Clyde Caruana won’t reveal Air Malta boss’s remuneration
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana is refusing to make public
Drainage leaks from Valletta bastions under restoration
A section of the Valletta bastions known as the
Gozo Minister’s sister made ambassador to the Council of Europe
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri’s sister Francesca Camilleri Vettiger has
Engineers’ reports show dangerous lack of maintenance at Cospicua home
A pair of reports into the Cospicua home for
Court dismisses AG’s Ali Sadr World Bank tribunal excuses as ‘not binding’
The courts have thrown out the Attorney General’s argumentation
Ponte Ferries calls it a day and sells its catamaran to Spanish company
Ponte Ferries’ catamaran, the HSC Artemis will soon be
Standards czar to probe Miriam Dalli but not Steve Ellul over Ira Losco promos
Standards Commissioner Joe Azzopardi will not investigate Project Green
INDIS Malta has become Lands Minister Silvio Schembri’s ‘mini constituency’
The blatant abuse of public property, which appears to
Konrad Mizzi’s permanent secretary Ronald Mizzi testifies before the PAC
Economy Ministry Permanent Secretary Ronald Mizzi, who served as
Enemalta knew it was paying three times the price for Montenegro wind farm
An Enemalta internal audit report on its corruption-riddled purchase
After Christian Borg fallout, judiciary get their vehicles by direct order
The government has found a way to circumvent a
Concrete slabs with sharp rusty mesh dumped in the sea in Little Armier
Pictures and videos surfaced on social media showing large
Abela replaces Muscat’s man… with Muscat’s man on state company board
Prime Minister Robert Abela has ordered the removal of
Infrastructure Malta in brief but big Lukaku, Inter Milan racist blunder
Infrastructure Malta has found itself in the middle of
Central bank governor paid an extra €12,000 a year for MFSA board meetings
Central Bank of Malta Governor Edward Scicluna is being
Council’s anti-SLAPP position ‘falls far short of the original objective’ – EFJ
Press freedom organisations have expressed concern following the adoption
PA still ‘communicating’ with minister about illegal pool three months on
The Planning Authority is treating Minister Ian Borg with
Cronies share €2 million in direct orders from government billing company
Government utilities billing company ARMS spent more than €2
€400 million tender ‘compromised’ but government will not clarify ‘mistake’
There is a good probability that the massive government
Attard brags of ‘proactive SLAPPs role’ as government wages war on The Shift
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard was in Brussels this week
Labour Party voter preference data leak: ADPD calls for IDPC investigations
Green party ADPD this morning called for investigations by
PBS executive chairman was paid €8,666 per board meeting last year
PBS Executive Chairman Mark Sammut was paid €8,666 per
Julian Assange ‘dangerously close’ to extradition after appeal rejected – RSF
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is “dangerously close” to being
Marsalforn road widening: NGOs ‘have not seen promised amended plans’
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has not yet shared the
Sports commercialisation: chairman quits and is replaced by WasteServ CEO
Six years after plans to allow sports associations to
Government ‘sitting on’ advice on updating phone tapping law for years
The 1996 Security Services Act, which allows for Malta’s
Questions on €5 million investment into GSSE athletes unanswered
The government is refusing to divulge how a €5
Victoria-Marsalforn road project to go ahead despite ‘environmental massacre’
Around 300 mature indigenous trees and the size of
Binance attracted to Malta’s unregulated blockchain limbo, US SEC charges show
The shady activities of the world’s cryptocurrency exchange during

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