BCA did not provide documents for KTP investigation, Polidano files judicial protest
The Building and Construction Authority has refuted claims of
Lands Authority in the dark on Sofia collapse site transfer, delays unquestioned by state ‘administrator’
Construction at the Corradino site where Jean Paul Sofia
Activists issue recommendations for preservation of Sikka l-Bajda reef
Environmental activists have called for an end to the
Why Robert Abela fears the truth
Why is Robert Abela always hiding the truth? Why
PAMA ‘garden’, underground extension ‘impossible’ unless rules change
An attempt to turn a large tract of ODZ
Data Commissioner orders government to publish EuroPride costs
Parliamentary Secretary Rebecca Buttigieg has been issued an enforcement
Film Commission studies contradict themselves as filmmakers lament ‘lack of transparency’
Big differences in the reported findings of two unpublished
Editorial: Injudicious judicial picnics
News that judges and magistrates attended an event hosted
Prime Minister finally gets his way in the latest judiciary appointments
The latest selection of the Judicial Appointments Committee, including
Former minister’s daughter reappointed Commissioner for Justice
The youngest daughter of former Justice Minister Jose’ Herrera,
ERA, Local Council, NGOs oppose Għajnsielem ODZ flats and retail centre
The Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has labelled an
It’s a goat farm with no goats, but a ‘store’ that’s a countryside residence
One of the two men accused of causing the
Conflicting roles at industrial park agency stopped
Keith Fenech, the CEO of the private-public partnership agency
Food costs surge 11% in a year as general inflation falls
The price of food in Maltese supermarkets has risen
Open letter calls for Saliba’s resignation over ‘illegal’ government post
A Maltese linguist working at the European Commission has
SportMalta Chair resigns, officials give no explanation
Chairman of SportMalta Prof Andrew Decelis has resigned just
Reduction in hunting enforcement officers last straw for migratory birds – BirdLife
The number of police officers deployed to enforce hunting
Construction reform blocked by Cabinet to avoid losing votes, public inquiry hears
The public inquiry into the death of Jean Paul
Malta fails to meet EU journalist safety recommendations – RSF
European Union Member States, including Malta, must move quickly
Opinion: Covering his own arse
“Don’t you think you should have resigned?” Minister Michael
Norma Saliba’s new job to cost taxpayers €73,000 a year
Norma Saliba, the former Head of News at state
Cabinet still delaying DLĦ guardianship of Knight’s era Qbajjar Battery
Guardianship for the restoration of the historic, Knight’s era
Eden Leisure Group wants Paranga restaurant illegalities sanctioned
The Eden Leisure Group has filed a Planning Authority
Permanent secretary mum on Albert Marshall’s breach of contract
The Permanent Secretary of the Culture Ministry, Joyce Dimech,
The Shift wins 4 more FOI appeals filed by the government to deny information
The Shift has won another four Court of Appeal
OPM forced to publish Cabinet Secretary Ryan Spagnol’s contract
The Office of the Prime Minister has been forced
Ethics breach by Fisheries Parliamentary Secretary solved with written apology
The Commissioner of Standards in Public Life, Joseph Azzopardi,
International press organisations call for stronger provisions on state advertising in the EMFA
Several organisations dedicated to media freedom and civil society
Sea slime remains a problem as fish farms create ‘sewage dump’ of waste
Sea slime originating from Azzopardi Fisheries’ tuna farming pens
Government ‘shamefully silent’ on Comino overcommercialisation  – NGOs
Eight environmental NGOs have reiterated calls for the de-commercialisation

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