Against the odds, boatmen seek to protect a dying tradition
Ivan Agius, a traditional boatman (barklor) from Bormla, hopes
Licari remains on indefinite contract as MFSA dismisses taking remedial action
The Malta Financial Services Authority will not be taking
Malta will be ‘a cause of extinction’ for the vulnerable Turtle Dove – BirdLife
The vulnerable Turtle Dove is still being illegally hunted
Labour covers up for Yorgen Fenech – Kevin Cassar
Labour has been battling to conceal how former assistant
Il-proġett ta’ triq f’Għawdex jogħla bil-miljuni waqt li hemm dubju dwar xogħol privat fil-viċin
This article is available in English Sar ammont konsiderevoli ta’
Labour spokesman, former PS and a minister added to Abela’s payroll
Active Ageing Minister Jo Etienne Abela, the newest member
New plans for 18th century protected Zebbug palazzo raise eyebrows further
The Superintendence of Cultural Heritage, the Environment and Resources
Police seen applying two weights and two measures for security guard licences
More people have come forward to highlight the police
Gaddafi’s brother-in-law stole money for Sierra Leone ferry, stashed it in Malta
A brother-in-law of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi siphoned
Former Identity Malta boss selling passports with Charlon Gouder
Former Identity Malta Chairman Joe Vella Bonnici is now
Lands Minister blocks information on controversial Mellieha land grab
Lands Minister Silvio Schembri is refusing to publish information
Labour reporter put on Wasteserv’s payroll as lawyer without warrant
CEO Richard Bilocca refuses to explain how he engaged
Cannabis boss paid over €90,000, spent €44,000 on a three-hour conference
The newly appointed regulator promoting the responsible use of
Gozo road project costs soar by millions as nearby private work questioned
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti A considerable amount of development
Status unknown: Rosianne Cutajar tax probe ‘covered by official secrecy’
Commissioner for Revenue Joseph Caruana said the current status
Propaganda propping up a party
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s government survives scandal after scandal.
State Advocate defends Labour’s robbery
The Labour Party has been occupying a beautiful three-storey
Justice Minister hired Muscat’s spin doctor as media law fallout grew
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard engaged one of disgraced former
The MFSA’s three-year Vegas cover-up
It was a pleasant surprise when The Shift received
Maltese gaming companies accused of targeting millions of African youths
The host of online gaming companies based in Malta
Chamber of Advocates threatens ‘all steps necessary’ on Azzopardi poster
The Chamber of Advocates this morning demanded No Deposit
Standards Commissioner declines to investigate again and ‘buries the report’
The new Commissioner for Standards in Public Life, Joseph
No connection to Steward’s Malta fiasco, MPT insist as it sues short-sellers Viceroy
American company Medical Properties Trust has instituted a lawsuit
EU Commissioner says spring hunting season reverses ‘collective efforts’
European Environment Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius condemned Malta’s decision to
Plans for cruise liner terminal will leave traditional boats without landing site
Protesters gathered in some 15 boats to take a
Court cancels MDA secretary general’s Zammit Clapp contract
The court has struck down a €12 million contract
Four years since Lassana Cisse’s murder, 44 NGOs slam ‘slow wheels of justice’
Four years have passed since Lassana Cisse, a 42-year-old
Cuschieri bent and broke the rules to bring Licari to the MFSA
The board of inquiry investigating how Malta Financial Services
MDA fails to submit accounts while claiming ENGO financial malpractice
The Malta Developers Association, headed by Michael Stivala, has
A Faustian bargain – Joe Azzopardi
Just before the PL leadership election in 2019, Robert

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