Cutajar couldn’t refund property commission because she’d ‘already spent her share’
Damning testimony from Rosianne Cutajar’s associate, the ‘sensar’ Charles
Our measure of justice
Justice should be an important virtue in any society.
Labour weakened our clout
Have you heard of the man who looked forward
Moves by unnamed Maltese investors to acquire ownership of Sicilian football club
A group of anonymous Maltese investors, who last week
#FreeAssange: embattled Wikileaks founder turns 50 while still detained in a UK prison
Wikileaks founder and journalist Julian Assange, who first became
Justice is not revenge
The horror of Miriam Pace’s killing at the hands
Malta Enterprise gives permanent job to former PL spokesman, and then sends him off on leave
Former Labour Party spokesman Nigel Vella has been given
MFSA annual report suggests panic ahead of impending Moneyval audit
The MFSA underwent a frantic year in 2020 attempting
The art of laundering… art
The 13 paintings by Old Masters of the Italian
Disinformation Watch: Fretting about the FATF
That the government was about to embark on a
Heritage Malta suffers unprecedented losses but doubles costs of government-appointed directors
The government agency responsible for the upkeep and administration
I was hungry, what did you do?
Many Maltese people these days would have to answer
Central link project costs mushroom as new underpass is added as an afterthought
The controversial €55 million Central Link project, already underway
Government stonewalls questions on lack of consultation with stakeholders for EU commission funding
Business and industry leaders have said they are disappointed
Member of Azerbaijani ruling family linked to billion-euro money laundering scheme
Two members of Azerbaijan’s ruling Aliyev family have been
 The pontificating poser
“This poser was behind the greatest lie of the
Active ageing minister doubled amount of money deposited in accounts in one year
In asset declarations filed earlier this year, Senior Citizens
UN: pushbacks violate human rights, are incompatible with state obligations
Migrant pushbacks result in human rights violations and are
Reporters Without Borders seeks freedom for Julian Assange as he turns 50
International media freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has
As the penny drops
Those of us watching in disbelief as Labour supporters
Repubblika calls for interim government to see through FATF changes until next election
Civil society NGO Repubblika called for an interim government
Cassandra’s Curse
Project Cassandra is a project by a small group
The watchdogs that didn’t bark
If the FATF had any doubts about the need
Chloe Portelli hit by fresh raft of Planning Authority enforcement orders
The Planning Authority (PA) has issued a raft of
FIAU tells financial services industry not to impose stringent grey list measures on locals
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) says financial services
Opening of Malta’s most prestigious museum postponed to 2023
The opening of the St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum extension