BOV is paying seven foreign consultants a total of €11,500 a day
Malta’s biggest lender, government-controlled Bank of Valletta, is paying
Gozo ministry overtime payments more than tripled in just five years
Payments of overtime to Gozo ministry employees more than
FIAU suffers setback as court annuls judgement
The FIAU (Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit) yesterday suffered a
Newsrooms, press freedom organisations rally against court records law
Six Maltese newsrooms, along with the Daphne Caruana Galizia
Speaker to investigate The Shift’s revelations on MGA direct orders
Speaker Anglu Farrugia said today he will investigate the
Minister withholds information from parliament on MGA direct orders
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri and the Malta Gaming Authority
Anthony De Giovanni gifted second contract at the SCSA, chaired by his daughter
Anthony De Giovanni, the 74-year-old father of politically appointed
Crowd gathers for public protest calling for Speaker’s resignation despite weather
Crowds gathered in front of parliament today to call
State Hospitals deal: Taxpayers €300 million – Steward €0
By the end of next year, taxpayers will already
Government denies whistleblower status to person exposing De Giovanni ‘nepotism’ case
The government has declined to grant whistleblower status to
Electrogas shareholder Paul Apap Bologna returns to PAC in stormy, dislocated session
A confused, stormy Public Accounts Committee meeting that saw
The phenomenon of ‘self-suspension’
“Self-suspension” has become a bizarrely fashionable move for public
Court unfreezes Evarist Bartolo canvasser’s ‘corruption’ block, despite ongoing criminal case
In a rare and ‘surprising’ decision, Magistrate Donatella Frendo
Anti-SLAPP conference day two: how UK corporate lawyers kill stories
On the second day of the anti-SLAPP conference organised
Anti-SLAPP conference: governments must protect media freedom
It is vital that governments protect media freedom, the
Tunnels maintenance project also goes to… Construct Furniture shareholders
The private consortium which was awarded a multi-million contract
‘Coalition for Gozo’ calls for immediate suspension of Xlendi boathouse development
Concern about rampant over-development in Gozo is mounting rapidly,
Ponte Ferries’ Augusta service finally begins, but port permits didn’t cause the delay
Ponte Ferries – a new fast-ferry service connecting Malta
REFUSED: Dingli explosives factory development application turned down
In a rare decision, the Planning Board of the
Miriam Dalli refuses to give parliament information on public cash grants to developers
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli has again refused to reveal
Crisis looming as government’s electricity tariffs lock coming to an end
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli is refusing to say whether
Convicted former priest’s criminal record casts doubt on future warrant eligibility
Following concerns about whether a former Gozitan priest found
Konrad Mizzi filibusters his way through second PAC appearance
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi again avoided answering any
PA concealed crucial documents showing Dingli ODZ ‘tourist development’ includes residential element
The Planning Authority withheld crucial documents related to a
Minister refuses to divulge names of developers receiving €4 million from Malta Enterprise
The government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment
Moonlighting MCAST Principal paid two government salaries, taking home €117k a year
The Principal of MCAST, James Calleja, was given a