Heritage Malta suffers unprecedented losses but doubles costs of government-appointed directors
The government agency responsible for the upkeep and administration
Central link project costs mushroom as new underpass is added as an afterthought
The controversial €55 million Central Link project, already underway
Chloe Portelli hit by fresh raft of Planning Authority enforcement orders
The Planning Authority (PA) has issued a raft of
Opening of Malta’s most prestigious museum postponed to 2023
The opening of the St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum extension
Chair of construction industry regulator defends Joseph Portelli’s illegal batching plant for tender
The government-appointed Chair of the Building and Construction Agency
Agriculture Minister Refalo gives plum government job to his private practice manager
Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Anton Refalo has given a
PM keeps tight lid on secretly-boosted golden handshakes to his cabinet
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refused to give taxpayers
GWU faces competition for €113 million tender as rival bid is cheaper
The General Workers Union (GWU), the traditional political partner
Abela hands administration of passports cash fund to known PL cronies
The government agency tasked with managing more than half
Malta is EU laggard in COVID digital certification process
Malta is one of only three EU member states
The caravans saga continues: police officers increase regular patrols at Mistra Bay
Authorities have stepped up enforcement efforts in Mistra Bay
Police tell restaurant owner ‘no space’ for abandoned vehicles despite new law
The owner of a restaurant situated in Mistra Bay
Muscat changed terminal benefits systems twice while PM, resulting in higher payments for himself
Former prime minister Joseph Muscat changed the policy of
EXCLUSIVE: Muscat paid €120,000 in secret golden handshake
Maltese taxpayers have been billed a hefty €120,000 to
FIAU spends €63,000 (so far) on paid media content to promote positive image  
During the highly-anticipated assessment by Moneyval, the anti-money laundering
Minister Aaron Farrugia’s transparency register still not created, 18 months after pledge
Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia’s pledge to establish and regularly
PwC drops ethical concerns as prospect of Pilatus Bank funds looms
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the major ‘big four’ audit
Disgraced PM’s former aide Kurt Farrugia replaces Keith Schembri on Smart City board
Kurt Farrugia – a former top aide of disgraced
AG silent on possible conflict of interest with administrator for Progress Press
Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg is refusing to explain how
Grand Harbour ‘secret’ concession extension: review board dismisses challenge on technicality
The Public Contracts Review Board (PCRB) has rejected a
Hope that treasured Knights’ era battery may be returned to the public
After almost 20 years of indecision by the government
Kasco administrators quit as Keith Schembri said to continue business as usual
Two court-appointed auditors from Deloitte, tasked with administering disgraced
PA’s Attard quarry extension permit to erase decades of illegalities
Update: The permit has been approved. The Planning Authority
Millions of taxpayer euros squandered on stalled Gozo elderly home project
The government has spent tens of thousands of taxpayer
Gozo Minister’s direct order costs taxpayers €90,000 for 3-year convent lease
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has committed to pay €90,000
New €113 million tender for jobless scheme seems ‘set for GWU’
A new tender issued by the government’s employment agency

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