Malta’s debt up €3 billion in 2 years
Malta’s debt has increased by a staggering €3 billion
‘Why is Caruana contesting powers she voted for?’
Independent political candidate Arnold Cassola, who was one of
‘I wasn’t aware architect is minister’s brother’ – ITS CEO
Architect Gilbert Bartolo was given a direct order to
Malta whistleblower protection law ‘not fit for purpose’ – Pieter Omtzigt
The General Rapporteur to the Parliamentary Assembly of the
Court upholds prohibitory injunction against permanent secretary for education, MCAST
The court has upheld a prohibitory injunction against a
Government spent €1 billion more than estimated in 2021
The government has spent €1 billion more than it
Joseph Portelli’s daughter Chloe seeks to build second agricultural store
Gozitan developer Joseph Portelli has filed a new application
Bangladeshi businessman contradicted by Yorgen Fenech chats
Bangladeshi businessman and Cabinet advisor Salman Rahman’s comment to
OPM gave same day approval for Caruana to hire Bogdanovic, no questions asked
Education Minister Justyne Caruana began the administrative process of
St John’s Foundation to replace CEO to give impetus to stalled €10 million project
St John’s Co-Cathedral Foundation – a joint administrative organisation
Silvio Schembri refuses to explain €17 million discrepancy on MBR office lease
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri has refused to explain the €17
Our commitment to transparency: financial statement for 2020
We retain our commitment to transparency as a community-funded
Zammit Clapp may get new management after Zaren Vassallo’s company loses out to new entrant
State-owned residence for the elderly Zammit Clapp Hospital in
Daniel Bogdanovic’s ghostwriter is former John Dalli aide
The real author of a €15,000 report commissioned by
Justyne Caruana insists Daniel Bogdanovic doesn’t work for her despite his visits to new school projects
Embattled Education Minister Justyne Caruana is insisting that there
UK High Court rules Julian Assange can be extradited to the US – NGOs condemn decision
The UK High Court today ruled that Wikileaks founder
AUM fails quality assurance audit but gets licence extension anyway
The American University of Malta (AUM) has failed an
Gaffarena loses appeal as court confirms Old Mint Street building deal illegal
The appeals court has this morning confirmed a 2018
24 journalists killed, 293 journalists currently in prison in 2021 – CPJ
In its annual prison census, the Committee to Protect
Court records law under spotlight of six international press freedom NGOs
Pressure continues to grow on the government to scrap
MTA hands out 200 event sponsorships during pandemic, refuses to name amounts or recipients
Information obtained through a Freedom of Information request filed
Speaker decides minister made a ‘mistake’ when withholding information on MGA direct orders
Speaker Anġlu Farrugia has ruled that the wrong information
Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo picks individuals from his district to serve as ambassadors
Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo has nominated two of his