Electricity substation proposed at Ghadira for spare capacity for future developments
Enemalta wants to develop a 96 square metre electricity
Trust in Malta police tackling corruption falls by 6 points
The percentage of Maltese who believe that the police
Government “perplexed” by Ombudsman concerns on internal grievances unit
The government said it “was a bit perplexed” by
Residential block in ODZ proposed in Gharghur
A new application has been presented to develop a
Two months since Daphne’s death
A mass was held today at Bidnija church organised
Travel agents refuse to pay €10,000 mandatory deposit to Insolvency Fund
Travel agencies are up in arms and refusing to
Deputy Prime Minister distances himself from hospital deal
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne distanced himself from the
Plans for Jerma site to host apartment complex and 13-storey hotel
The latest proposal being made by developer Charles Camilleri
Only 42 students enrol at Barts medical school in Gozo
The Barts Medical School in Gozo currently has 42
13 point increase in perception that tenders are rigged
The percentage of business who think that ‘corruption in
President says rule of law is ‘deterrent against autocracy’
Republic Day is seen as a bonus holiday in
New government unit ‘for guaranteed votes’
The intention behind the setting up of a permanent
€50,000 enough to offset impact of ODZ petrol station in Marsaskala
A one-time payment of €50,000 is being proposed as
Government offers ‘one stop shop’ for public officer complaints, Ombudsman concerned
The announcement that the government will be setting up
Art Deco cinema set to make room for block of apartments
The lido cinema in Birżebbuġa is set to make
Activists pressure minister on dismissals of key officials in Panama Papers investigations
Civil Society Network (CSN) has called on Finance Minister
Government official attempts to discredit Russian whistleblower ahead of MEP talks
Neville Gafà who was given a job at the
Soldiers patrolling streets ‘not good news for democracy’
The army should not be deployed daily in support
Daphne Caruana Galizia investigation in breach of human rights, international lawyers warn
International lawyers at Doughty Street Chambers have advised Daphne
Russian whistleblower to talk to MEPs investigating rule of law in Malta
The Russian whistleblower at the heart of the Egrant
New port, airport and roads loom on Gozo
Vague plans for a new road linking Mġarr to
IT experts warn that facial recognition CCTV has no basis in law
Authorities are set to introduce facial recognition software in
Finance Minister mum on dismissal of Jonathan Ferris
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna is refusing to clarify whether
Planning Board against ODZ petrol station but vote not final
The Planning Board today voted against granting a permit
Volunteer of the Year in the Bahamas
The Prime Minister’s wife Michelle Muscat, who was named
Rejected ODZ petrol station to be reconsidered
The Planning Board will tomorrow reconsider a permit for
‘Eliminate him’: MEP David Casa targeted for abuse
In a string of insults hurled at Nationalist Party
Plans to transplant Selmun hill trees “bollocks”
Alan Deidun, a biologist and board member in the
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family reacts to arrests
The full statement issued by the family of slain
Known Maltese criminals arrested in connection with Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination
Ten Maltese nationals have been arrested in a number

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