Michelle Muscat’s drivers on state payroll rebranded as ‘logistics managers’
Michelle Muscat, the Marigold Foundation chairperson and wife of
‘Self-employed’ Gozo ministry employee given hundreds of thousands in government contracts
A government employee, who also describes himself as “self-employed”,
TM ‘traffic perception’ officer bypassed internal call to be made chief
Audrey Testaferrata De Noto, a former Transport Malta official
Court decision on Steward’s pending VAT bill of €37million put on hold
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. A €37 million outstanding VAT
Curia gets €5 million for restoration works on churches, properties
Malta’s archdiocese will receive €5 million from the government
Dalli spends €250,000 in direct orders on one-day meeting
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli spent €250,000 in direct orders
Consultancy firm accuses OPM of bias for awarding tender to Labour pollster
A local consultancy firm has filed a complaint over
Malta likely to face return to tight EU fiscal rules from January
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana may no longer be able
Tourism minister, ministry contradict each other on free concert tickets
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo and
MFSA denies violating law on enforcement decisions, fines
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has filed an
Sacked Enemalta boss rewarded with another top government role
Jonathan Cardona has been transferred back to his former
Gozo apartment owners risk losses as court declares property illegal following PA blunder
A newly constructed block of apartments in Xewkija, Gozo,
‘Government biased in treatment of employees facing criminal charges’ – lawyers
The Maltese government is facing accusations of discrimination that
Squatters ordered out as Villa Frere risks collapse
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. A Msida-based scaffolding company has
Urgent court action sought as BOV locks out board member
James Grech, a longstanding member of Bank of Valletta’s
Policy officer with no experience in policy given promotion before being seconded to Marigold Foundation
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The former personal assistant of
Ian Borg: Church initiated property negotiations due to Malta’s ‘new realities’
The ongoing negotiations between the church and the government
Enemalta spent €10,000 on CEO publicity weeks before grid disaster
Enemalta spent €10,000 on a sponsored interview for its
Malta missing waste management, EU targets across the board
New data from the National Statistics Office for 2022
MFSA legal breach risks revocation of all enforcement notices, fines since 2019
A recent Financial Services Tribunal ruled that the Malta
Government owed €1 billion in ‘collectible arrears’ in 2022
More than €1 billion was owed to the Maltese
Architect, lawyer, planning consultant Musumeci now advising on pensions too
Robert Musumeci, an architect, lawyer, and recipient of multiple
Israeli firm to provide prisoner tagging equipment
An Israeli company has won a multi-million-euro bid to
Health minister denies FOI request: doctors’ salaries ‘not in the public interest’
A collective agreement regulating the work conditions of some
Gozo Channel stuck with €10,000 a day 36-year-old vessel
Serious concerns have been raised over the deteriorating service
ARMS boss takes no action on serious breaches by CFO
Joseph Attard, the government-appointed CEO of ARMS Ltd, has
UNESCO ambassador, culture minister silent on Ggantija apartments controversy
Malta’s Ambassador to UNESCO, Gozitan Monsignor Joe Vella Gauci,
Public service chief in spending spree on parties, propaganda, Labour suppliers
This article is available in Maltese. The head of
Ex-PA boss moved to ministry after PM’s advisor replaces him in €100,000 job
Martin Saliba, the former executive chairperson of the Planning
Former minister and his personal assistant put on Transport Malta board
Former transport minister Joe Mizzi and his personal assistant

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