Air Malta in the red as losses reach €150 million
Air Malta’s financial situation is facing a total meltdown
Direct orders ‘supremo’ set to be appointed to lead fight against sports corruption
There is scepticism among the top tiers of Maltese
MFSA payments to Saviour Balzan for ‘positive content’ under review
Thousands of euro per month paid by the MFSA
‘This is the defining battle of our generation’ – Daphne’s sons win human rights award
The late journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons, Matthew, Andrew
Old habits die hard in Gozo despite new Minister
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s latest weekend boast, that ‘his’
UPDATED: Banners mark one year since street protests led to political resignations
Updated to include follow-up statement by Occupy Justice on