No end to Konrad Mizzi’s filibustering on Electrogas deal at public accounts committee
Yet another hearing of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC),
Speaker to decide whether ethics committee is to continue investigating Justyne Caruana
The parliamentary committee for standards in public life suspended
Police union flags ‘disconnection’ between officers’ needs and administration
The Malta Police Union (MPU) is currently at loggerheads
FIAU slaps gambling operator with €387,000 fine, 14 regulations breached
Remote gaming operator Online Amusement Solution Ltd was slapped
Malta has highest rate of SLAPP cases per capita
Malta had the highest rate of SLAPP cases per
Government silent on China’s project in Gozo
As both local and Chinese dailies were flooded with
Ghasri local council, residents raise concerns over poultry farm application
An application to convert an agricultural field in a
‘Government contracts should have National Audit Office approval’ – Joe Giglio
Lawyer and PN candidate Joe Giglio told The Shift
‘Police force facing strong political pressure’ to halt Labour MP prosecutions – Repubblika
Thirty-two months after an inquiry into the hospitals concession
Sister of new education minister pocketed at least €25,000 from government jobs since 2020
The sister of new Education Minister Clifton Grima, Charlene
Almost 20% of Labour MPs elected in 2017 are no longer in parliament
Close to 20% of MPs elected in Joseph Muscat’s
Education permanent secretary Frank Fabri condemned by three institutions, yet still there
Permanent Secretary for Education Frank Fabri’s handling of his
Judge Mintoff’s agricultural leases ruling may be ‘ripe for an embarrassing appeal’
The judgement delivered by Judge Lawrence Mintoff in the
‘Filtering system’ for asylum seekers is ‘broken’, insider warns
The system through which asylum seekers’ applications are processed
Schembri, Mizzi slapped with US travel ban
Former energy minister Konrad Mizzi and former OPM chief
NAO slams ‘opaquely concealed’ VGH negotiations and ‘inconsistent’ testimonies
“The general opacity that characterised the negotiation process limited
Mystery €2.8 million VGH concession fee nobody could explain
Among the issues flagged by the National Audit Office
The €4 billion debacle: how the government mismanaged the VGH concession
The National Audit Office’s (NAO) comprehensive investigation of the
Standards committee publishes report on Justyne Caruana’s ‘abuse of power’
The parliamentary committee tasked with monitoring ethical breaches committed
‘You should be ashamed’ – Gozo land grab residents stage protest in front of Curia
A group of Gozitans, supported by activists, staged a
Agricultural lease evictions ‘detrimental’ to Maltese society
Amid rising panic among farmers being faced with eviction
Din L-Art Helwa Gozo welcomes refusal of development application in Gharb
Gozo residents breathed a sigh of relief following the
Finance minister conceals last three years of Air Malta accounts, previously always made public
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana has repeatedly refused to answer
Objections mount against Joseph Portelli’s ODZ swimming pool in Gozo development project
Xagħra’s local council and six eNGOs have filed objections
Government is ‘either being incompetent or unwilling to listen’ – data law expert
The government is “either incompetent or unwilling to listen”