Do polls produce self-fulfilling prophecies?
As the electoral campaign comes to the end of
Independent newspapers open floodgates to payments from political parties
Malta’s two most popular independent newspapers have opened up
Four months and counting for Silvio Schembri’s €31 million extravagance
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri is still finding it difficult
Another €640,000 in direct orders to Labour election organisers
Four companies that provide logistics and organisational support to
New primary school without compliance certificate after two years
A new primary school inaugurated by Prime Minister Robert
Zonqor AUM swap is ploy to save failed project
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s announcement that the government will
Responsible Gaming funds diverted to Silvio Schembri’s electioneering campaign
Tens of thousands of euro in public funds earmarked
Big Bank shares nosedive
Investors in Malta’s two largest banks have suffered unprecedented
Government proposals ‘more concerned with regulating, than enabling media’
The government’s press freedom proposals have “a long way
As Suisse Secrets scandal breaks, Labour’s election poster girl trumpets new role at Credit Suisse
In yet another seismic development in international finance and
‘A strong democracy needs a strong press’: Tributes to Ján Kuciak mark four years since assassination
Political leaders, journalists and press freedom organisations on Monday
Magistrate Joe Mifsud’s ruling on Cittadella ditch damages thrown out
A blunder by Magistrate Joe Mifsud will lead to
Former FTS chair slams Justyne Caruana
Michael Sant, the former chairman of the Foundation for
Court agency breaches law, refuses to give details on court experts
The Court Services Agency is blocking information on the
Army veteran tells his story: AFM ‘from bad to worse’
Anthony Grech is a soft-spoken man whose sense of
The two faces of the government’s attitude towards media freedom
You’d be forgiven for thinking that something, somewhere, got
Twisting tales and spinning narratives: Joseph Muscat is (kind of) back
When Joseph Muscat was prime minister, he regularly turned
PEN Malta latest press freedom group to support The Shift’s fight for public information
Freedom of Expression advocacy group PEN Malta are the
€33.5m landscaping contract changes hands
Malta’s first ever public private partnership, established in 1992
UPDATED: FTS employees feel short-changed by GWU
Government employees at the Foundation for Tomorrow Schools (FTS),
Media and gaming conglomerate set to leave Malta, cites FATF greylisting
Media and Games Invest SE (MGI), a media and
Finance Minister mum on attempt to put Stagno Navarra on government payroll… permanently
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana is refusing to state whether
Excavation works ordered to halt on complex featuring 200 apartments near Ghar il-Friefet
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) issued orders to
€3 million in passport funds diverted to parliamentary secretary’s district
Proceeds from the notorious cash for passports scheme are
BOV stops fixed term accounts
BOV clients who have been banking with Malta’s largest
Conflicting narratives about the Steward hospital deal raise more questions than answers
Steward Healthcare has long been trying to get the

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