Christian Borg jinsisti li lill-imħallfin għandu jipprovdilhom il-karozzi hu
This article is available in English Apparti li qed
PA slaps Buddha Bar in the making with illegal development stop order
A government-owned property in Little Armier that was to
Objection, Your Honour! ‘Your cars should be mine’, Christian Borg insists
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti He is facing charges
Il-Mafja f’Malta: mid-droga sal-gaming, mill-farms saż-żraben, f’temp ta’ 6 xhur
This article is available in English L-investigaturi Taljani ta’
Blundering Byron
The day after Malta police went on a rampage,
Mafia in Malta: from drugs and gaming to farms and shoes in six months
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Malta’s proximity to Italy,
Palazzo project paused as owners seek compromise on Villa Buleben
An application to turn a Palazzo in Żebbuġ into
Media reform: ‘No debate before public consultation’ – PN
The PN said no debate on the newly proposed
Council of Europe keeps the pressure up on Safi Detention Centre conditions
The Council of Europe is continuing to apply pressure
Justice minister U-turns on promised reform of court experts ‘racket’
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard has made a spectacular U-turn
Zaren Vassallo loses challenge to keep Zammit Clapp home for the elderly
The Vassallo Group, a pioneer in the provision of
Shakira’s tax evasion in Malta: Spanish prosecutors demand jail time, €24m fine
Spanish prosecutors are asking the Barcelona courts to sentence
Judges force prime minister to cancel cars tender slated for accused kidnapper
Pressure by several members of the judiciary, including senior
Lill-konsulent il-ġdida tiegħu Fearne jagħtiha pakkett finanzjarju ta’ €65,000
This article is available in English Minn tagħrif li
Il-ministru sieket hekk kif tikber is-sejħa biex il-pulizija jinvestigaw lil Infrastructure Malta
This article is available in English Il-ministru Aaron Farrugia,
Media reform: minister claims wide public consultation that never happened
Presenting the government’s long-awaited media reform emerging from the
Architects take association president to court after suspension of warrants
Several practising architects have filed lawsuits against Chamber of
Planning Authority bows to Musumeci and clears major illegalities at Aria club
The Planning Authority has decided to sanction major illegalities
Poacher who shot Flamingos convicted, efforts praised by Birdlife
BirdLife Malta has welcomed the jailing of a hunter
‘Il-Hutch’ ousted from sports agency after supporting Joseph Muscat for role in Premier League association
Jesmond Abela, better known as il-Hutch, has been ousted
Your Right to Know: The Shift, RSF and Daphne Foundation to debate FOI abuse
The Shift will be holding a public debate on
Minister silent as pressure mounts to call in police to investigate Infrastructure Malta
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The minister responsible for
Russian sanctions: Finland seizes billionaire ‘Maltese’ citizen’s assets
The Finnish authorities, acting on EU sanctions levied against
Charlon Gouder refuses to explain his role in importing Nepalese cheap labour
Charlon Gouder, a former Labour Party reporter turned lawyer,
Right to Know: FOI Tribunal decides another seven cases in The Shift’s favour
The government has been dealt seven more blows in
Passengers left stranded as Ponte cancels trip with them already aboard
Hundreds of passengers were left stranded on Independence Day
Wirt Għawdex, local council rail against WSC plans to pump out coffee in Mgarr
Both the Għajnsielem Local Council and NGO Wirt Għawdex
Repubblika to take Magistrate Nadine Lia complaint to Commission for the Administration of Justice
Civil society activist group Repubblika will be submitting a
Gozitan farmer wants to turn pristine landscape into mega sheep farm
A Gozitan farmer known to be close to Gozo

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