SOCAR fails in legal bid to block Latvian investigation into secret Malta LNG agreement
A Federal Court in Switzerland has thrown out Azerbaijan’s
Government-Corinthia negotiations on Hal Ferh site kept under wraps
The government and the Corinthia Group are currently conducting
Development proposed by Gozo Minister consultant expands into ODZ
Gozitan lawyer Damian Bigeni, a consultant to the Gozo
Italy: Journalists’ phones wiretapped by prosecutors
A number of Italian journalists had their phones wiretapped
NGOs demand to know the fate of 100 people adrift at sea
Thirty-seven civil society organisations expressed extreme concern about the
How Labour protects and promotes criminals
“The Labour Party does not protect criminals,” Labour President
NexiaBT 4 granted bail
Nexia BT partners Brian Tonna and Karl Cini were
Vince Buhagiar retained his position while Allied Group internal probe was ongoing
Vince Buhagiar, who is facing a list of charges
New PBS chair only six months after government appointed a new board
A new PBS Chair has been appointed only six
UPDATED: Hundreds of thousands transferred but no invoices: ‘It was an open agreement’
Keith Schembri has been granted bail against a deposit
Justice and atonement
The Easter period seems to have brought with it
Party financing must be overhauled if Malta’s to emerge from its distorted democracy – Graffitti
Malta is suffering from a “distortion of democracy” whereby
Ferry service operator benefits from further concessions granted in contested extension
A highly contested three-year extension of a public concession
Singin’ in the drain 
Anything too stupid to say must be sung. Voltaire,
REVEALED: Joseph Portelli’s project for 125 flats near international Important Bird Area in Gozo
The granting of a permit to Joseph Portelli’s partner
Skeletons dancing in the closet
Evarist Bartolo’s cringe-making Tim Sebastian interview was making the
The pace of extradition
When The Shift learnt that Adrian Hillman was not
‘Strong condemnation’ of continued persecution of journalist in Montenegro
International press freedom organisations have jointly condemned the ongoing
Schembri’s deliberately tangled mess
The compilation of evidence in the case of Keith
PM terminates €5,000-a-month consultancy to footballer but mum on action against Minister
Prime Minister Robert Abela would not say what action
Latest court decree on Yorgen Fenech articles another blow to journalism
Journalists of The Times of Malta are set to
‘Los Chamos’, Malta, a Swiss banker and Venezuelan corruption
Matthias Krull a former Swiss banker who worked for
Degiorgio brothers want their request for a presidential pardon taken ‘seriously’
Brothers Alfred and George Degiorgio have said they have
Bail denied again for NexiaBT 4
Magistrate Donatella Frendo Dimech has denied bail to four
The duty of candour
On 24 March 2005, Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed a
Joseph Muscat’s chief of staff Keith Schembri will head back to jail as magistrate lists concerns
Keith Schembri and other Kasco Group associates Malcolm Scerri
Yorgen Fenech’s Quad Towers con
As more news emerges on the intricate web of
Transport Ministry spends €60 million on direct orders in 3 years
The Transport Ministry has dished out almost €60 million

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