Low salaries leading to mental stress among workers, associations speak out
Prominent voices in the fields of anti-poverty, mental health
BOV chairman’s companies raked in €1.4 million in government consultancy contracts since 2013
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The companies partially owned
‘Our democracy is up in flames, but the smoke alarms have been muted’
Marking the 58th month since the assassination of journalist Daphne
How commercial interests consumed your public space in Gżira, Sliema
On a 1.3km stretch of road marking the border
‘Dirty politics’: Former secretary of fishermen’s committee on sector’s links to industry, government, crime
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn The government failed
Property sales in first half of 2022 declined by 2.2% compared to 2021
The total number of finalised property deeds of sale
Wara l-investigazzjoni li saret, għandha tiżżarma t-tmexxija tal-koperattiva tas-sajjieda
The article is available in English here Għal dawn
Fishermen’s cooperative leadership set to be axed following investigation
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn Following an eight-month
International contemporary art space project set for two-year delay, has cost taxpayers at least €13.2 million
The Malta International Contemporary Art Space (MICAS) project in
International NGOs sustain The Shift’s campaign against the government’s defiance of FOI law
Press freedom organisations have mobilised widespread support for The
Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools silent on recouping costs for rebuild of Msida Primary School
The Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools (FTS) has not responded
Enemalta board members say they were unaware of Castille meeting approving Electrogas bid
During another Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing about the
A €49 million misfire: AFM’s P71 vessel two years late, €13.9 million over budget
An offshore patrol vessel commissioned by the Armed Forces
How commercial interests gnawed away at your public space in Valletta
St John’s Square and Merchants Street in Valletta used
Planning Authority sanctions Joseph Portelli’s illegal ODZ pools in Qala
A planning application to sanction the illegal excavation of
Gozo minister’s cousin files development application for a ‘garage’ in pristine Ramla valley
The cousin of Gozo minister Clint Camilleri, Ronnie Camilleri,
Police commissioner buys detached villa with pool for €885,000
Police commissioner Angelo Gafa’ and his wife, police inspector
Report calls for implementation of public inquiry recommendations ‘without delay’
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation and ARTICLE 19 Europe
Marsaskala Residents’ Network opposes extension of built footprint of abandoned Jerma site
The Marsaskala Residents Network has expressed strong objections to
Toothless Planning Authority fails to rein in rampant illegal development in Delimara
St Peter’s Pool in Delimara is promoted as “perfect
Police data shows marked increase in number of reported cases of abusive landlord practices
The number of reported cases in which landlords abuse
Joseph Portelli’s Jerma project: residential units up for sale with no permit, starting from €300,000
Residential units from a massive project fronted by Gozitan
EU-Azerbaijan deal ‘replacing energy reliance on a kleptocratic state with long-term reliance on another’
The EU Commission’s energy deal with the autocratic regime
Malta taken to European Court of Justice over failure to provide data link services to aircraft operators
Malta, along with Slovakia and Greece, has been referred
Iħallu warajhom serje ta’ proġetti falluti x-sheiks sinjuruni involuti fi Smart City
You can read the article in English here Smart
Prime minister in breach of terms of reference he set for press freedom reform
Prime Minister Robert Abela is in breach of the

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