Brian Tonna and Karl Cini barred by MFSA but never fined by the FIAU
Accountants Brian Tonna and Karl Cini of Panama Papers
Analysis: A closer look at the police force’s ‘efficiency’
Prime Minister Robert Abela chose a recent political event
Maltese convicted of transporting 230 kilos of marijuana acquitted on appeal in Sicilian courts
A Maltese national who made headlines back in 2019
Bonnici taken to task over Carnival tractors stunt and premises pledge
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici has been at the receiving
Appeal filed against magistrate’s refusal to recuse herself from Pilatus Bank case
An appeal was filed this morning by NGO Repubblika
Lands Authority using direct orders for new Selmun Palace valuation
The government is discreetly working on plans to come
Ambassador Ray Azzopardi moved from NATO to Argotti Gardens
Ray Azzopardi, the former head of the Labour Party’s
Going, going, gone: ‘Ġgantija’ figurine fetches €2,500 in online auction from Maltese buyer
The dubious piece of Maltese heritage auctioned online on
Police Commissioner will not explain drug trafficker’s security guard licence
Police Commissioner Angelo Gafa is refusing to explain how
Foreign Ministry spends €300,000 on refurbishing temporary offices
For the first time in decades, the Foreign Ministry
A record: public files 13,500 objections against ‘Comino village’ development
The Planning Authority is currently processing over 13,500 objections
Appeals Court rules all EU citizens can submit FOI requests to the government
In a landmark ruling, Malta’s Court of Appeal has
Italian police find ‘complex system trafficking vehicles stolen in Italy destined for Malta’
Italian police on Thursday morning dismantled a massive ‘Ndrangheta
PM still ‘tolerating’ predecessor Muscat’s occupation of Sa Maison property
Three years after assuming power at Castille, Prime Minister
Court confirms Lino Cauchi butchered in political murder, 41 years later
Updated to include the Cauchi family’s appeal for the
€1 million and a decade later, work on government elderly home set to resume
Businessman Zaren Vassallo is set to be awarded a
PN accuses Bonnici of preventing PBS from carrying report criticising him
The Opposition is demanding PBS immediately broadcasts a statement
Identity Malta CEO’s army colleagues given part-time roles at the agency
Several Armed Forces of Malta soldiers known to be
Enemalta posts €35 million losses while its Chinese partner turns a profit
State energy supplier Enemalta’s annual audited accounts for 2020
Scandal-prone Gaffarena renting Qormi beds to immigrants for €260 a month
Marco and Josielle Gaffarena, the couple involved in Valletta’s
€150,000 ‘emergency works’ on site owned by Gozo Channel chair’s clients
Gozo Channel is handing out another €150,000 in a
Labour campaign organisers get parallel Film Commission direct orders
Newly-published information shows links between the Malta Film Commission’s
Siege mentality at Heritage Malta after CEO warns against sharing information
A siege mentality has been imposed at Heritage Malta
Italy’s highest court confirms sentences for Marsascala mafia extortion beating
Francesca Rispoli, the daughter of imprisoned ‘Ndrangheta mafia boss
After €209,000 spent, Xwejni sculpture deemed ‘incompatible’
The Gozo Ministry has found itself in a quandary
Carmen Ciantar’s €163,000 FMS contract unrevised despite The Shift’s revelations
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne has defied Prime Minster
Aquilina pledges ‘all steps necessary’ to have Magistrate Nadine Lia recused
Civil society action group Repubblika President Robert Aquilina has
Minister says contractor is not his canvasser but refuses to explain
Social Accommodation Minister Roderick Galdes is refusing to explain

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