Journalists express dissatisfaction with ‘box-ticking, opaque’ media reform
Journalists and civil society members are unhappy with the
It is so transparent that it can’t be seen
On 28 September, the United Nations and other international
Malta’s hunting policies ‘wasting’ European conservation efforts – BirdLife
Malta’s hunting policies are “wasting” Europe’s “intense conservation efforts”
‘Tell the truth, not Castille’s propaganda’ Repubblika tells public broadcaster
“Malta deserves a national broadcaster that tells the truth,
Labour Party president joined ITS CEO on free Mediterranean cruise
Former Labour Party One TV host and current President
European Commission chief set to tour ‘patched up’, unfinished, EU funded school
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is set
FIAU fines unconstitutional, court rules for fifth time
The constitutional jurisdiction of the civil court has ruled
National Pool access a ‘free for all’ as security procedures ignored
Access to the National Pool Complex in Msida is
BOV terminates relationship with alleged kidnapper, closes all his accounts
Christian Borg, the owner of No Deposit Cars and
Wasteserv paying €2 million a month for outsourced workforce, including One TV journalist
The government’s waste management agency – Wasteserv – is
Malta a ‘haven’ for financial crime as state, police and judiciary ‘vulnerable’
Malta is a destination and transit country for human
Search for new Gozo court site renewed as decade-old promise remains unkept
Plans for a new state-of-the-art courthouse in Gozo, promised
Chamber wants budget to tackle change towards sustainable economic model
The Malta Chamber – Malta’s largest representative body of
Food price markups continue to top charts despite slowed inflation
The National Statistics Office confirmed that food prices remain
Miriam Dalli dishes out €140,000 to Christmas village suppliers without tender
Some €140,000 were given to handpicked suppliers, circumventing a
Uber warns of layoffs, price hikes ahead of EU Platform Work Directive
Ride-hailing platform Uber has warned that it will increase
EXCLUSIVE: Nurses’ union boss let ‘off the hook’ despite abuse findings
Senior public officials are concerned over how the government’s
BCA did not provide documents for KTP investigation, Polidano files judicial protest
The Building and Construction Authority has refuted claims of
Lands Authority in the dark on Sofia collapse site transfer, delays unquestioned by state ‘administrator’
Construction at the Corradino site where Jean Paul Sofia
Activists issue recommendations for preservation of Sikka l-Bajda reef
Environmental activists have called for an end to the
Why Robert Abela fears the truth
Why is Robert Abela always hiding the truth? Why
PAMA ‘garden’, underground extension ‘impossible’ unless rules change
An attempt to turn a large tract of ODZ
Data Commissioner orders government to publish EuroPride costs
Parliamentary Secretary Rebecca Buttigieg has been issued an enforcement
Film Commission studies contradict themselves as filmmakers lament ‘lack of transparency’
Big differences in the reported findings of two unpublished
Editorial: Injudicious judicial picnics
News that judges and magistrates attended an event hosted
Prime Minister finally gets his way in the latest judiciary appointments
The latest selection of the Judicial Appointments Committee, including
Former minister’s daughter reappointed Commissioner for Justice
The youngest daughter of former Justice Minister Jose’ Herrera,
ERA, Local Council, NGOs oppose Għajnsielem ODZ flats and retail centre
The Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has labelled an
It’s a goat farm with no goats, but a ‘store’ that’s a countryside residence
One of the two men accused of causing the
Conflicting roles at industrial park agency stopped
Keith Fenech, the CEO of the private-public partnership agency

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