The Chamber of Advocates shoots the messenger
The Chamber of Advocates issued an incomprehensible statement last
MTA’s Lionel Gerada is a good boy, lawyers insist
Lionel Gerada, the political canvasser of former minister Konrad
Grand Theft Europe investigation wins European press prize
A cross border investigation involving more than 30 countries
Air Malta withdraws ‘final proposal’ to reverse pilots’ redundancies hours ahead of meeting
Air Malta pilots are incensed at the national airline
Corruption, slow court proceedings stalling fight against human trafficking
Recurring issues with rule of law, corruption and slow
Stagno Navarra gets a reserved parking spot in one of Malta’s busiest localities
Sliema residents have expressed their indignation at Labour propagandist
Court ruling halts demotions for pilots, but redundancies may go ahead
The court has declared that it cannot stop the
Robert Abela’s chief of staff gets €14,000 salary top up through second job
Clyde Caruana, the new chief of staff at the
Thousands object for the third time to DB project despite lavish PR campaign
Over 4,400 objections have been submitted to the Planning
Still no standard checklist for OHSA officers visiting construction sites – NAO
The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) still does
Neville Gafa’ calls out Foreign Minister’s post on Libya
A post by Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo thanking
Sim cards used in Caruana Galizia’s murder purchased end of 2016
The three hitmen charged with the murder of Daphne
Pieter Omtzigt welcomes ‘hard-hitting’ report by Ombudsman
Special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has welcomed the “hard-hitting” and
Court dismisses case against Gafa’s extra overtime pay on technicality
Neville Gafa’ has won a legal battle to keep
Leaks from inquiry on migrants’ deaths aided Prime Minister’s political attacks
An investigation by The Shift has found two media
Schembri’s ‘much-awaited truth’ testimony just a smokescreen
The bold statement made by the former chief of
Protesters pick up again their call for justice for Daphne and the truth
People took to the streets of Valletta once again
Michelle Muscat hangs up her flippers
You might have missed the detail in Thursday’s Swimathon
Omtzigt calls on Maltese authorities to end impunity and make reforms real
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt welcomed the new opinion issued
Valletta Film Festival organiser requests probe into MTA’s ‘unjust’ fund refusal
Oliver Mallia, the co-founder of Film Grain Festival, which
Event organisers complaining about abuse of public funds ‘jealous’ – Gulia
Malta Tourism Authority chairman Gavin Gulia was bombarded by
Middleman’s VAT number registered on il-Gojja’s car showroom address
The VAT number of Melvin Theuma, the middleman involved
Company run by former ‘Maltese citizen’ stole more money than established by US court
Abraaj Group, a Middle Eastern private equity firm that
Film Commission made ‘insignificant progress’ on NAO recommendations
The Auditor General has highlighted significant issues related to
‘The fight for justice for Daphne will never stop’
The call for justice and truth for the assassination
Facebook and Twitter biggest source of misinformation during coronavirus
Facebook and messaging apps such as Messenger and WhatsApp
The woman who will not be forgotten
As each testimony in the ongoing court trial on
Conviction of prominent journalist in the Philippines condemned
Amal Clooney and Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC have expressed condemnation

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