Rift between PM and Commissioner over Joseph Muscat perks
Prime Minister Robert Abela accused Standards Commissioner Joe Azzopardi
Disgraced former PM talks up Azerbaijan ‘achievements’
Amid speculation that disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat
TM’s director removed as investigations into RHIBs scandal continue
Patrick Pollacco left his position as the head of
Government Gazette embroils lawyer in €140,000 direct order he never received
The Government Gazette has published details of a €140,000
Court criticises Steward over time wasting tactics in €37 million pending VAT bill case
The Court of Appeal has ordered proceedings against Steward
Concerns raised as Labour Party starts using state schools for partisan activities
The Labour Party in government has started using state
Infrastructure Malta maritime chief in private consultancy with other government agencies
The head of multi-million maritime infrastructure projects at Infrastructure
Concerns over Malta’s treatment of migrants in latest UN human rights review
The latest Universal Periodic Review (UPR) by the Office
From sheep to goats – Gozo’s ‘suspicious’ farms rise to 633
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The number of sheep and
Appeal filed in court against €600 million Magħtab incinerator tender
Multinational consortium Hitachi-Terna has contested the award of a
Decision on Manoel Island development postponed following UNESCO concerns
The Planning Authority has postponed its decision on whether
Judicial protest filed by whistleblower alleges social benefits racket cover up
A judicial protest claiming a coordinated cover-up by the
Confirmed: Muscat received €60,000 more than permitted when leaving office
An investigation by the Standards Commissioner confirmed The Shift’s
Manoel Island development proposal breaches Valletta UNESCO buffer zone – NGOs
Environmental NGOs Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar (FAA) and Moviment
PAC investigation into Electrogas report diluted, drawn out with unrelated witnesses
An investigation into the contracts awarded as part of
European Parliament adopts media freedom law but concerns on spyware remain
The European Union’s Media Freedom Act (EMFA) was approved
Marmara gets new direct order from Planning Authority for unspecified survey
Labour’s pollster Vince Marmara, has been given a new
Phyllis Muscat blocks information on art deals at MICAS
Phyllis Muscat, chairwoman of the Malta International Contemporary Arts
Controversial Bahrija ODZ villa project withdrawn following objections
A controversial project to turn untouched ODZ land in
Malta’s money laundering prosecutions spiked during greylisting, PQ confirms
Maltese courts saw a surge of money laundering and
New NSO data confirms increasing traffic chaos despite ‘free’ public transport
Malta’s massive traffic problems are becoming worse every year,
Newly-appointed PA board member involved in attempt to bury cave discovered during development
A newly appointed board member of the Planning Authority
Former transport minister confirmed as ambassador despite concerns
Former Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia has been appointed ambassador
Gozo hospital left ill-equipped by Steward resorts to mobile MRI machine
The Gozo General Hospital is operating a mobile Magnetic
No investigation of Lands Authority over block of flats built on public land
The government has so far failed to order an
Only one bidder for €150 million food tender for government-run hospitals
The government has so far failed to explain how
Ta’ Qali ‘regeneration’ delayed until 2025 amid confusion on budget
While Public Works Minister Chris Bonett has announced the
Government awarded tender to accused kidnapper after court arraignment
Christian Borg, 30, arraigned in January 2022 for a

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