PM keeps tight lid on secretly-boosted golden handshakes to his cabinet
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refused to give taxpayers
Standards commissioner asked to investigate freebies handed out by government MPs
Independent politician Arnold Cassola has called upon the standards
Keeping things in check #3
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his “best in the
GWU faces competition for €113 million tender as rival bid is cheaper
The General Workers Union (GWU), the traditional political partner
Governments urged to support independent media to avoid ‘extinction event’
Independent journalism is facing a possible “extinction event” due
Abela hands administration of passports cash fund to known PL cronies
The government agency tasked with managing more than half
The sixteenth of every month
Wednesday marked 44 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was
PAC hearing highlights unexplained pay-out arrangements between Electrogas shareholders
The public accounts committee today slammed witness Paul Apap
From humble garages to lawless fiefdoms: Ghaxaq’s concrete belt exposed
Updated to include answers from the Planning Authority. An
Malta is EU laggard in COVID digital certification process
Malta is one of only three EU member states
More promises at international level that government will protect journalists, end impunity
The government has adopted multiple Council of Europe (CoE)
Jason Micallef’s foreign interference
President George Vella called for an end to politically
Tribunal turns down Marsascala pool appeal, in line with secret deal reached in Castille 
The Environment and Planning Review Tribunal today rejected a
‘Huge relief’ for family of Jan Kuciak as court overturns acquittals for journalist’s murder
Following the news that Slovakia’s Supreme Court overturned the
The caravans saga continues: police officers increase regular patrols at Mistra Bay
Authorities have stepped up enforcement efforts in Mistra Bay
Repubblika launches proposals for ‘fair, free elections’
Civil society NGO Repubblika launched a document containing a
65 % in Malta think corruption in government is a big problem – survey
Two-thirds of Maltese people think that government corruption is
PA decides on Tuesday on Marsascala pool project planned in secret negotiations
The Environment and Planning Review Tribunal will decide on
Police tell restaurant owner ‘no space’ for abandoned vehicles despite new law
The owner of a restaurant situated in Mistra Bay
Zammit Tabonas nab Mtarfa hospital after tender goes to daughter of former Fortina chief
The former military hospital at Mtarfa, leased out by
Muscat changed terminal benefits systems twice while PM, resulting in higher payments for himself
Former prime minister Joseph Muscat changed the policy of
EXCLUSIVE: Muscat paid €120,000 in secret golden handshake
Maltese taxpayers have been billed a hefty €120,000 to
Manifesto magic
Every time Minister Carmelo Abela needs people to focus
Small events to be allowed from 5 July but organisers slam lead-up as ‘discriminatory’
As event organisers across Malta complain of “unfair” and
FIAU spends €63,000 (so far) on paid media content to promote positive image  
During the highly-anticipated assessment by Moneyval, the anti-money laundering
Malta receives a whole raft of warnings from the European Commission
As international media organisations welcomed action by the European
Tarnished gold
Finally, after far too many long years, the European