Labour pollster Vince Marmara gets three new government direct orders
Labour pollster Vince Marmara has been handed three new
Better transparency and accountability in political advertising in new EU rules
New advertising rules adopted by the European Parliament on
EU Parliament approves ‘Daphne’s Law’ to protect journalists
The European Parliament has given its final approval for
Calls for transparency in Steward’s US financials mirror those in Malta
Steward Health Care is facing calls for transparency from
Private entities benefitting from taxpayer-funded Community Workers Scheme
Out of 1,100 unemployed participants in the Community Workers
Report: Malta’s influence in the European Parliament considerable despite delegation size
Despite having the smallest number of representatives in the
Malta conspicuous in absence from Paris summit on Ukraine
Twenty European Union heads of state are set to
Evans Building concession winner admits mistake, claims insignificance
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Valletta Luxury Projects (VLP)
‘Unacceptable’ lack of FIAU law updates despite millions in cancelled fines
The government remains unwilling to update legislation governing how
Former director of Binance, company fined billions in US, living it up in Malta
Updated to include a right of reply by Alexandre
Environment Authority’s backyard garden works breach its own plans
The Environment and Resources Authority has failed to adhere
€11 million spent outfitting MBR Zejtun offices on top of €26 million lease
The Economy Ministry has spent more than €11 million
Opinion: Leave her in peace
Should a three-year-old girl severely traumatised by war be
Planning Authority paves way for Enemalta’s rushed power plant
The Planning Authority is set to adopt amendments to
NGO invites Gozo Ministry back to table over controversial Marsalforn road project
Din L-Art Ħelwa Għawdex has called out the Gozo
Disgraced former education Perm Sec made CEO of new fish farms agency
Former Education Ministry Permanent Secretary Frank Fabri, who in
PBS Chair Mark Sammut blocks information on newsroom appointments
PBS has refused to make public information on a
Minister announces fifth date for opening of Gozo sports centre
The Gozo Ministry has announced that the new multi-million
Ninth FIAU fine thrown out in another constitutional court challenge
The courts have ruled against the Financial Intelligence Analysis
Assange’s ordeal continues as UK court delays verdict
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Julian Assange will have to
Ex-Frontex chief’s swing right casts light on Maltese ‘socialists’ migration policies
Fabrice Leggeri, the former head of the European Union’s
Confusion as Dalli contradicts Enemalta boss over €46 million power plant
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The chaos at Enemalta is
‘The timing is suspicious’ – NGOs question Armier ‘cleanup’
Works carried out using heavy machinery at Armier Beach
Government to cover €750,000 for Paola Square defects
Government roads agency Infrastructure Malta will pay €750,000 to
€130,000 spent on marketing Stabbiltà scheme, government shy on details
The government has spent some €130,000 to promote the
Saviour Balzan got direct order to market Film Commissioner Johann Grech
Saviour Balzan, the co-owner of Malta Today and presenter
Majority of government’s 260 leased properties rented since 2018
The vast majority of private properties being leased out
Spanish lawyer paid €111,000 to defend Malta’s EU bird trapping case
The government has hired a top Spanish lawyer, who
Owner of steel fabrication business now another sheep farmer in Gozo
The owner of a Gozitan steel fabrication business is

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