Over 200 objections filed against development near San Anton Gardens
Over 200 objections have been filed against a development
‘Full justice must not be denied’ – reactions to European Commission’s rule of law report on Malta
Following the publication of the European Commission’s annual rule
Media experts committee mum on reforms while government sits on recommendations
The press experts committee appointed by the prime minister
Former Enemalta CEO can’t remember discussion of €20 million shortfall
Former Enemalta CEO Louis Giordimaina claimed he couldn’t remember
Karin Grech staff member: ‘I think about quitting almost every day’
A staff member at Karin Grech spoke to The
A decade of power failures
The Times of Malta published an article on Saturday
How the PAC’s investigation into Electrogas was derailed
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) was created to audit
Gozo ministry spends €376,000 to commission two large bronze statues
Two Gozo-based artists, Vincent Caruana and Austin Camilleri, have
Opposition MP publishes secret agreement between Keith Schembri and AUM’s Sadeen Group
Updated to include Karol Aquilina’s statement During a stormy
New Planning Authority Board chairman refused to answer basic questions about planning policies
The government’s nominee for Planning Authority Board chairman, Emanuel
Insight into conclusions of Pilatus Bank inquiry as Repubblika files judicial protest
A judicial protest has been filed this morning by
In pictures: the hospitals managed by Steward Healthcare, from bad to worse
The glossy, parquet finishing in the reception area of
‘I have no plans to open a night club in Mistra’ – Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando
Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando has denied plans to push for
Balzan residents fuming over development application close to San Anton Gardens
Balzan residents have filed objections to a proposed development
‘The State’s money should not be used for political purposes’ – Standards Commissioner
Former standards commissioner George Hyzler on Thursday defended the
Government ‘repeats’ 2013 AFM takeover, promotes deputy commander twice on same day
Following three weeks of office politics which left the
Former chairperson of Enemalta insists board was following recommendations on Electrogas decision
The former chairperson of Enemalta’s board of directors, Charles
Konrad Mizzi’s former right hand man will now oversee millions of euros in EU funds
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malta hawn. Ronald Mizzi, the permanent
Randolph Spiteri still listed as head of operations at Correctional Services Agency despite transfer claims
Contrary to the home affairs ministry’s declaration that the
18 cabinet members committed breach of ethics when publishing partisan supplements on PL newspaper – Commissioner
An investigation by the Standards Commissioner into whether government
It-trasferiment tal-kirjiet lil terzi qed iġib straġi kbira fil-komunità agrikola
Read the article in English here. Hemm komplikazzjoni oħra
Parliamentary committees only work as intended if MPs don’t seek to ‘delay’ or ‘obstruct’ – Gonzi
When asked to assess the importance of parliamentary committees
Third-party lease transfers sowing havoc in agricultural community
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. In yet another
St Julian’s mayor Albert Buttigieg on ‘fat cats’ and need for politics to return to ‘the common good’
Following public declarations about “fat cats” close to the
Malta of ‘particular concern’ in ongoing UK inquiry into illicit finance
An inquiry initiated by the UK’s Foreign Affairs Committee,

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