Social care regulator De Giovanni hires 74-year-old father as ‘junior lawyer’ in state agency
Labour candidate Katya De Giovanni, currently serving as chairperson
Labour’s Charlon Gouder lands ‘phantom’ €35,000-a-year job at Arts Council
Former One TV reporter-turned lawyer Charlon Gouder has been
Cash-for-passports watchdog eight months late on annual report
The government-appointed cash-for-passports watchdog has missed the publication deadline
PM Robert Abela earned hundreds of thousands of euros from property development
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his wife Lydia banked
Steward freezes St Luke’s master plan as PM fails to deliver on pledge to amend tainted deal
Steward Healthcare, the American healthcare giant that took over
‘Public Service Week’ media hype cost taxpayers €300,000
A week-long media campaign organised in June by public
Pegasus surveillance software: what is it and how does it affect you?
The Pegasus Project, an international effort coordinated by Forbidden
Gozo Ministry’s direct orders soar to €7.5 million in just six months
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has spent more than €7.5
Expanded list of Maltese PEPs extends scrutiny to much larger pool of connections
The conduct of the personal financial affairs of many
Minister’s aide helped businessman slash his tax bill, but ‘no evidence of corruption’ found
An investigation by the Commission against Corruption into former
Scores of jobless scheme workers assigned to Gozo local councils, parliament told
The government’s jobless scheme has sent scores of workers
Malta-Sicily fast ferry rivals still waiting for Italian port permits despite ticket sales
The much-anticipated start of Virtu Ferries’ and Ponte Ferries’
Calcio Catania sponsorship: Famalco boss says ‘what I do with my company’s money is my business’
One of Italy’s largest shipping companies, Grimaldi Group, has
Rosianne Cutajar to get minimum €30,000 golden handshake, despite having been sacked
Disgraced former parliamentary secretary Rosianne Cutajar – forced to
Suspected Indian fraudsters on the run used Henley and Partners to seek foreign passports
Two Indian fugitives suspected of involvement in a €640
Transport operator challenges ‘illegal’ secret ferry concession to Zammit Tabona – Bianchi Group
Updated to include ‘Right of Reply’ received from Marsamxetto
Jose’ Herrera turned property developer while environment minister
National Heritage Minister Jose’ Herrera was busy ripping up
Cutajar couldn’t refund property commission because she’d ‘already spent her share’
Damning testimony from Rosianne Cutajar’s associate, the ‘sensar’ Charles
Moves by unnamed Maltese investors to acquire ownership of Sicilian football club
A group of anonymous Maltese investors, who last week
Malta Enterprise gives permanent job to former PL spokesman, and then sends him off on leave
Former Labour Party spokesman Nigel Vella has been given
Heritage Malta suffers unprecedented losses but doubles costs of government-appointed directors
The government agency responsible for the upkeep and administration
Central link project costs mushroom as new underpass is added as an afterthought
The controversial €55 million Central Link project, already underway
Chloe Portelli hit by fresh raft of Planning Authority enforcement orders
The Planning Authority (PA) has issued a raft of
Opening of Malta’s most prestigious museum postponed to 2023
The opening of the St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum extension
Chair of construction industry regulator defends Joseph Portelli’s illegal batching plant for tender
The government-appointed Chair of the Building and Construction Agency