Carmelo Abela fails to answer questions about PBS bankruptcy, claims of state-control
Minister Carmelo Abela has failed to respond to questions from
Former and current MPs milked OPM for ‘legal services’ worth €426,000 since 2017
A parliamentary question published on Wednesday revealed that the
Court unfreezes Evarist Bartolo canvasser’s ‘corruption’ block, despite ongoing criminal case
In a rare and ‘surprising’ decision, Magistrate Donatella Frendo
Lands Authority silent on monopolisation of Armier beach clubs by one operator
Signature Entertainment Group, recently mentioned in news reports relating
Tunnels maintenance project also goes to… Construct Furniture shareholders
The private consortium which was awarded a multi-million contract
Ponte Ferries’ Augusta service finally begins, but port permits didn’t cause the delay
Ponte Ferries – a new fast-ferry service connecting Malta
Joseph Portelli asks Planning Authority to sanction illegal excavation works in Qala
In the latest twist in a long-running saga, Gozitan
Corinthia Hal-Ferh deal under scrutiny over potential illegal state aid
National and EU authorities are looking into the potential
Sister of PM’s wife appointed to four different government boards since 2013
Alison Zerafa Civelli, the sister of the prime minister’s
Crisis looming as government’s electricity tariffs lock coming to an end
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli is refusing to say whether
Labour Party Secretary’s cousin awarded €722,994 in government contracts since 2013
Wilson Mifsud, the cousin of Labour Party Secretary William
Government ministry staff numbers jumped 14.6% in 2021, swelling total to almost 34,000
The number of employees in government ministries and departments
Minister refuses to divulge names of developers receiving €4 million from Malta Enterprise
The government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment
Moonlighting MCAST Principal paid two government salaries, taking home €117k a year
The Principal of MCAST, James Calleja, was given a
Police investigation into MCAST ‘jobs for votes’ scandal still ongoing
The police have still not concluded criminal investigations into
Concert contractors left unpaid as €500,000 MTA sponsorship vanishes
Seven Maltese companies, including Public Broadcasting Services, have been
Construct Furniture shareholders awarded millions in government contracts since 2013
Construct Furniture, the company currently facing court proceedings over
OPM says it has ‘no documents’ on €120,000 golden handshake to Joseph Muscat
The Office of the Prime Minister is insisting that
Four bids submitted for Marsascala marina deal, as process proceeds in defiance of public outrage
Four bidders, including two consortia, have formally submitted their
UK stalls on consent for Manuel Mallia to take up diplomatic post
Updated to include response from the British High Commission
Trillion-dollar hedge fund administrator Citco among 21 finance firms to surrender licences since early September
Citco, an international hedge fund administrator  which oversees around