Lands Authority tender to legalise public land takeover after false declarations
The Lands Authority allowed a block of flats to
No money for Europride contractors as government blocks information on costs
Tens of contractors involved in organising the government’s Europride
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Malta Enterprise Chairman William Wait will not resign from
Gozitan developer’s Naxxar sheep farm proposal latest in a string of similar applications
Gozitan developer Francesco Raniero Grima is seeking Planning Authority
Elderly former ministers receiving thousands in annual package as PM’s ‘special envoys’
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Prime Minister Robert Abela is
Illegal batching plants to continue without permits for at least 4 years
Illegal tarmac and concrete batching plants spread across Malta
Developer seeks sanctioning of illegal Qormi Wolt Market warehouse
According to a Planning Authority enforcement notice, the Qormi
Johann Grech presents no invoices for €4 million spent on film festival
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Malta’s Film Commissioner Johann Grech
European prosecutors office busts EU-wide VAT fraud ring involving Malta
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office has busted an organisation
Valletta residents to protest over Evans Building privatisation
A group of Valletta residents under the name ‘Residenti
Fast ferry competitors join forces to get €4.5 million tender
Competitors Virtu Ferries and Gozo Fast Ferry have joined
Lack of editorial independence, ‘problematic’ party media main issues in Malta’s media landscape
The most serious issue facing Malta’s media freedom landscape
State broadcaster loses €5 million in 10 years despite €40 million in subsidies
The public broadcaster, PBS, has lost a total of
Sofia inquiry: PN calls for ministers’ resignations as Abela commits to reform
Opposition leader Bernard Grech has called for the resignation
European Parliament’s rule of law report: ‘We shouldn’t lose sight of Malta’
Rapporteur Sophie in’t Veld (Renew Netherlands) had firm words
Sofia inquiry confirms state’s ‘irregular, incompetent, disrespectful’ deficiencies
A public inquiry into the death of Jean Paul
Labour pollster Vince Marmara gets three new government direct orders
Labour pollster Vince Marmara has been handed three new
Better transparency and accountability in political advertising in new EU rules
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EU Parliament approves ‘Daphne’s Law’ to protect journalists
The European Parliament has given its final approval for
Calls for transparency in Steward’s US financials mirror those in Malta
Steward Health Care is facing calls for transparency from
Private entities benefitting from taxpayer-funded Community Workers Scheme
Out of 1,100 unemployed participants in the Community Workers
Malta conspicuous in absence from Paris summit on Ukraine
Twenty European Union heads of state are set to
Evans Building concession winner admits mistake, claims insignificance
Valletta Luxury Projects (VLP) – a consortium owned by
‘Unacceptable’ lack of FIAU law updates despite millions in cancelled fines
The government remains unwilling to update legislation governing how
Former director of Binance, company fined billions in US, living it up in Malta
The former director of the Malta-registered portion of Binance
Environment Authority’s backyard garden works breach its own plans
The Environment and Resources Authority has failed to adhere
€11 million spent outfitting MBR Zejtun offices on top of €26 million lease
The Economy Ministry has spent more than €11 million
Opinion: Leave her in peace
Should a three-year-old girl severely traumatised by war be
Planning Authority paves way for Enemalta’s rushed power plant
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