Film Commissioner Johann Grech spends €600,000 on travel in 2 years
Malta’s embattled Film Commissioner Johann Grech has spent more
Over 600 people take legal action against company on data breach
An application has been filed before the Civil Courts
Recall from China was a ‘coincidence’, new ambassador insists
The newly appointed non-resident Ambassador to Qatar, Joseph Pirotta,
Relatives of victims condemn ‘cruel’ COVID-19 burial procedure
Relatives of people dying with COVID-19 do not only
EXCLUSIVE:  It was Joseph Muscat who ordered the MTA to give Konrad Mizzi a €90,000 consultancy
It was disgraced former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat who,
Access denied: Silvio Schembri blames Moneyval for purge of public records
Following criticism of the Malta Business Registry’s indiscriminate purge
Journalists call for online access to company data to be reinstated
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation together with the Institute
Michelle Muscat’s Marigold Foundation milked public coffers
Michelle Muscat, the wife of former disgraced Prime Minister
Vietnamese award-winning journalist arrested for ‘anti-state propaganda’
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called for the immediate
Retired diplomat recalled over visas scandal now made ambassador
Senior members of Malta’s diplomatic corps are stunned at
State aid to Gozo Channel remains a carefully guarded secret
Government officials are refusing to disclose details regarding hundreds
BOV says Marigold Foundation was always Michelle’s… they just got it wrong
Bank of Valletta is downplaying the news that Michelle
European Parliament to award Daphne Caruana Galizia prize for journalism
The European Parliament will be awarding The Daphne Caruana
No answers on €40 million excise tax bill
Mark Gasan did not explain to the public inquiry
Chloe Portelli’s farmer permit to build store on scenic land stalled… for now
The Planning Commission has decided to suspend and postpone
Home for the elderly faces accusations of neglect as management tries to cope
The alarming number of COVID-19 infections inside Residenza San
Court registrar files case against university lecturer Simon Mercieca
The court registrar on Wednesday filed a case charging
A tale of wilful blindness
Electrogas director and shareholder Paul Apap Bologna was cautioned
Government buys COVID-19 ventilators from ‘Tiger King’ and an arms dealer
The bulk of expenses on ventilators – some €3
EU Court Advocate General says reject John Dalli appeal
Advocate General Maciej Szpunar has recommended that the grounds
Accountancy board slammed by judges over lack of action against Nexia BT
Judges grew increasingly frustrated with Accountancy Board Chairman Peter
Another testimony contradicts what Keith Schembri said under oath
Counter Terrorism Unit Head George Cremona told the public
€35 million spent on direct orders related to COVID-19
The government has completely rubbished public procurement rules, spending
Free press NGOs call out Robert Abela’s interference in public inquiry
Nine international free press organisations have written a letter
‘Let’s not reduce our sovereignty for money’ – Tonio Borg
Former Foreign Minister Tonio Borg believes the government should
Degiorgio brothers’ defence lawyer in hot water over domestic violence claims
William Cuschieri, the defence lawyer for Alfred and George
Water Services Corporation gives €65,000 in direct orders to Nexia BT
Nexia BT, the company subjected to the court freezing