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Protesters gathered in Valletta on Friday evening to demand
The two faces of the government’s attitude towards media freedom
You’d be forgiven for thinking that something, somewhere, got
Minister has protected national heritage at home, refuses to explain
A protected early 19th century stone marker is adorning
Girlfriend surprises Minister Bartolo with birthday bash at tourism ministry… when she’s supposed to be working in Gozo
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo, already under intense pressure to
Twisting tales and spinning narratives: Joseph Muscat is (kind of) back
When Joseph Muscat was prime minister, he regularly turned
EXCLUSIVE: Konrad Mizzi’s friend put on €600 a day contract, one week after general elections
One week after disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi took
€33.5m landscaping contract changes hands
Malta’s first ever public private partnership, established in 1992
The only former prime minister to use public property as office was… Dom Mintoff
Contrary to what former prime minister Joseph Muscat said
Gozo architect Alex Bigeni on livestock farm development spree
Architect Alex Bigeni, whose name is regularly associated with
PA thwarts hotel height policy to accommodate De Cesare Paceville development
The Eden Leisure Group, owned by Ian and Kevin
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Government employees at the Foundation for Tomorrow Schools (FTS),
Finance Minister mum on attempt to put Stagno Navarra on government payroll… permanently
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana is refusing to state whether
Konrad Mizzi’s preferred consultancy firm misses a Beat
Beat Ltd, a boutique management consultancy firm that was
Fearne’s son gets accelerated promotion
Julian Fearne, 28, the son of Deputy Prime Minister
Roberta Metsola pays tribute to Daphne Caruana Galizia on first visit as EP President
Newly-appointed President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola, on
Excavation works ordered to halt on complex featuring 200 apartments near Ghar il-Friefet
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) issued orders to
€3 million in passport funds diverted to parliamentary secretary’s district
Proceeds from the notorious cash for passports scheme are
Treasury issues €252,000 in direct orders to former Nexia BT partner
Anita Aloisio, until 2017 was one of four partners
Konrad Mizzi mum on how he met Yorgen Fenech
Disgraced former energy minister Konrad Mizzi did not provide
Conflicting narratives about the Steward hospital deal raise more questions than answers
Steward Healthcare has long been trying to get the
Soldier fast-tracked to senior rank now leads Identity Malta despite controversy
Mark Mallia – President George Abela’s right-hand man at
Taxes: two weights, two measures
With a general election looming, the government has yet
Central Bank governor shielding minister’s girlfriend
The Governor of the Central Bank, former finance minister
Press freedom groups urge government bodies to drop appeals in The Shift’s fight for public information
Seven international media freedom organisations are urging the 30
Encroachment fees total €9.5 million since 2013
A total of €9.4 million was generated from fees
UK court orders forfeiture of £5.6 million laundered through Azerbaijan laundromat
A UK court ordered on 31 January the seizure
Probes into Kulhadd partisan supplement requested following The Shift’s report
Following a report by The Shift, Civil society NGO
Malta-based gaming operator fined £3.8 million over money laundering breaches in the UK
Malta-based Genesis Global Ltd has been fined £3.8 million

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