Malta to ease travel restrictions despite record Covid cases, spike in deaths
The government is set to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions
When the green’s gone, build on the blue
It isn’t enough to fill every remaining green space
Joseph Portelli’s Jerma project: residential units up for sale with no permit, starting from €300,000
Residential units from a massive project fronted by Gozitan
Air Malta employees ‘betrayed’ as government reneges on its agreement
Hundreds of Air Malta employees feel betrayed by the
Electoral Commission lacks political will, resources to regulate campaign financing – OSCE
Malta’s Electoral Commission cannot act as an effective regulator
€3.5 million tender for ITS campus plans despite previous €700,000 direct order
The government has issued a €3.5 million tender for
EU-Azerbaijan deal ‘replacing energy reliance on a kleptocratic state with long-term reliance on another’
The EU Commission’s energy deal with the autocratic regime
Government secretly renegotiating scheme promised to hundreds of Air Malta employees
The government is secretly negotiating a massive u-turn on
Leading environmental NGOs not consulted on Hal Far race track
The government’s track record with noise regulation has made
EU Commission raps Malta for failing to transpose EU renewable energy rules
Malta, along with Slovenia and Italy, has received a
Former Brigadier to get €115,000 to head Transport Malta
The former commander of Malta’s Armed Forces, Brigadier Jeffrey
One bidder for double the price: controversial tender for cancer treatment facility closes
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. A controversial €24
Prime minister in breach of terms of reference he set for press freedom reform
Prime Minister Robert Abela is in breach of the
Wealthy sheikhs behind Smart City leave trail of failed projects
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Smart City Malta
Over 200 objections filed against development near San Anton Gardens
Over 200 objections have been filed against a development
The Shift wins another six challenges to Freedom of Information requests
Six more government entities resisting a decision by the
Tony Blair’s spin doctor on meeting Malta’s Kink
“Smaller than I expected, a bit pudgy, but sharp.”
Infrastructure Malta board: a partisan club
The new board of directors of Infrastructure Malta is
‘Full justice must not be denied’ – reactions to European Commission’s rule of law report on Malta
Following the publication of the European Commission’s annual rule
Roberta Metsola urged to rein in tech lobbyists following Uber files revelations
German MEP Daniel Freund has asked European Parliament President
Media experts committee mum on reforms while government sits on recommendations
The press experts committee appointed by the prime minister
OHSA still ‘seeking legal advice’ months after being informed of breach by one of its top officials
 The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) is still
Concerns on ‘impunity afforded’ to Muscat, Schembri, Mizzi – LIBE Committee report
Updated to include debate at the European Parliament MEPs
The missing crypto queen and ‘the shadowy world of Maltese gambling websites’
OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova stole US$4 billion from her
Former Enemalta CEO can’t remember discussion of €20 million shortfall
Former Enemalta CEO Louis Giordimaina claimed he couldn’t remember
Miracles multiply at VAT lottery for 24 lucky participants
The 64-year-old Bormla resident who won the government’s VAT

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