PBS technically bankrupt even as Labour apologists continue to hoover up millions
The latest published accounts of Malta’s national broadcaster PBS
Well-connected lawyers grab €300,000 in legal fees from Gozo Ministry in under three years
A small group of well-connected lawyers, including Simon Schembri,
Ponte Ferries begins sea-testing ferry, but actual start date of new Malta-Sicily service remains elusive
Ponte Ferries, the new ‘low-cost’ catamaran service to Sicily
Mellieha Bay to suffer ‘major negative impact’ from new hotel project, EIA report says
A proposed redevelopment of the iconic Mellieha Bay Hotel
Our pledge to Daphne Caruana Galizia
Four years after the heinous assassination of Malta’s leading
New Gozo courthouse announced in 2013 still languishing on plan
Eight years after the announcement of the building of
Investigating attacks is how journalists should fight back
The Shift News investigation into the network of secret
Justice Minister puts judge’s daughter on his ministry’s payroll
The 26-year old, recently-qualified daughter of former Labour deputy
€8 million Nadur roadworks project has no development permit, PA claims it doesn’t need one
The massive, ongoing €8 million infrastructural project in a
Stark warning about greylist-driven risk issued around sale of €16.5m Savoy Shopping Arcade
Experts commissioned to write a bond issue prospectus published
Konrad Mizzi defies Public Accounts Committee’s summons, refuses to testify
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi said today on Facebook
BOV to stop Mastercard, clients informed Visa is their only option
Thousands of Bank of Valletta clients holding a Mastercard
Tender evaluation stalled for a year as time runs low on Gozo elderly home lease
A public tender for the finishing and running of
Ic-Caqnu set to lose out as new €40 million landscaping contract to be awarded soon
Pressure is mounting on the government from business quarters,
Another €1 million in direct orders from Ian Borg
Transport Minister Ian Borg has dished out another €1
Prime minister awards direct order to law firm linked to his parliamentary secretary
A government agency falling under the direct responsibility of
Alarm raised over Lottoland’s interest in Malta’s National Lotteries bid
Serious concerns are being raised among Maltese financial services
UPDATED: Adrian Delia takes on SVDP direct order recipient James Caterers as legal client
Updated to add Adrian Delia’s comments. Shortly after stepping
Government offers Corinthia Group Ghajn Tuffieha site for €10.3 million
After more than two years of negotiations between the
Two consortia accuse Minister Ian Borg of breaching procurement rules on Gozo tunnel project
A controversial project to construct an underwater tunnel between
Mega structures built around Shoreline project at Smart City raise concerns
A collection of large structures, including roofed metal sheds,