Lands Authority CEO admits to no enforcement unit in Gozo
The state of complete lawlessness in Gozo, particularly regarding
New UK register to shed light on dodgy money flows, including through Malta
The true owners of foreign companies that have properties
Tourism minister hides details of film commissioner’s spending spree
The Malta Film Commission is refusing to give taxpayers
Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools silent on recouping costs for rebuild of Msida Primary School
The Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools (FTS) has not responded
Enemalta board members say they were unaware of Castille meeting approving Electrogas bid
During another Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing about the
International Press Institute demands government ‘drop the FOI appeals’
The challenge mounted by the government to block Freedom
Marmara lands another €24,000 direct order for ‘research’
Labour’s survey guru Vince Marmara has landed a new
Widespread shock after death of Attorney General’s prosecutor
Shock is being expressed across the country after 43-year-old
Enforcement completely ignored at Xlendi’s Ta’ Karolina restaurant
Blatant illegalities being committed by the owner of a
Il-gvern fi sforz ġdid biex lil The Shift jirrovinaha bl-appelli FOI
You can read the article in English here Il-gvern
Government launches new attempt to cripple The Shift with FOI appeals
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn The government has
A €49 million misfire: AFM’s P71 vessel two years late, €13.9 million over budget
An offshore patrol vessel commissioned by the Armed Forces
Newest minister hires his brother’s wife
One of the first decisions made by Labour’s newest
How commercial interests gnawed away at your public space in Valletta
St John’s Square and Merchants Street in Valletta used
Planning Authority sanctions Joseph Portelli’s illegal ODZ pools in Qala
A planning application to sanction the illegal excavation of
Miriam Dalli’s electoral gimmick has cost taxpayers €152,000 so far
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli has spent €152,000 of taxpayers’
OPM shields Stagno Navarra as Air Malta employees’ anger reaches boiling point
The Office of the Prime Minister has strangely reversed
Health ministry issues 220 direct orders in six months, 32 for Technoline
The procurement office within the Health Ministry, the Central
The tenor and the Sopranos 
Here’s a placard from the French 2002 presidential election:
Ian Borg spending tens of thousands on personal photographer
Foreign Affairs Minister Ian Borg is spending tens of
Joseph Calleja concert drops free entrance but keeps government funds
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The latest open-air
Gozo minister’s cousin files development application for a ‘garage’ in pristine Ramla valley
The cousin of Gozo minister Clint Camilleri, Ronnie Camilleri,
Friends of PM’s contract for Għadira project cancelled
A half-million-euro public project that was to extend Mellieħa’s
Police commissioner buys detached villa with pool for €885,000
Police commissioner Angelo Gafa’ and his wife, police inspector
On anniversary of public inquiry report, 9 international organisations insist ‘implementation remains crucial’
Nine leading international press freedom organisations said on the
Malta Enterprise: Labour TV reporter now chief officer, his girlfriend made consultant
A former reporter on Labour’s ONE TV, Anthony David
PN demands finance minister fulfill agreement with Air Malta employees
The Nationalist Party has called on the government to
Report calls for implementation of public inquiry recommendations ‘without delay’
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation and ARTICLE 19 Europe
PM manoeuvre to get IVF bill enacted is a page out of his father’s playbook
The controversial IVF law was signed yesterday by Acting

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