Yet another perambulating farce
Assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s description of Manuel Mallia
Lack of transparency on company ownership, tax crimes led to Malta’s greylisting
FATF president Marcus Pleyer said today that lack of
Horror on a loop
As the islands face yet another monumental crisis, Maltese
Malta chose this path in 2017
We knew the writing was on the wall when
Cabinet members declare €4.5million in savings
Cabinet members have declared over  €4.5 million in financial
UN: disinformation thrives where investigative journalism is constrained
States’ response to combating disinformation has been “problematic, inadequate,
Real action needed, not ‘vain attempts to downplay the severity of greylisting’
Despite the prime minister’s insistence that the decision by
The worst has happened
Eight years of government-sanctioned and protected rampant corruption, criminality,
Mistra Bay gets breathing room as several caravans vacate the area
Mistra Bay may finally be able to breathe a
Repubblika’s president slams Rosianne Cutajar after speech in parliament targeting activists
Repubblika president Robert Aquilina has called out Labour MP
Abusing the bereaved
Glenn Bedingfield, in his latest parliamentary streak of callousness,
Chair of construction industry regulator defends Joseph Portelli’s illegal batching plant for tender
The government-appointed Chair of the Building and Construction Agency
Daphne Caruana Galizia prize for journalism launched for journalists defending democracy
A new annual awards ceremony was launched on Tuesday
Agriculture Minister Refalo gives plum government job to his private practice manager
Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Anton Refalo has given a
Malta’s foreign capital inflow could drop by €250m if greylisted – IMF report
A report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) analysing
Concrete belt: Four years down the line, PA still waiting for companies to fall in line
The Planning Authority is still waiting for construction companies
PM keeps tight lid on secretly-boosted golden handshakes to his cabinet
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refused to give taxpayers
Standards commissioner asked to investigate freebies handed out by government MPs
Independent politician Arnold Cassola has called upon the standards
Keeping things in check #3
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his “best in the
GWU faces competition for €113 million tender as rival bid is cheaper
The General Workers Union (GWU), the traditional political partner
Governments urged to support independent media to avoid ‘extinction event’
Independent journalism is facing a possible “extinction event” due
Abela hands administration of passports cash fund to known PL cronies
The government agency tasked with managing more than half
The sixteenth of every month
Wednesday marked 44 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was
PAC hearing highlights unexplained pay-out arrangements between Electrogas shareholders
The public accounts committee today slammed witness Paul Apap
From humble garages to lawless fiefdoms: Ghaxaq’s concrete belt exposed
Updated to include answers from the Planning Authority. An
Malta is EU laggard in COVID digital certification process
Malta is one of only three EU member states
More promises at international level that government will protect journalists, end impunity
The government has adopted multiple Council of Europe (CoE)