Increased ‘risk’ for political independence of media in Malta – report
Increased concern about the political independence of the media
Metro promo: Ian Borg split €420,000 bill from TEC into 20 direct orders to avoid issuing tender
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. An investigation by
Robert Abela is biggest loser in Joseph Muscat’s bid for MFA presidency
Robert Abela and his team at Castille suffered a
14 government CEOs receive over €100,000 each from taxpayers
Fourteen government CEOs are each pocketing more than €100,000
‘The State’s money should not be used for political purposes’ – Standards Commissioner
Former standards commissioner George Hyzler on Thursday defended the
EXCLUSIVE: Scandalous deal as Robert Abela hands AUM public land at 47c per square metre
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The government has
Government ‘repeats’ 2013 AFM takeover, promotes deputy commander twice on same day
Following three weeks of office politics which left the
Silvio Schembri still refuses to answer questions about €31 million lease for MBR offices
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri continues to refuse to provide
Malta’s ‘enormous potential’ exploited by Italian organised crime – report
Multiple investigations by Italian law enforcement agencies have found
‘Holistic plan’ for Comino still in the works, six years after management plan was published
Carrying capacity studies for Comino, meant to determine whether
Former chairperson of Enemalta insists board was following recommendations on Electrogas decision
The former chairperson of Enemalta’s board of directors, Charles
Konrad Mizzi’s former right hand man will now oversee millions of euros in EU funds
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malta hawn. Ronald Mizzi, the permanent
Randolph Spiteri still listed as head of operations at Correctional Services Agency despite transfer claims
Contrary to the home affairs ministry’s declaration that the
‘The extent of preventable loss of life and human suffering at international borders remains alarming’ – UN
The “regrettable trend” of the legitimisation of push-back practices
The businessmen and hangers-on behind Muscat’s MFA presidency bid
A group of businessmen and former aides very close
Parliamentary committees only work as intended if MPs don’t seek to ‘delay’ or ‘obstruct’ – Gonzi
When asked to assess the importance of parliamentary committees
Third-party lease transfers sowing havoc in agricultural community
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. In yet another
St Julian’s mayor Albert Buttigieg on ‘fat cats’ and need for politics to return to ‘the common good’
Following public declarations about “fat cats” close to the
Malta of ‘particular concern’ in ongoing UK inquiry into illicit finance
An inquiry initiated by the UK’s Foreign Affairs Committee,
Gozo pool project already €4 million over budget
A long-awaited Olympic-size pool at the Gozo Sports Complex
Lands Minister fails to provide parliament with answers on Joseph Muscat’s Sa Maison office grab
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri, who is responsible for the
Selection of AFM Brigadier bogged down by bitter infighting over succession
Three weeks after former AFM Brigadier Jeffrey Curmi officially
Government spokesperson directory now excludes mobile numbers
Journalists attempting to question government ministers and hold them
Zammit Lewis failed to declare family relationship with former AG Peter Grech before hiring him
Former justice minister Edward Zammit Lewis failed to declare
Malta Tenant Support sounds alarm about forced evictions carried out with impunity
Following an incident in which a landlord was filmed
Controversial big developers behind move to push disgraced former PM Muscat for MFA presidency
The unexpected news that several Premier League football clubs
600 Air Malta employees to be dumped onto taxpayer’s payroll, as new company recruits outside workers
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana has confirmed The Shift’s revelations
Medical profession regulator complains about ‘too much work’ and ‘lack of payment’
The regulator of the medical profession in Malta, The
MMA chief Anthony Serracino Inglott forces prime minister’s hand, blocks any possibility of replacement
Anthony Serracino Inglott, the 78-year-old pharmacy professor who has
Conflicts of interest 101: crucial lessons for Malta’s oblivious politicians
The denials from Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo and Gozo

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