Air Malta pilots dropping out of court case against PM as settlements reached
Aqra bil-Malti A number of Air Malta pilots have
PBS blocks information on Eurovision costs
Aqra bil-Malti The state broadcaster is refusing to account
Company set to win tender for new power plant under increased suspicion as it fails to meet criteria
Suspicions of a possible pre-arranged deal on the lease
Tourism spending down 2.3% despite 2023 record numbers
Major players in the tourism industry are increasingly worried
Prime minister moves ahead with his ODZ Zejtun property development
Construction work on the prime minister’s latest private property
Malta company linked to hospitals deal and payments to Muscat to be struck off
Accutor Ltd, the Maltese offshoot of a Swiss company
Cannabis boss Leonid McKay moved to Jobsplus as CEO removed
Leonid McKay has become the second government cannabis boss
NGOs denounce lack of transparency, pinkwashing on €2.5 million EuroPride
Seven NGOs forming part of the LGBTIQ Consultative Council
€70,000 ‘solar footpath’ in Rabat road falls short of promises
A €70,000 ‘solar footpath’ containing embedded solar panels installed
Court revokes permits for Joseph Portelli flats, already built and sold
The Planning Authority is in a new fix on
Council of Europe calls for prompt action as Malta fails its latest anti-corruption assessment
Malta has still only satisfactorily implemented four of the
Disgraced former permanent secretary handed €80,000 a year contract
Frank Fabri, the disgraced former permanent secretary appointed CEO
Corinthia company given €800,000 direct order to start work on Gozo airstrip
The Gozo Ministry, now also responsible for the Planning
Minister’s man inside PA given €150,000 consultancy by Enemalta
Architect Godwin Agius, a close aide to Planning Minister
Opinion: desperately needing protection
Last October, The Times of Malta reported that a
Food prices are up again despite ‘historical social pact’
The government’s agreement with supermarket owners and food importers,
Prime Minister found guilty of ethics breach, refuses to apologise
Prime Minister Robert Abela was found to be in
Heritage watchdog’s go-ahead for Manoel Island development given despite concerns
The Superintendence of Cultural Heritage (SCH) overlooked important considerations
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

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