Ian Borg issued 320 direct orders, worth over €6 million, in his last 6 months as transport minister
Outgoing Transport Minister Ian Borg, shunted sideways by Prime
Il-kumpannija Ċiniża Shangai Electric tagħmel profitt ta’ 15-il miljun Ewro u l-Enemalta qed tegħreq bid-djun
Read the article in English here. Il-kumpannija tal-gvern Ċiniż
Mario Cutajar recruited personal ‘image booster’ at €40,000 a year
Outgoing Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar used taxpayer funds
China’s Shanghai Electric posts €15 million profit as Enemalta flounders following sale
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malta hawn. Shanghai Electric, the
New Labour MP bags cushy job at Medicines Authority courtesy of limpet chairman
The politically appointed chairman of the Malta Medicines Authority,
Prime Minister Robert Abela silent on promise to revise government CEO packages
Prime Minister Robert Abela has so far reneged on
Local supermarket owners demand equal tax regime ahead of Eurospin arrival
Local supermarket owners are demanding a prompt solution to
Enemalta hiding losses of tens of millions of euros after being stripped of major assets
Malta’s only energy provider, Enemalta, has been racking up
Transport Malta gave PL events organiser 20 direct orders worth €424,000 on a single day
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. TEC, the events
Azzopardi resigns from PN, cites disagreement with party leader over Fenech pardon
Updated to include PN reaction Former PN MP Jason
€1 million for propaganda agents as Labour TV shunts more staff onto public payroll
Taxpayers will be spending more than €1 million a
Election month cost taxpayers dearly
The government spent €191 million more in March than
Trumpeted reform of court expert appointment process stalled since 2013
Almost a decade after government announced it would undertake
All eyes on UK Home Secretary Priti Patel on Assange extradition request
Twelve press freedom organisations have urgently appealed to the
Government pressured to oust Serracino Inglott from Medicines Authority on claims of extreme nepotism
The pharmaceutical industry, mainly importers of pharmaceutical products and
Local corporate services firm dumps Russian superyacht firm linked with former KGB agent
Local legal firm GVZH Advocates, which previously provided corporate
Police investigate fresh claims of corruption at Identity Malta
The economic crimes unit of the Malta police force
Bishops overruled on Pope’s visit timing because Nuncio wanted ‘retirement present’
Malta’s Apostolic Nuncio, Bishop Alessandro D’Errico, overruled the wish
Gozo Museum project falls behind as costs swell and direct orders proliferate
Construction works on a new museum in Victoria, Gozo,
Malta registers highest deficit in EU – austerity expected next year 
Malta is expected to be one of the first
The wrong right of reply
The Right of Reply is not a tool for
‘Tainted’ tender for EU-funded cancer machine published as value more than doubled
A public procurement exercise to acquire an EU-funded machine
Vatican silent on waste of public funds on temporary ramp for Pope’s visit to Gozo
The Vatican has declined to comment on the waste
ONE TV news editor Edward Montebello moonlights as public tourism agency head
Edward Montebello, news editor of Labour’s TV station, has
Labour consolidates hold on public service through permanent secretaries
Barely four weeks after the general elections, the newly-returned
Medicines Authority grants tailor-made contract to political appointee’s wife
Annalise Attard, one of the most senior officials at

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