Government ministries stonewall questions on number of employees in state bodies
Every single government ministry has ignored questions sent to
Government ministry staff numbers jumped 14.6% in 2021, swelling total to almost 34,000
The number of employees in government ministries and departments
The hunting lobby’s stranglehold on Maltese politics
On Tuesday, the Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) described
‘Delegating our food supply to other countries is madness’ – Farmers’ Association
Malta’s small size means it can’t be entirely self-sufficient
Prison Director General Dalli suspends himself after 13th death on his watch
The Home Affairs Ministry has officially confirmed that the
Tourism minister’s entourage gets VIP treatment at Old Trafford
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo has posted pictures of himself
Planning Authority restricts access to public objections on its website, retracts decision
Updated to reflect the PA’s retraction of its decision
Global supply chain issues leading to soaring food prices – Chamber of Commerce
Consumers across the world are feeling the impact of
PN files judicial protest against government over ‘fraudulent and corrupt’ Steward Healthcare deal
The Nationalist Party announced in a press conference held
Legal battle over trapping heats up – BirdLife files judicial protest against government
Conservation NGO BirdLife Malta has filed a judicial protest
‘Killing the truth appears to be the safest crime in the world’ – Caroline Muscat
“As things stand now, killing the truth appears to
October’s media circus: how politicians dominate coverage
It is no secret that political parties in Malta
Public inquiry conclusions ‘cannot be addressed by legislative changes only’ – PACE rapporteurs
Co-Rapporteurs for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of
Construct Furniture shareholders awarded millions in government contracts since 2013
Construct Furniture, the company currently facing court proceedings over
Migrants and locals march in protest to demand equal treatment for all
Over a hundred people gathered for a protest march
Teenage workplace victim Matthew Bartolo’s family: ‘instead of helping us, they’re breaking us’
The welcoming warmth of the Bartolo family’s living room,
Repubblika: ‘we can’t go back to normal as if nothing is happening’
Facing stormy weather and cold winds, activists from NGO
Four months after Malta’s grey-listing: what’s happened so far?
Four months after Malta was placed on the Financial
Government is ‘denying reality’ on Steward Health Care deal
Opposition MP Adrian Delia on Monday accused the government
Government’s trapping derogation for ‘research’ a ‘short-lived distraction’ – Mark Anthony Falzon
An anthropologist who specialises in hunting and conservation has
Planning Authority fails to act on illegal development owned by PM’s former business partner
The Planning Authority (PA) has, for over a decade,
Trillion-dollar hedge fund administrator Citco among 21 finance firms to surrender licences since early September
Citco, an international hedge fund administrator  which oversees around
BUDGET: Government ministries to spend €2.4 billion more in 2022 than in 2021
Last week, the government announced its 2022 budget, which
Fortina files second Balluta Bay pontoon application despite pending appeal
Balluta Bay residents who’d been relieved when controversial plans
Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
‘Investigative journalists in Malta are still marginalised’ – Reporters Without Borders
“In Malta, I have the impression that journalists, especially
International press freedom organisations ‘will closely monitor’ implementation of public inquiry findings
Five international press freedom organisations have stressed their commitment

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