Dwejra development project: Indian tycoon’s family buys Maltese citizenship
Various family members of the Indian tycoon who bought
Don’t give me away
Don’t give me away, someone once said to his
It doesn’t end here
Robert Abela wants you to believe that the confession
EU Court confirms dismissal of action brought by John Dalli
Following the recommendation by Advocate General Maciej Szpunar in
New judicial appointments: ban on past political affiliation stirs hornet’s nest
Updated to include a statement by the Chamber of
Four men charged
Four men were arraigned on Wednesday night in connection
Nascent steps towards justice ‘long overdue’ – Reporters Without Borders
Nascent steps towards justice are long overdue and underscore
Repubblika protest calls for Rosianne Cutajar’s resignation over Yorgen Fenech links
Protestors outside the office of Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne Cutajar
International press freedom organisations criticise Speaker for denying access to tax declarations
International press freedom organisations have called on Speaker Anglu
The rise and fall of James Piscopo: How Keith Schembri handed him the Black Spot
In Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island’, pirate captain Billy
UPDATED: Watershed moment as hitman pleads guilty in Daphne Caruana Galizia case
Updated to include the reaction of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s
OPM official resigns after The Shift’s revelations
Nigel Vella, a former Labour spokesman who until last
Court requests three-year prison sentence for mafia wife who attacked journalist
The public prosecutor of Bari’s Direzione Distrettuale Antimafia (DDA)
The Shift objects to denial of access to MPs’ tax declarations
Updated to include the reaction of the European Federation
John Dalli says ‘no deal’ with Indian tycoon seeking development on Dwejra coast
Former European Commissioner John Dalli confirmed he is ‘a
Council of Europe says Malta fails basic human rights obligations for minorities
The Maltese government has failed to collect any data
We could be anti-heroes
The end of this month brought with it the
Gozo Grab #7: Road builders get 71 flats in deals with medieval foundation
The application for 71 flats on fields on the
Patriotism and character
The other day, as I was listening to the
MGA good governance chief allowed side business
The man who is tasked with ensuring good governance
Frying pans and fire
What a disappointment Bernard Grech is turning out to
2020 ‘unfortunate record year’ for press freedom, call for action from EC President
Press freedom organisation partners forming the Media Freedom Rapid
EXCLUSIVE: Indian tycoon buys massive quarry on Dwejra coast for redevelopment
An Indian millionaire based in Dubai has bought some
Standards are worthless without accountability
Regulations exist on paper, but laws are only as
European Court of Human Rights calls for the release of Alexei Navalny
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has called
Prime Minister silent on three jobs for ‘trusted’ officer totalling some €90,000 a year
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his chief spokesman Matthew
Vince Muscat withdraws appeal: A turning point in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder case?
In an unexpected move on Wednesday, Vince Muscat, one
EY charges MFSA over €10 million for Satabank job
The local branch of international auditing firm Ernst &
What you know, not who you know: How Labour duped the nation
Your house is flooded. You contact water services and
‘No one in political sphere has been charged with Daphne’s assassination’
NGO Repubblika have sent a letter to the Police

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