Financial authorities’ handling of Pilatus Bank leads to international dispute
The infamous Pilatus Bank has received renewed scrutiny throughout
Hydrologist sounds alarm bells over Malta’s fragile water supply, cites ‘phenomenal’ increase in water demand
Malta’s dwindling capacity to retain groundwater and “phenomenal” increases
Malta’s prison-to-prison pipeline: a community living in terror
One of the leaders of Malta’s community for Sudanese
Repubblika warns prime minister to keep promises made after publication of public inquiry report
Civil society NGO Repubblika called on prime minister Robert
Żejtun council, heritage NGO urge public to object to extension of 3,000sqm development
Żejtun’s local council, supported by a heritage NGO based
Prime minister used architect later found guilty of Miriam Pace’s death on L-Iklin property deal
Roderick Camilleri, the architect who was found guilty of
DB Group/James Caterers snapped up €6.2 million contract for COVID vaccination roll-out in April
Two of Malta’s wealthiest businessmen pocketed €6.2 million earlier
‘Self-regulation is destined to fail, we need an international regime,’ climate change expert says
International climate change expert Professor David Attard has issued
Repubblika slams police commissioner for sleeping on international arrest warrant from Pilatus Bank inquiry
Civil society NGO Repubblika today urged police commissioner Angelo
‘Immediate action needs to be taken’ to safeguard Malta’s woodlands from climate change droughts
As Malta swelters under soaring temperatures far above the
Law student organisations face criticism for not signing statement calling for resignations
Law student organisations are facing criticism for their failure
Judge denies bail request for accused murderer Yorgen Fenech
The judge overseeing a bail request filed by accused
Medical professionals distance themselves from doctor associated with anti-vaxxer groups
Medical professionals have distanced themselves from the views expressed
Bedingfield among seven government MPs using state funds to boost their image amid election speculation
Government whip Glenn Bedingfield and six other government MPs
Rising sea levels could submerge parts of Malta, climate change expert warns
Parts of the Maltese islands are at risk of
Magistrate raps Yorgen Fenech’s defence team for attempting to discredit son of slain journalist
Magistrate Rachel Montebello had to intervene several times in
‘Yorgen Fenech’s bosom buddy should not be reforming laws’ – Moviment Graffitti
“Yorgen Fenech’s bosom buddy”, Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis,
Pilatus Bank: police commissioner silent on lack of promised prosecutions, more than a year later
More than a year after Police Commissioner Angelo Gafa
Chicken farm turns into yard for heavy construction vehicles, PA says it’s investigating
The Planning Authority has said it is investigating the
Protest calls for resignation of justice minister
In a protest calling for the resignation of Justice
Missing page from public inquiry report published on social media, refers to Electrogas
After wide speculation as to what the contents of
New TVM programme host’s company made €136,000 in direct orders in two years
An analysis of the financial links between government and
Malta’s ecological resource supply puts it among 20 worst countries in the world
Malta’s rate of consumption of natural resources has outpaced
Government vague on timeline for public inquiry recommendations, denies impunity verdict
Prime minister Robert Abela, speaking at an extraordinary parliamentary
Protest tonight after public inquiry report holds state responsible for journalist’s assassination
Civil society organisations Repubblika and Occupy Justice have announced

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