Mabel Strickland’s heir says Allied Group must recover millions lost to graft
The ‘sole heir’ of Mabel Strickland, her nephew Robert
Moviment Graffitti enters second week of actions in Dingli
Activist group Moviment Graffitti said it “has no intention
Keith Schembri’s day of reckoning
The hearing in the compilation of evidence against 11
Representatives of financial services firm Zenith (formerly MFSP) face money laundering charges
Lorraine Falzon and Matthew Pace from Zenith (formerly MFSP),
Nexia BT in the dock
The first hearing in a compilation of evidence against
In depth: Whistleblower in Giovanna Debono case pocketed over €1m
Until 2013, former Gozo Minister Giovanna Debono was considered
What chance that Keith Schembri will be home this weekend?
After being remanded in custody upon arraignment last Saturday,
Using Malta as a showcase, Socar Trading is pitching LNG projects in other countries
Being part of one of Malta’s highly controversial energy
‘Gaffarena scandal scarred Lands Authority top executives’, new Chair admits
Parliament’s public appointments committee has unanimously approved the appointment
EXCLUSIVE: Keith Schembri to remain in prison until Thursday, at least
Keith Schembri, the former chief of staff at the
Hitman reveals details about those accused of supplying the bomb that killed Daphne
In his testimony on Monday, hitman Vince Muscat gave
Anton Refalo dishes out €3.6 million in direct orders in first year in office
Veteran Labour Minister Anton Refalo has gone into overdrive
Keith Schembri’s disinformation
There was already a lot to unpack in Keith
UPDATED: Keith Schembri charged, magistrate denies bail request
Magistrate Charmaine Galea has denied bail requests from disgraced
Melvin Theuma finally testifies on much-anticipated ‘hidden’ recordings
A conversation in which self-confessed middleman turned State witness
Keith Schembri in last minute legal attempt to stall criminal procedures against him
Keith Schembri, the former Chief of Staff of disgraced
Keith Schembri confirms that he is to be charged
In a lengthy post on social media, former OPM
Defending our rights
Would anyone be comfortable with a government-appointed public authority
Amid controversy, €3.4 million tender to Bonnici Brothers gets published
Civil engineering and road-building company, Bonnici Brothers was awarded
Minister Ian Borg completes ODZ pool despite ongoing appeal
Transport Minister Ian Borg who was responsible for the
Degiorgio brothers defy court order, accused of stretching out proceedings
A court sitting on Wednesday ended abruptly as the
Our rights are at stake
The main difficulty with Bill 198 of 2021, a
‘No one believes that no politician is involved in Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder’
“No one believes Prime Minister Robert Abela when he
Hitmen did things differently after attempt to kill journalist in 2015 fell through
A separate, 2015 plot to assassinate journalist Daphne Caruana
Doctors reveal ‘dire’ situation at Mater Dei
Doctors at Mater Dei have been warned of a