Turkish organised crime gang hid $30m in Malta crypto accounts
A Turkish organised crime gang until recently headed by
OPM changes the rulebook to increase Abela’s persons of trust
Just a month after forming his new cabinet last
Hondoq ir-Rummien megaproject denied after 20 years of opposition
It’s been over 20 years since a megaproject complete
Bonnici on MPO scandal: ‘No room for sexual harassment in any workplace’
The sexual harassment scandal at the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra
PM to replace PA chairman as cull of Muscat connections continues
Martin Saliba, who in 2019 was appointed as Planning
Passenger capacity on Gozo Channel vessel halved as leased ship is too old
A 35-year-old Greek vessel that Gozo Channel has been
MPO members demand CEO’s dismissal over sexual harassment ‘cover-up’
Updated with PN reaction Members of the Malta Philharmonic
Ponte Ferries hit with second arrest warrant, Valletta Cruise Port owed €200,000
Ponte Ferries, the beleaguered company running a Malta-Sicily fast
No explanations for lease of catacombs site for ‘Grill & Chill’ events
Following recent reports by The Shift on how the
Il-konċessjoni pubblika tal-korsa tal-Marsa, jisfruttaha avukat
This article is available in English L-avukat Pio Valletta
Lawyer cashes in on Marsa racetrack public concession
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Lawyer Pio Valletta has
National debt breaking records as deficit set to grow further next year
As the government continues to pump hundreds of thousands
MSF ‘appalled, outraged’ by Malta’s inaction in its search and rescue zone
Trouble is brewing again on the high seas between
Popular Valletta tourist attraction to reopen after The Shift’s reports
The Fortress Builders – a modern EU-funded interpretation centre
Saviour Balzan gets four slots on TVM as Labour retains control on current affairs
The latest Television Malta schedule published recently is once
MEPs aim to act on Malta supplying citizenship to spyware firm owners
As part of their upcoming crackdown on the use
Housing Authority staff complement mushrooms with the rest of public sector
Information tabled in parliament this week on how the
Suspended sentence, restraining order after The Shift’s report on sexual harassment at national orchestra
Following The Shift’s revelations last Sunday of sexual harassment
Identity Malta paperwork delays forcing TCNs ‘underground to work illegally’
Delays of between six to nine months for the
€200,000 for a sculpture in a remote, uninhabited area of Gozo
The government intends to spend more than €200,000 for
No shortage of Gozo Channel office space, but it’s paying chairman’s clients
As the Gozo Channel Company continues to carry out
Abela’s cabinet being less transparent with their earnings than Muscat’s
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s Cabinet is being far less
Labour Party withdraws planning application with change of CEO
A planning application the Labour Party submitted last February
MaltaToday co-owner Saviour Balzan loses libel against journalist Ivan Camilleri
MaltaToday editor Saviour Balzan has lost a libel case
New cabinet recruits keep income under wraps despite code of ethics
Eight new cabinet members appointed by Prime Minister Robert
Former parliamentary secretary kept happy on taxpayer-funded gravy train
Former Labour parliamentary secretary Anthony Agius Decelis, who failed
Refalo invites Julie Zahra to ‘come sing’ at his house to see his ‘stolen’ artefact
Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Anton Refalo resorted to insults
PM hides Russian rental income again – declares nosedive in savings, earnings
Good governance and transparency rules have once again been
Police and national orchestra confirm sexual harassment claims, probe started
The police and the top brass of the Malta
EXCLUSIVE: Sexual harassment claims hit the national orchestra, no action yet
Reports of sexual harassment and gender discrimination involving “beautiful

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