on Malta’s secret agreement with Azerbaijan’s SOCAR
The European Commission is “taking very seriously” reports on
Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation awarded European Parliament’s Citizen’s Prize for Malta
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation was awarded this year’s
Degiorgio brothers sentenced to 40 years imprisonment after stunning court with turnaround guilty plea
Brothers Alfred and George Degiorgio have each been sentenced
PM keeps 80s’ minister Sceberras Trigona on the gravy train
A 72-year-old former minister who made his name in
Minister Ian Borg’s personal photographer left grounded after The Shift’s reports
Foreign Affairs Minister Ian Borg has rethought the questionable
Ir-rigal għall-Ġubilew tal-Platinum li l-gvern Malti ċaħħad lir-Reġina Eliżabetta II
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The Platinum Jubilee present the Maltese government denied Queen Elizabeth II
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti While the Maltese government
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Commissioner orders release of information on cost of film awards
The Malta Film Commission has been ordered to give
Fearne puts 28-year-old new adviser on €65,000 package
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Poacher who shot Flamingos convicted, efforts praised by Birdlife
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It’s too much work to be transparent, Lands Authority claims
The Lands Authority is insisting that it cannot provide
‘Sospiżi’ l-proċeduri kriminali kontra Ali Sadr
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Ali Sadr SLAPPs Malta police, criminal proceedings ‘suspended’
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. As pressure mounts
Protest demands action against corruption
The magisterial inquiry on Pilatus Bank finalised more than
Flamingo is third casualty of illegal hunting within days of start of season
A flamingo was recovered by a fisherman from the
€300,000 tender for ‘scientific’ bird ringing services cancelled a second time
A tender calling for bidders for a ‘research project’
Foreign ministry spends €26,000 on designer ties among list of expenses
The prospect that the Foreign Affairs Ministry will decrease
Ram Tumuluri wants to protect his reputation, prepared to seek damages
The frontman for the scandalous deal involving three of
Police yet to file charges over employee fatality in Dwejra in March 2021
The police are yet to present charges against senior
PBS refuses FOI request to explain recruitment processes, appeals filed
State broadcaster PBS refuses to give details on the
Tourism minister hides details of film commissioner’s spending spree
The Malta Film Commission is refusing to give taxpayers
International Press Institute demands government ‘drop the FOI appeals’
The challenge mounted by the government to block Freedom
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