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
On anniversary of public inquiry report, 9 international organisations insist ‘implementation remains crucial’
Nine leading international press freedom organisations said on the
Air Malta employees ‘betrayed’ as government reneges on its agreement
Hundreds of Air Malta employees feel betrayed by the
The Shift wins another six challenges to Freedom of Information requests
Six more government entities resisting a decision by the
Metro promo: Ian Borg split €420,000 bill from TEC into 20 direct orders to avoid issuing tender
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. An investigation by
Post-Deiulemar BOV share price: Was there an attempt at market manipulation?
An op-ed by a leading financial analyst in Malta.
The Shift wins first four FOI appeals by government to hide payments to Saviour Balzan
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The Shift has won
New Enemalta boss Jonathan Cardona gives assistant Monica Farrugia €105,000 top post
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Monica Farrugia, formerly
The ‘good thief’: Debono Grech, 83, is PM’s special delegate for €40,000 a year
Taxpayers have sustained 83-year-old former Labour Minister Joe Debono
Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
PM’s ‘favourite’ soldier awarded €100,000 job, kept on AFM books for pension purposes
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Colonel Mark Mallia
BOV’s Deiulemar Trust fiasco
Guest commentary from financial services practitioner Paul Bonello Now
News that’s fit to print
Op-ed by Annie Game, Executive Director of IFEX, a
State-sponsored impunity: no action taken against Anton Refalo for possession of protected artefact
Reconfirmed Cabinet minister Anton Refalo, who was revealed by
Getting it right
The Curia has taken exception to our report on
Manoel Theatre gave free rein to Mario Philip Azzopardi despite ‘improper’ use of public funds
The bulk of an annual grant of €20,000 controversially
Freedom of Information request on prime minister’s Zejtun property denied
Commissioner for Inland Revenue Joseph Caruana has shot down
Biċċa xogħol mhux kompluta: l-għaxra min-nies li s’issa żgiċċaw minn akkuża ta’ qtil
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