Malta risks losing €5 million EU funds for ‘unbuilt’ migrant centre, PM to detain migrants offshore
The government’s delay in building a €7 million migrant
Acquittal of man accused of journalist Jan Kuciak’s murder results in shock
International press freedom organisations have expressed shock at the
Hubert Saliba, mayor and minister’s aide, denies seeking discounts for daughter’s therapy
Embattled Xewkija mayor and Gozo Ministerial aide Hubert Saliba
Government officials in public inquiry ‘keen on passing the buck’ – former Chief Justice
Government officials appearing before the public inquiry board looking
Yorgen Fenech to remain behind bars
The court has denied suspected mastermind of journalist Daphne
Mario Cutajar refuses to explain why he lied about Muscat’s resignation letter
Mario Cutajar, head of the civil service, is refusing
Joseph Muscat advisers dominate board supervising €400m gas pipeline project
Individuals closely connected to disgraced former Prime Minister Joseph
EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister to spend €1m a month to detain migrants on ship
The government will be paying €33,500 a day, or
Calls for Hungarian minister to resign after vacation on business tycoon’s Malta-owned yacht
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has rejected calls to
Finance Ministry Chief distances himself from Electrogas decisions
The permanent secretary of the Finance Ministry, Alfred Camilleri,
MTA’s Lionel Gerada ‘cleans up’ his criminal record
Lionel Gerada, the former canvasser of Konrad Mizzi who
Fenech told police Keith Schembri hatched the plan for Daphne’s murder
Yorgen Fenech, the accused mastermind in the assassination of
No end in sight for coastal caravan saga
There’s no end in sight for the saga of
Gozo’s Labour feud spills into community cleaning
A feud among Labour protagonists in Qala has intensified
Gafa’ goes ‘missing’ as he faces court over unlawful payments
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne and the Chief Medical
Former Projects Malta officials cast doubt on Finance Minister’s claim
Two former Projects Malta chairpersons contradicted Finance Minister Edward
Daphne Caruana Galizia would have turned 56 today
International press freedom organisations, civil society groups, journalists and
Some are more equal than others
Someone committed perjury in Malta but no one’s been
COVID-19 strikes a deadly blow for local language school
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced language schools into a
Concession for ferry service modified following objections
A Request for Proposals (RfP) issued by Transport Malta
Air Malta defends Stagno Navarra’s TV appearances despite contract infringements
Air Malta, the ailing national airline which is seeking
Police charged two persons in relation to illegally parked caravans in Mistra
The Malta Police Force has charged two persons in
Former canvasser for Konrad Mizzi dismisses COVID-19 as ‘media hype’
Lionel Gerada, the former canvasser of Konrad Mizzi and
No police procedure to assess and initiate journalist protection, Lawrence Cutajar tells board
Former Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar said risk assessments are
Minister’s pressure on language schools to open despite COVID impacts sector
Language schools were pressured to open this year, as
Mounting criticism against BA’s decision to censor journalists
The two PN leadership contenders have lashed out at
Close to €2 million in direct orders to Gozitans from Anton Refalo’s Ministry
Veteran Labour MP Anton Refalo, who was removed from
‘Jurassic’ film scales back production due to COVID mishandling
The main filming unit of ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ will