Illegal bird trapper arrested 24 hours after being convicted of same offence – CABS
A poacher was caught trapping birds illegally yesterday morning,
Police investigation into MCAST ‘jobs for votes’ scandal still ongoing
The police have still not concluded criminal investigations into
Konrad Mizzi presents belligerent defence of Electrogas project during stormy PAC meeting
Disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi began his testimony to
Convicted paedophile priest admitted to university law course
A 49-year-old Gozitan former priest, who was convicted of
Concert contractors left unpaid as €500,000 MTA sponsorship vanishes
Seven Maltese companies, including Public Broadcasting Services, have been
Court strikes down Law Commissioner Antonio Mizzi’s ‘irregular’ development permit
The Appeals Court, presided over by Chief Justice Mark
Why are we denied good administration?
Why is it that everything the government touches turns
Four bids submitted for Marsascala marina deal, as process proceeds in defiance of public outrage
Four bidders, including two consortia, have formally submitted their
UK stalls on consent for Manuel Mallia to take up diplomatic post
Updated to include response from the British High Commission
Education Ministry in spectacular about-turn in MCAST lecturer’s court challenge of transfer order
The Education Ministry has reversed a decision to transfer
PBS technically bankrupt even as Labour apologists continue to hoover up millions
The latest published accounts of Malta’s national broadcaster PBS
Well-connected lawyers grab €300,000 in legal fees from Gozo Ministry in under three years
A small group of well-connected lawyers, including Simon Schembri,
Ponte Ferries begins sea-testing ferry, but actual start date of new Malta-Sicily service remains elusive
Ponte Ferries, the new ‘low-cost’ catamaran service to Sicily
Mellieha Bay to suffer ‘major negative impact’ from new hotel project, EIA report says
A proposed redevelopment of the iconic Mellieha Bay Hotel
Our pledge to Daphne Caruana Galizia
Four years after the heinous assassination of Malta’s leading
New Gozo courthouse announced in 2013 still languishing on plan
Eight years after the announcement of the building of
Investigating attacks is how journalists should fight back
The Shift News investigation into the network of secret
Justice Minister puts judge’s daughter on his ministry’s payroll
The 26-year old, recently-qualified daughter of former Labour deputy
€8 million Nadur roadworks project has no development permit, PA claims it doesn’t need one
The massive, ongoing €8 million infrastructural project in a
Stark warning about greylist-driven risk issued around sale of €16.5m Savoy Shopping Arcade
Experts commissioned to write a bond issue prospectus published