Air Malta part-time ground handlers treated awfully by minister and airline
Air Malta’s part-time ground handling employees have been left
€16 million EU-funded Bugibba ferry project threatens EU Natura 2000 site
A €16 million project entirely funded by the EU
Mafia in Malta: Catania judge sentences 11 for trafficking drugs to Malta, Sicily
A judge in Catania has sentenced 11 people, most
Russian-Maltese oligarch can’t evict squatters from Amsterdam property
A Dutch court has ruled that squatters can effectively
US sanctions Maltese company and eight planes for transporting Russian oligarch
The United States government has sanctioned a Maltese-Russian luxury
Community Work Scheme a ‘numbers exercise’ to lower unemployment figures
The National Audit Office has warned the Community Work
EP exposes growing web of global spyware chiefs’ interests in Malta
A draft report by a European Parliament committee investigating
Belgian finance minister pledges crackdown on Malta yacht tax loophole
Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister tasked with
Classified OLAF report alleges cover-ups, pushbacks of asylum seekers from Malta
A classified internal audit of Frontex by the EU’s
S&D endorses resolution for government to drop 40 lawsuits against The Shift
The Socialists & Democrats Group has said it will
Degiorgio brothers sentenced to 40 years imprisonment after stunning court with turnaround guilty plea
Brothers Alfred and George Degiorgio have each been sentenced
Birzebbuga local council calls on ERA to ‘immediately halt’ fish slime factory operations
Less than a week into operations and the ‘solution’
Young woman beaten in front of toddler son on Saturday still has no access to her own police report
A traumatised young woman whose landlord mercilessly beat her
Young mother brutally beaten by her landlord in front of three-year-old son
A 26-year-old woman has filed a police report after
Il-Kunsill tal-Ewropa lill-Prim Ministru jammonih: jagħtu messaġġ li jkexkex 40 kawża kontra The Shift
This article is available in English Il-Kummissarju tal-Kunsill tal-Ewropa
Council of Europe issues ‘serious threats to media freedom alert’ over government’s rushed anti-SLAPP laws
The Council of Europe’s Safety of Journalists Platform has
Council of Europe warns PM: 40 cases against The Shift sends ‘chilling message’
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti A scathing attack has
L-analiżi li għamlet l-UE ‘daħqa fil-wiċċ’, għax lil Malta ħallewha ‘tiżgiċċa’
This article is available in English L-għaqda karitatevoli internazzjonali,
On reform laws being rushed through parliament, Council of Europe demands international standards are met
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatović
EU tax havens review a ‘total whitewash’ since Malta was allowed to ‘escape’
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti International charity Oxfam has
Multiple miracle VAT lottery winners: two investigations find ‘no irregularities’
Two separate investigations into the uncanny luck a handful
MPs take €21m oncology tender to court after letter of complaint is ignored
Opposition MPs Adrian Delia and Alex Borg have filed
Sentencing postponed for Nigerian in North Korean €13m BOV cyber hack
Nigerian Instagram influencer Ramon Abbas, aka Hushpuppi, has had
Il-Mafja f’Malta: mid-droga sal-gaming, mill-farms saż-żraben, f’temp ta’ 6 xhur
This article is available in English L-investigaturi Taljani ta’
Mafia in Malta: from drugs and gaming to farms and shoes in six months
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Malta’s proximity to Italy,
Council of Europe keeps the pressure up on Safi Detention Centre conditions
The Council of Europe is continuing to apply pressure
Media reform: minister claims wide public consultation that never happened
Presenting the government’s long-awaited media reform emerging from the
Russian sanctions: Finland seizes billionaire ‘Maltese’ citizen’s assets
The Finnish authorities, acting on EU sanctions levied against

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