Iosif Galea’s two European Arrest Warrants raise more questions than answers
The timing of reports that Malta’s Police issued a
Minister struggles to explain Ian Borg’s tents bonanza
New Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia continued to stonewall information
Justyne Caruana is back on the public payroll
Former minister Justyne Caruana is back on the public
EXCLUSIVE: MCAST inquiry finds wide-scale fraud and falsification in recruitment procedures
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The results of
Konrad Mizzi’s ‘consultant’ David Galea returns to Enemalta
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi’s right-hand man, who was
Third of PN MPs present no receipts on electoral spending, Giglio spent six times the average
Top criminal lawyer Joe Giglio spent six times the
‘War’ being waged over multi-million-euro Zammit Clapp contract amid claims of foul play
Law firms closely connected to the highest echelons of
COE anti-corruption watchdog says Malta still far from implementing 2019 recommendations
Council of Europe anti-corruption watchdog, GRECO has said that
Costs for new Msida school surge as foundations show severe structural problems
A new government primary school in Msida that was
Commemorating anti-mafia judge Giovanni Falcone on the 30th anniversary of his murder
Thirty years ago, on 23 May 1992, anti-mafia judge
‘Tainted’ cancer machine procurement: ‘Let’s leave FMS out’ – health official tells Mater Dei boss
Increased doubts over a possible ‘tainted’ procurement process of
State agencies continue to conceal information about Robert Abela’s Zejtun house
The Planning Authority has refused to release any details
Exclusive: Documents reveal ‘exorbitant’ fees charged by new justice minister’s law firm
Jonathan Attard, the 38-year-old new justice minister, charged a
Aaron Farrugia defends Ian Borg’s €500,000 tents extravagance
Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia has defended the award of
Minister fuming as MMA Chair’s contract renewed before election
New Active Aging Minister Jo-Etienne Abela is reportedly “fuming”
Air Malta set to enter new joint venture despite pending state aid injection
The Shift is informed that Air Malta is about
Enemalta paying ‘Muscat’s man’ unique termination bonus plus €160k a year
Jonathan Cardona has been given the entitlement to claim
Placements on government ‘jobs-for-votes’ scheme doubles
Enrolment in the Community Workers Scheme (CWS) hit a
Gozo elderly home hits new snag as bidder claims illegal €30 million tender award
Gozo’s first ever public residential home for the elderly
Polidano won government contracts in 2021 despite pending €40 million tax bill
Building contractor Polidano Brothers – the company owned by
‘Our protest is about the state’s attempt at killing journalism’ – Therese Comodini Cachia
The ongoing protest for truth and justice for assassinated
Pininfarina says it has ‘no interest’ in investing in Dalli’s Birzebbuga project
The Italian design giant Pininfarina has no intention of
Arnold Cassola demands probe into Ian Borg’s direct orders to TEC
Independent election candidate Arnold Cassola has requested Standards Commissioner
Company awarded €0.5 million in direct orders in 1 day provided tents for minister’s campaign
The Events Company, better known as TEC, provided Minister
New civil service head appointment mired in political controversy
The prime minister’s choice of Tony Sultana as the
Taxpayers paid €4.6 million extra for tunnels maintenance
A supposedly simple and straightforward project by Infrastructure Malta

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