Binance under scrutiny, capitalising on ‘veneer of legitimacy’ given by Malta government
Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange that Malta had welcomed with
Two years of Robert Abela
The anniversary of Robert Abela’s two years in office
14 NGOs hold protest against gender-based violence
“I am tired of holding keys in my hand
Cry havoc and unleash the dogs of war
“Celebrities who retreat from the public eye will always
Permanent Secretary involved in FTS corruption scandal chosen as chief taxman
Joseph Caruana, the permanent secretary who had lost the
Government to borrow another €1.2 billion as forecasts go haywire
The government is planning to borrow at least €1.2
Knock knock knocking on Muscat’s door
Malta’s police are surely among the most courteous of
Largest chunk of lotteries fund goes to… the finance minister’s district
The majority of funds allocated through the Social Causes
New road at the centre of a 3 week protest in Dingli opens door for development application
A plot of agricultural land near a hotly-contested area
Owen Bonnici’s ‘band club protection’ law re-confirmed to be in breach of human rights
On Thursday morning, the Constitutional Court conclusively determined that
It’s not about money
The government has no intention of debating the Opposition’s
After 2 years of ‘ongoing negotiations’, government drops threats of ending hospitals deal
The health ministry has ignored questions on the outcome
No end to Konrad Mizzi’s filibustering on Electrogas deal at public accounts committee
Yet another hearing of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC),
More taxpayer money sent Saviour Balzan’s way
The co-owner of Media Today, Saviour Balzan, has been
Good governance is not the order of the day
It is unclear why anyone would think it was
Speaker to decide whether ethics committee is to continue investigating Justyne Caruana
The parliamentary committee for standards in public life suspended
Roberta Metsola secures European Parliament presidency in landslide victory
Securing 67% of all votes, Roberta Metsola became the
Civil service chief Mario Cutajar continues his attack on the Ombudsman
Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar upped his attack against
C-Planet fined €65,000 for voter data breach
C-Planet IT Solutions Ltd, the company that infamously hit
Police union flags ‘disconnection’ between officers’ needs and administration
The Malta Police Union (MPU) is currently at loggerheads
FIAU slaps gambling operator with €387,000 fine, 14 regulations breached
Remote gaming operator Online Amusement Solution Ltd was slapped
The duty of candour
If you aren’t prosecuted and found guilty of serious
The press needs good faith not just new laws
What’s needed to implement the Caruana Galizia public inquiry’s
Mayhem and abuse found at housing estates’ maintenance company
The company set up by the government to oversee