Konrad Mizzi’s permanent secretary Ronald Mizzi testifies before the PAC
Economy Ministry Permanent Secretary Ronald Mizzi, who served as
Marsalforn road widening: NGOs ‘have not seen promised amended plans’
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has not yet shared the
Government ‘sitting on’ advice on updating phone tapping law for years
The 1996 Security Services Act, which allows for Malta’s
Questions on €5 million investment into GSSE athletes unanswered
The government is refusing to divulge how a €5
Government to spend €380,000 in bonuses for gold-winning GSSE athletes
The Maltese government is set to spend €380,000 in
Half of Maltese unsatisfied with democracy in Malta – Eurobarometer
Half of the Maltese population is not satisfied with
Court finds FIAU fines unconstitutional for the third time in a row
The constitutional court has ruled against the Financial Intelligence
GSSE athletes given Maltese passports despite being permanently based abroad
Foreign professional sports players contracted to represent Malta in
Illegal Philippines recruitment agency charging €7,600 to send workers to Malta
A recruitment agency sending Filipino workers to Malta and
Graffitti ‘disappointed but pursuing further legal action’ after court ruling
The court decided against an appeal raised by eight
New government ambassadors are also part of ‘independent’ immigration board
Alexander Scerri Herrera and Maria Cardona, political appointees recently
€14 million Cottonera pool is the fourth project to miss today’s GSSE deadline
The €14 million Cottonera Sports Complex indoor pool slated
Marsa Sports Complex the third project to miss small nations games deadline
An extension to the Marsa Sports Complex including eight
Prison scandal fashion designer taken aboard government’s one-plane airline
Malta MedAir has contracted fashion design brand Cessani –
€3 million tennis complex unfinished for this month’s small nations’ games
A national tennis complex, which has cost taxpayers €2.9
Marigold Foundation spent half its donations on events and adverts
The Marigold Foundation, chaired by Michelle Muscat, wife of
Second landmark case finds FIAU fines unconstitutional, violate human rights
The constitutional jurisdiction of the civil court ruled against
Comino hotel ‘ERA approval shows authorities are developers’ puppets’
Environmental NGO Moviment Graffitti has described the Environment and
60 encroachment concessions given for Sliema and St Julian’s in just three years
Since 2020, the Planning Authority has approved almost 60
Joseph Portelli ‘social housing block’ to take up precious open space in Victoria
A public playing field in Victoria, Gozo in an
Yorgen Fenech refuses to testify at Public Accounts Committee
Yorgen Fenech, the businessman who stands accused of masterminding
Italian court seizes €3 million in suspected mafia assets of Malta-linked company
An Italian court has ordered the seizure of around
Slovakian businessman acquitted of murdering journalist in court ‘debacle’
Slovak business tycoon Marian Kočner has been acquitted in
‘No permit needed’ for new road, garages and excavation – Infrastructure Malta
Work being carried out by Infrastructure Malta on a
Eurospin, set to open in Malta, investigated for mafia links in Italy
Italian low-cost supermarket chain Eurospin, which is set to
VistaJet, government’s ‘trusted’ private jet investment, is $4.4 billion in debt
Private jet chartering company VistaJet, which was funnelled €4.5
Historic Fort Chambray remains unrestored despite PA permission
Restoration works on the historic Fort Chambray in Għajnsielem,
Malta company supplied encrypted phones to Italian mafia
A Malta-based company has been selling encrypted phones and
Alfred Mifsud will be raking in €63,000 annually as arbiter for financial services
Labour stalwart Alfred Mifsud will make €63,000 annually as

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