Full justice for Caruana Galizia elusive ‘due to Malta’s lack of political will’ – IPI
The fight for “full justice” for the assassination of
MFSA pays retired CEO €65,000 to ‘give a handover’ to acting replacement
The Malta Financial Services Authority is refusing to publish
Air Malta passengers ordered to make way for PS Chris Bonett and family
The newest junior minister in Prime Minister Robert Abela’s
Previously hidden audit confirms AUM’s dismal performance
An independent audit on which the Malta Further and
Angolan Supreme Court orders seizure of Isabel dos Santos’ assets in Malta
The Angolan Supreme Court has ordered the preventive seizure
Repubblika demands action after ex-MFSA officials ‘hid Pilatus documents’
Updated to include Repubblika’s information exculpating two MFSA officials named
Manoel Theatre taken to court over chairman’s unauthorised contracts
Malta’s national theatre is being sued over six contracts
Ian Borg finds cushy job for MEP’s wife, ‘borrows’ her from TM for foreign office
One of the first things Foreign Minister Ian Borg
Schembri put campaign videographer on public payroll just before the election
Just a few weeks before the last electoral campaign,
‘Free’ school transport costing taxpayers more than three times initial estimate
The cost of ‘free’ school transport for students of
Government-funded private dementia facility has no specialised dementia staff
Casa Amalia, a privately owned dementia facility in Gozo
Don’t insult people’s intelligence, Birzebbuga activists tell Miriam Dalli
Moviment Graffitti and Għaqda Storja u Kultura Birzebbuga have
Gozo Channel issues impractical tender to justify new multi-million direct order
The Greek owners of the MV Nikolaos, which is
Call for harder approach to public broadcasting independence, state advertising in new EU law
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has warned
Police superintendent who threatened Repubblika president identified
The high-ranking police officer who resigned after threatening Repubblika
Bruised PM slams judiciary appointments after his preferred candidate was excluded
Prime Minister Robert Abela slammed the latest exercise for
€400,000 a year for Miriam Dalli canvassers, in breach of OPM rules
Minister Miriam Dalli has already put eight of her
Esplora found riddled with mismanaged direct orders in JPO’s wake – NAO
Questionable contracts issued by direct order were found to
Il-membri tal-kumitat tal-koperattiva tas-sajd jinżammu responsabbli personalment tal-ispejjeż tal-likwidazzjoni
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Manoel Theatre also defies OPM directive and throws Christmas party
The authority of the new head of the public
Gozo Ministry issued 263 direct orders worth €4.6 million in 2021
Nine of every 10 purchases of goods and services
Official car for holiday abroad: Bonett refuses invoices request
Parliamentary Secretary for European Funds Chris Bonett, who The
New Air Malta ground handlers told to shape up or ship out
The operators of Malta International Airport have given the
Il-koperattiva tas-sajd mifnija bl-iskandli, jxoljuha f’eżerċizzju taparsi
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Manoel chairman signs six irregular contracts in one day with one firm
The non-executive chairman of the Manoel Theatre signed six
Addolorata deal derailed, ministry pays hundreds of thousands for failings
The concession for the management and extension of the
Inflated salaries and dubious IT contract found at Malta Air Travel
The National Audit Office has found a financial mess
Change to public domain law to enable redevelopment of AX’s Qawra lidos
The changes the Planning Authority is proposing to the
BCA CEO ignores public service chief as Christmas bash goes ahead
The Building and Construction Agency (BCA) will today proceed
Confusion reigns at airport with new ground handling company
Travellers planning their Christmas holidays will need to brace

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