Turkey finds 15 betting sites run from Malta by slain crime boss
A second round of investigations in the aftermath of
Joseph Portelli to be given 95% discount for lease of public land for his football club
Gozitan construction magnate Joseph Portelli, the president of the
Il-procurement għall-promozzjoni u r-reklamar tal-metro ħadu ħsiebha Ian Borg u ċ-Chairman ta’ Transport Malta
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Kidnapped Lockerbie suspect flown to Malta by US agents ‘against his will’
The third Lockerbie bombing suspect currently facing trial in
Ian Borg, TM chair personally handled €500,000 metro promo procurement
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Former transport minister Ian
Public land cannot be used for John Dalli’s personal security, court rules
Disgraced former European Commissioner John Dalli cannot expect public
Construction industry regulator to host expensive Christmas bash as nation still reeling from death of JeanPaul Sofia
Days after Malta’s latest construction fatality, which claimed the
Judiciary costs now running at €10 million a year as court delays increase
Salaries and allowances for judiciary members and their teams
Attard says government committed to EU SLAPP Directive as it SLAPPs The Shift
Without so much as a trace of irony, Justice
Malta blocks less than €150,000 in Russian citizens’ assets, the EU’s lowest
Although Malta has granted citizenship to several hundred Russian
Gozo Ministry creates more phantom jobs through private contractors
More Gozitans are expected to be put on the
Prime Minister’s events manager gets second job as Festivals Malta chairman
Aaron Zahra, a member of Prime Minister Robert Abela’s
European Council wants UBO registers re-opened for press and civil society
Pressure is mounting on the government to have the
Russian ghost ship disguised its presence near Malta by claiming it was in Greece
A Russian oil tanker has been tracked by an
Kordin tragedy: Factory was illegal, basic commencement notice ‘never submitted’
The Kordin timber factory that collapsed last Saturday, claiming
Silvio Schembri takes full control of the ‘independent’ Lands Authority
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri has taken full control of
Lands CEO’s driver is collapsed factory developer’s business partner
Matthew Schembri, the developer behind the collapsed timber factory
Comino beach concessions extended without a tender
After months of hiding lucrative public beach concessions given
Fearne’s canvasser on a €163,000 salary ordered to make her contract available
Foundation for Medical Services CEO Carmen Ciantar has been
Vatican finds priest who created Ta’ Pinu mosaics sexually abused nuns
A Vatican investigation has concluded that prominent Slovenian Jesuit
Our commitment to transparency: financial statement for 2021
We retain our commitment to transparency as a community-funded
Kordin tragedy: Serbian contractor was building factory on government property
The silence from the authorities responsible for last Saturday’s
Grand turnout for this weekend’s ‘Art for the shift’ exhibition opening night
It was a great turnout on Friday evening for
‘Malta’s Passeur’: Malta-Italy human trafficking ringleader arrested in France
A Guinean leader of a human trafficking ring that
Gozo Ministry hasn’t published two years of direct orders
Gozo Ministry Permanent Secretary John Borg is refusing to
Lands Authority awards legal services contract to cleaning company
The Lands Authority is trying to fix a massive
Ponte Ferries in major trouble with more vessel arrest warrants for unpaid debts
Ponte Ferries is in serious trouble after being hit
Mafia boss’ daughter gets four years for Malta extortion beating, husband gets 10
Francesca Rispoli, the daughter of imprisoned ‘Ndrangheta mafia boss
NAO confirms The Shift investigations on scandalous Gozo elderly home
The National Audit Office has confirmed findings revealed by

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