Sant’Antnin, we have a problem
When the head of the nation’s trash collection agency
German regulator slams new gaming legislation as ‘incompatible with EU law’
The German gambling regulator, the Gemeinsamen Glücksspielbehörde der Länder
Government’s lawsuits against The Shift make Malta Europe’s most ‘SLAPPed’
Out of 47 European countries analysed by the Coalition
Malta-based online casino finds innovative way to skirt Finnish law
A Malta-based online casino has found an innovative way
Maltese language centre law had to be ‘reviewed and published immediately’
The debacle of a legal notice and legislation related
Centre of the Maltese Language Act was so rushed that it’s invalid
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici appears to have been in
Backdated commencement notice for surprise Centre of the Maltese Language
The legislation creating the new Centre of the Maltese
Armenia in diplomatic plea with Malta for action on Azerbaijan blockade crisis
Armenian Foreign Affairs Minister Ararat Mirzoyan last Thursday made
‘Extreme urgency’ as government ‘inundated’ by Mater Dei requests for beds for the elderly
The Active Ageing and Community Care Ministry is facing
Project Green to rent offices for €400,000 a year, but that’s par for the course
Project Green – the new government agency aiming to
Trouble brewing now at a second CareMalta home for the elderly
“Vague contractual obligations”, according to Active Ageing and Community
Crypto-exchange that laundered millions in Malta was a ‘criminal organisation’
The Thodex crypto-exchange, once one of Turkey’s largest exchanges,
Maltese investment in Marina di Ragusa causing a commotion
The Mayor of Ragusa is facing uncomfortable questions from
Kordin tragedy: PM prefers INDIS Malta to investigate itself, not a public inquiry
In his continued refusal in the face of massive
Crystal Palace FC deal Joseph Muscat was involved in under FA scrutiny
A failed bid to purchase Crystal Palace FC that
Engineers’ reports show dangerous lack of maintenance at Cospicua home
A pair of reports into the Cospicua home for
Joseph Muscat got Michelle her state-funded chauffeurs when he was in office
It seems Prime Minister Robert Abela did not lie
Court rules Yorgen Fenech’s WhatsApp chats not banned, publication permitted
The Attorney General’s request for the Criminal Court to
Legal limbo as sitting magistrate faces criminal charges
An unsavoury situation that legal experts are expressing no
Data leak used to select only Labour-voting public service job applicants
A database holding the massive breach of the details
Binance never paid a cent of tax in Malta despite processing billions
World-leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance never paid a cent in
Hospitals agreement with VGH vitiated by ‘trade secrets and death threats’
Current and former Cabinet members, including the prime minister
Another ‘Blockchain Island’ pioneer investigated, Malta companies also declared bankrupt
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a
‘I’d have been a useless mayor had I not put up a fight’ – Conrad Borg Manche’
Gzira Mayor Conrad Borg Manche’ has gone through thick
The Shift wins another FOI appeal case, bringing total court victories to 11
The Shift on Wednesday won another in its long
Pilatus ‘should have investigated and reported’ almost US$100 million in Aliyeva transactions
Financial investigators from Duff & Phelps contracted by the
Top officers who got Pilatus risk manager off the hook have all resigned
New evidence published by Repubblika President Robert Aquilina this

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