Sliema apartment with 40 low-wage workers owned by Labour insider
The lack of action by the authorities against the
Brussels wants more information on Malta’s new Gambling Act before acting
The European Commission is asking the Maltese government for
Sacked Transport Malta CEO to be made Ambassador to the Netherlands
Jeffrey Curmi, the former Armed Forces of Malta Commander
Miriam Dalli powers Zurrieq feast with Gladiator 2 generators to save face
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli had Enemalta issue ‘emergency’ direct
PBS director breached code of ethics by taking Mediterrane Film Festival job
Pablo Micallef was recruited by direct order for a
No Joseph Calleja concert this summer as government sponsorship slashed
The annual Joseph Calleja summer concert will not be
Labour MPs want PAC paused until October although Muscat is available
Even though disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat has
The Abelas change Xewkija farmhouse plans into a fully-fledged guest house
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his wife Lydia have
Confirmed: Government allowed factories boss to play conflicting roles
Keith Fenech, the politically-appointed INDIS Malta CEO until last
Gozo Channel tries again: ferry tender published with same tight timeline
Gozo Channel has after years of delay published a
Opposition calls for Attorney General’s resignation after inquiries debacle
The Opposition this morning called for the resignation of
Finance Ministry spends over a million a year on the members of its 35 boards
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana, who has been harping on
Sofia inquiry: ‘Clear’ that magistrate did not request an extension – Chamber of Advocates
The Chamber of Advocates has expressed “concern” over Prime
UNESCO comes down hard on Valletta’s Iniala Hotel as PA takes no action
UNESCO, the United Nation’s authority for protecting World Heritage
Five public officials among eight arrested in EPPO swoop in Malta
Five public officials, customs officers, were among eight people
Opposition asks Standards Commissioner to investigate PM and Justice Minister
The Opposition has asked the Commissioner for Standards in
PETA warns Gladiator 2 director Ridley Scott about using real animals on set
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has
Pressure mounts as Justice Commissioner faces charges of aggravated grievous bodily harm
Prime Minister Robert Abela and Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti
Jean Paul Sofia vigil goes ahead as planned as thousands call for justice
The vigil for construction site victim Jean Paul Sofia
Finance and transport ministers report grossly inflated consultancy salaries
The finance ministry and the transport ministry have been
250 migrants pushed back from Maltese waters ‘rescued’ by Haftar’s militia
The 250 irregular migrants pushed back to Libya last
Law students reported prime minister to standards commissioner five months ago
Għaqda Studenti Tal-Liġi (Malta Law Students’ Society) reported Prime
Illicit ship-to-ship Russian oil transfers off Malta up 220% – report
The illicit ship-to-ship transfers of Russian oil off Malta
€60 million ITS campus still on the cards after EU post-Covid funding cut
The €60 million Institute of Tourism Studies campus slated
Education Minister won’t say how many students AUM has: ‘It’s a private entity’
Education Minister Clifton Grima is once again being cagey
Minister dodges questions on Mediterrane Film Festival expenses
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo is once again dodging questions
Comino concessions ‘commercially sensitive’ and cannot be made public
It is a strange situation when what is arguably
Court throws out UHM boss’ legal challenge against The Shift
The Court on Monday threw out a legal challenge
Persons of trust: employers want full disclosure and performance audits
Malta’s employers are demanding full disclosure when it comes
MEPs want answers on Malta’s migrant pushbacks, torture and EU funding
MEPs from the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and

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