Tribunal warns Malta Enterprise ‘law not to be used to limit transparency, accountability’
The government agency tasked with attracting foreign direct investment
Comino deckchairs out again as minister’s plan remains shelved
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. As another summer approaches, three
Court revokes permits for Joseph Portelli flats, already built and sold
The Planning Authority is in a new fix on
Council of Europe calls for prompt action as Malta fails its latest anti-corruption assessment
Malta has still only satisfactorily implemented four of the
Prime Minister found guilty of ethics breach, refuses to apologise
Prime Minister Robert Abela was found to be in
Heritage watchdog’s go-ahead for Manoel Island development given despite concerns
The Superintendence of Cultural Heritage (SCH) overlooked important considerations
Disgraced former PM talks up Azerbaijan ‘achievements’
Amid speculation that disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat
Concerns raised as Labour Party starts using state schools for partisan activities
The Labour Party in government has started using state
€7 million to be spent on minor reconfiguration of Cirkewwa road
The government is spending €7 million on two kilometres
Analysis: Why withholding information erodes trust in law enforcement
On 1 March, the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO)
Disinformation Watch: Framing the Sofia public inquiry narrative
Following the publication of the Jean Paul Sofia public
Grech’s film festival costs exceed more than two years of local industry funding
Johann Grech’s extravagant film festival last summer, supposedly to
Portelli sold off Dingli apartments months before Planning Authority application
A newly proposed five-storey apartment block in Dingli was
Gozitan developer’s Naxxar sheep farm proposal latest in a string of similar applications
Gozitan developer Francesco Raniero Grima is seeking Planning Authority
Illegal batching plants to continue without permits for at least 4 years
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Illegal tarmac and concrete
PBS Chair Mark Sammut blocks information on newsroom appointments
PBS has refused to make public information on a
€130,000 spent on marketing Stabbiltà scheme, government shy on details
The government has spent some €130,000 to promote the
Disinformation Watch: ‘Rage farming’, a new word for an old trick
The language used by Prime Minister Robert Abela has
Prime minister fails to declare wife’s assets as ethics probe begins
Prime Minister Robert Abela has failed to declare his
Government to borrow €1.7 billion this year
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The Finance Ministry has announced
€2.1 million spent on Villa Lauri as project is five years late
A Gozo Ministry project to provide temporary shelter for
Disinformation one of the biggest threats to democracies in 2024 – WEF Report
Emotionally charged language, personal attacks, false comparisons, and deliberate
Print newspapers given €150,000 in fresh public funds
The government has handed out some €150,000 of public
Malta’s passport sales in crosshairs of new EU anti-corruption directive
The Committee of Civil Liberties in the European Parliament
10 years, millions later, Gozo elderly residence is almost ready
Dar San Guzepp – a new residence for the
Board probing benefits racket requests term extension, still no arrests
The government-appointed board investigating the widely reported disability benefits
2013 Carnival Village Promise: Minister confirms funding still not secured
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici, who in 2013 promised carnival
Malta retains all-time lowest score on Corruption Perception Index
Malta’s standing on Transparency International’s 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index
Hundreds call for halt to Portelli Miżieb development, petition sent to MPs
A petition calling for a halt to the planned
Mystery over €1 million direct order at EU-funded ‘Hospital for the South’
The new Health Minister, Jo Etienne Abela, has failed

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