Where’s the economic benefit from funding foreign films, Opposition asks
The tens of millions of euros the government is
Omtzigt urges CoE to ‘take action’ with Malta on inquiry recommendations
Pieter Omtzigt, the Dutch MP who led the Council
Marsascala residents call on PM for permanent protection against marina
The Marsascala Residents Network (MRN) has called on the
MGA lifts one licence suspension so far after flurry of regulatory action
The Malta Gaming Authority has lifted one of the
Standards Commissioner won’t name others using official cars abusively
Commissioner for Standards in Public Life Joe Azzopardi will
Din l-Art Ħelwa in appeal to increase its planning objections and appeals
Din l-Art Ħelwa is appealing for funds to increase
Daughter of Ian Borg’s chief canvasser put on Michael Falzon’s payroll
Adreana Zammit, the young and relatively inexperienced lawyer and
Cardinal Mario Grech’s plaque marking his own baptism has no permit
A marble plaque commemorating the baptism of Gozitan Cardinal
Malta-based online casino finds innovative way to skirt Finnish law
A Malta-based online casino has found an innovative way
Government U-turn on Malta-licensed gambling companies due to pressure
The Malta Gaming Authority is seeking legal advice on
First sessions of Sofia public inquiry confirm industry unknown to regulators
Friday saw the conclusion of the third session of
Maltese language centre law had to be ‘reviewed and published immediately’
The debacle of a legal notice and legislation related
German church asylum to prevent Syrian’s deportation to Malta successful
A drama unfolded in the German city of Darmstadt
Centre of the Maltese Language Act was so rushed that it’s invalid
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici appears to have been in
Objections to extensive Għajnsielem development ‘sprawl into ODZ’
An application for an 18-unit residential apartment block, pool,
Standards Commissioner calls for ‘prudence’ in use of ministerial cars
Commissioner for Standards in Public Life Joseph Azzopardi has
Medicine shortages continue to force ‘sub-optimal’ treatments for patients
The shortage of medications listed in the government formulary
70th vigil held in Caruana Galizia’s remembrance, first since mother’s death
A vigil for truth and justice in remembrance of
Spanish, German police bust complex ‘VIP’ human smuggling ring
The Spanish National Police and German Federal Police have
US Treasury leveraging more resources to detect tax evaders in Malta schemes
The US Treasury and IRS are to leverage more
Backdated commencement notice for surprise Centre of the Maltese Language
The legislation creating the new Centre of the Maltese
Malta link in corruption probe of former Lebanese central bank governor
International investigators are looking at suspect investments in Malta
Apartment block proposed by Portelli’s associates on former Mqabba ODZ land
An apartment block of 43 residential units and 42
Armenia in diplomatic plea with Malta for action on Azerbaijan blockade crisis
Armenian Foreign Affairs Minister Ararat Mirzoyan last Thursday made
Jimmy Lai’s protest conviction only partially overturned
On Monday, Jimmy Lai and six other pro-democracy activists
‘Extreme urgency’ as government ‘inundated’ by Mater Dei requests for beds for the elderly
The Active Ageing and Community Care Ministry is facing
Permanent Secretary’s Gozitan getaway full-up for Santa Marija
A private business venture set up by Ronald Mizzi,
Transport Malta’s Ta’ Xbiex restaurant earmarked for Prime Minister’s friends
Transport Malta is keeping tight-lipped about why it will
Transport Malta driving test whistleblower willing to testify – Cassola
Independent politician Arnold Cassola on Saturday said he has
Prime Minister silent on Lands Minister’s latest conflict of interest
Prime Minister Robert Abela is yet to pronounce himself

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