Schembri’s assets frozen by court order
The court has ordered the freezing of assets of
Joseph Portelli behind three large developments set to ‘change the character of Xlendi forever’
Property magnate Joseph Portelli and his associates are behind
Binance being sued for ‘aiding and abetting’ laundering of stolen funds
Binance, the crypto-trading giant which was welcomed with open
Health Ministry’s response to journalist ‘a threat to press freedom’
The Health Ministry’s response to a Maltese journalist, in
Charmaine Gauci among medical experts critical of ‘open for business attitude’ during pandemic
A paper published in an international medical journal has
‘I did everything in my power’ – Owen Bonnici tells public inquiry
Owen Bonnici, the Minister who shot down a Private
Migration, rule of law and equality among European Commission priorities
On 16 September, President of the European Commission Ursula
A feast of Labour Party appointments to citizenship and visa boards
Individuals close to the Labour Party and the government
Disciplinary measures at Corradino prison in possible breach of UN rules
The disciplinary measures implemented by Alex Dalli, CEO of
EXCLUSIVE: Chamber of Advocates ‘perplexed’ by appointment of Victoria Buttigieg as Attorney General
The Chamber of Advocates is “perplexed” at the appointment
‘The public inquiry will go on till the end,’ protesters tell Prime Minister
“The inquiry will go on till the end” and
Emails show how government choreographed media coverage for arrival of Electrogas tanker
Email exchanges seen by The Shift show how communications
Ferry service providers at war over latest call for lucrative 15-year concession
The latest government attempt to award an exclusive concession
Race against time to please Moneyval
Weeks before a crucial and possible devastating decision which
A step closer to an ‘EU Magnitsky Act’
Individuals who committed crimes against humanity, genocide and torture
Special rapporteur urges AG to take ‘effective action’ on inquiries
Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has urged
Opposition calls out Prime Minister’s silence on €40 million to Electrogas
The Opposition has called out the silence of the
Armenian founders of company fined €700,000 acquired Maltese passports
The founders of Vivaro Ltd, the gaming company that
3,500 tuna held in cages illegally for a year finally released
The 3,500 tuna held in two massive cages affixed
Call for ferry services concession suspended again following claims of ‘serious illegalities’
Transport Malta has again been constrained to put on
Louis Grech denies links with Brian Tonna under oath, despite former business ties
Former Deputy Prime Minister Louis Grech on Friday denied
Health Ministry wants apology from journalist or no further replies given
A journalist who wanted to request an interview with
Former Polidano Group CEO made head of free medicines scheme, no public call
Updated to include comments from the President of the
UK Law firm that ‘harassed’ Daphne Caruana Galizia is under investigation
A UK based law firm which had “harassed” murdered
Trouble with the truth
Every time new findings are exposed and the authorities
Lawrence Cutajar says new Attorney General had advised keeping Silvio Valletta on murder case
Updated to include further testimony by former Police Commissioner
OPM won’t say what benefits Joseph Muscat is receiving since resignation
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) is refusing