Education Minister Clifton Grima’s canvasser: a sports official suspended over a death threat
Clifton Grima, who has just been appointed minister of
Judge Mintoff’s agricultural leases ruling may be ‘ripe for an embarrassing appeal’
The judgement delivered by Judge Lawrence Mintoff in the
‘Filtering system’ for asylum seekers is ‘broken’, insider warns
The system through which asylum seekers’ applications are processed
Reports that mattered (and largely ignored) in ’21
One of the government’s favourite platitudes in 2021 was
‘Why is Caruana contesting powers she voted for?’
Independent political candidate Arnold Cassola, who was one of
Schembri, Mizzi travel ban sends ‘strong signal’ in ‘fight against corruption’ – US Embassy
In comments made following the announcement of a US
It should have been the other way around, Owen
If an apology must come with a caveat, then
NAO slams ‘opaquely concealed’ VGH negotiations and ‘inconsistent’ testimonies
“The general opacity that characterised the negotiation process limited
PM cancelled Bogdanovic contract in knee-jerk reaction to contain media ‘hype’ – Justyne Caruana
Education Minister Justyne Caruana, who has refused to step
Court upholds prohibitory injunction against permanent secretary for education, MCAST
The court has upheld a prohibitory injunction against a
The Speaker to the rescue
If by some unexpected turn of events, the House
Our commitment to transparency: financial statement for 2020
We retain our commitment to transparency as a community-funded
Standards committee publishes report on Justyne Caruana’s ‘abuse of power’
The parliamentary committee tasked with monitoring ethical breaches committed
Zammit Clapp may get new management after Zaren Vassallo’s company loses out to new entrant
State-owned residence for the elderly Zammit Clapp Hospital in
‘You should be ashamed’ – Gozo land grab residents stage protest in front of Curia
A group of Gozitans, supported by activists, staged a
‘The more I was attacked for my journalism, the more resolute I became’ – Nobel Peace Prize laureate
The work of two investigative journalists, Maria Ressa from
Din L-Art Helwa Gozo welcomes refusal of development application in Gharb
Gozo residents breathed a sigh of relief following the
UK High Court rules Julian Assange can be extradited to the US – NGOs condemn decision
The UK High Court today ruled that Wikileaks founder
AUM fails quality assurance audit but gets licence extension anyway
The American University of Malta (AUM) has failed an
24 journalists killed, 293 journalists currently in prison in 2021 – CPJ
In its annual prison census, the Committee to Protect
Joseph Muscat’s ‘technicality’: How his latest no-show in court builds on a pattern
If a politician has initiated libel proceedings, is it
Objections mount against Joseph Portelli’s ODZ swimming pool in Gozo development project
Xagħra’s local council and six eNGOs have filed objections
Court records law under spotlight of six international press freedom NGOs
Pressure continues to grow on the government to scrap
Speaker decides minister made a ‘mistake’ when withholding information on MGA direct orders
Speaker Anġlu Farrugia has ruled that the wrong information
Government is ‘either being incompetent or unwilling to listen’ – data law expert
The government is “either incompetent or unwilling to listen”
Steward’s ship has sunk
The government’s agreement with Steward Healthcare is so fraught
Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo picks individuals from his district to serve as ambassadors
Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo has nominated two of his
Conservationists propose EPRT decision review mechanism
A series of decisions by the Environment Planning Review
Public accounts committee chair decries lack of investigation into MTA sponsorships
Public accounts committee (PAC) chairman and opposition MP Beppe

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