Robert Abela’s stance on Miriam Pace public inquiry echoes that of his predecessor
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s latest position on initiating a
Parliament gets no answers on additional millions spent on shooting range despite NAO report
A list of parliamentary questions regarding the controversial government
Under attack: Debate to focus on challenges faced by women journalists
A webinar to be held on Thursday hosted by
Air pollution monitoring near cruise ship dock problematic due to faults
Ever since their requested monitoring system was put in
Gavin Gulia’s swift resignation as MP ‘another argument in favour of need for parliamentary reform’
Malta Tourism Authority Chairman Gavin Gulia’s resignation within hours
Labour TV report on court case to abolish party media ‘perfect piece of evidence’
Lovin Malta CEO and founder Christian Peregin has called
Inquiry into Melvin Theuma stabbing still ongoing six months later
The magisterial inquiry on the stabbing in July 2019
Henley and Partners’ ‘intrinsic business’ questioned in light of recent passport rankings
On Saturday, Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship Alex Muscat was
New role for Silvio Parnis following Cabinet exclusion
Former Active Aging Parliamentary Secretary, Silvio Parnis, has been
Doctors dispute government forecast for herd immunity from COVID vaccine
December was the darkest month when it comes to
2020: A year of investigations despite a pandemic
Despite the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, The
Residents voice health concerns as questions surround impact of cruise ship in Cospicua
Since October, some of Cospicua and Senglea’s quaint, narrow,
National Audit Office highlights procurement breaches across the board
The National Audit Office (NAO) has issued another report
‘Some things seem to be organised around the needs of businessmen’ – former Chief Justice
Issues linked with corruption can begin from the tendering
Cyprus Auditor General faces removal after publishing report on abuse in passport sales
Cyprus’ Auditor General Odysseas Michaelides could be removed from
Public inquiry judges slam lawyer’s ‘offensive’ political narrative accusations
The inquiry board investigating the assassination of journalist Daphne
Judges grill a defiant Joseph Muscat about ‘environment of impunity’
The inquiry board looking into the assassination of journalist
Auditor General points to breach of procurement regulations by local councils
Throughout 2019, local councils did not always acquire goods
Konrad Mizzi denies kickbacks in monologue under oath but remains tight-lipped throughout questioning
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi on Friday followed in
Police take action on Gordon and Yvette Debono one year after the horse bolted
Gordon and Yvette Debono, the couple whose names have
Journalists are receiving legal threats at an ‘alarming’ rate – report
The UK is “by far” the most frequent country
‘I choose not to respond’ – Brian Tonna and Karl Cini tell Inquiry Board
Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna and Karl Cini remained tight-lipped
Spanish lawyers representing Maltese government in European Court costing taxpayers €80,000
The government is paying around €80,000 in fees to
Former Deputy Commissioner Silvio Valletta answered to Keith Schembri
Former deputy police commissioner Silvio Valletta felt obliged to
Corruption and weak institutions sustain impunity in journalists’ murders – report
International press freedom organisation Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)