Gozo Ministry hasn’t published two years of direct orders
Gozo Ministry Permanent Secretary John Borg is refusing to
Ponte Ferries in major trouble with more vessel arrest warrants for unpaid debts
Ponte Ferries is in serious trouble after being hit
Corinthia company gets nine direct orders from construction regulator
QP Management Limited – a Corinthia Group company focusing
Confirmed: Almost €2 million in payments for IM senior official’s brother
Payments for public road works issued by direct order
€16 million EU-funded Bugibba ferry project threatens EU Natura 2000 site
A €16 million project entirely funded by the EU
‘No longer fit and proper’: Zenith directors barred from financial services
Matthew Pace and Lorraine Falzon of Zenith Finance infamy
Finch research project ‘a big lie designed to help poachers fill their aviaries’
The Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) has labelled the
€200,000 for a sculpture in a remote, uninhabited area of Gozo
The government intends to spend more than €200,000 for
Refalo invites Julie Zahra to ‘come sing’ at his house to see his ‘stolen’ artefact
Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Anton Refalo resorted to insults
EU’s Media Freedom Act ‘to set the cat among the pigeons’ – Roberta Metsola
The European Union’s forthcoming EU Media Freedom Act has
PM spending €556,000 a year on 10 consultants, in breach of code of ethics
Taxpayers are providing over half a million euros a
Thousands commemorate Daphne Caruana Galizia, 5 years since her assassination
Malta, Europe and much of the world on Sunday
Reporters Without Borders sees government’s media legislation as ’far from sufficient’
The three long-awaited bills tabled in parliament on how
‘Outrageous’ Bidnija ‘sheep farm’ allocated €150,000 in EU funding
An enormous, modern building in the middle of a
Gzira mayor says town got ‘best deal possible’ out of capitanerie project
While Gzira Mayor Conrad Borg Manche stands foursquare against
Council of Europe keeps the pressure up on Safi Detention Centre conditions
The Council of Europe is continuing to apply pressure
Zaren Vassallo loses challenge to keep Zammit Clapp home for the elderly
The Vassallo Group, a pioneer in the provision of
Commissioner orders release of information on cost of film awards
The Malta Film Commission has been ordered to give
Minister silent as pressure mounts to call in police to investigate Infrastructure Malta
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The minister responsible for
Platform work: Malta misses EU’s precarious work directive deadline
Malta has been given two months to adopt the
Santa Lucija residents up in arms against ‘monstrous’ development
Santa Lucija residents are rising up en masse against
LESA swindling citizens despite invalidity of tow-zone parking signs
The government agency responsible for issuing temporary tow-zone notices
Disgraced attorney general paid €7,000 a month for ‘transition period’
Disgraced former attorney general Peter Grech – notorious for,
Jobless scheme members form union to fight for guaranteed jobs and equal pay
Unemployed people who have been ‘temporarily’ placed on the
Widespread shock after death of Attorney General’s prosecutor
Shock is being expressed across the country after 43-year-old
OPM shields Stagno Navarra as Air Malta employees’ anger reaches boiling point
The Office of the Prime Minister has strangely reversed
Friends of PM’s contract for Għadira project cancelled
A half-million-euro public project that was to extend Mellieħa’s
Warning shots in a veiled mob war
The Vitals mystery just keeps getting deeper. It’s not
Standards Commissioner defends conclusions of Rosianne Cutajar ethics probe
In a chaotic sitting in which the parliamentary committee
Muscat’s stooge
Where is disgraced former police chief Lawrence Cutajar? This

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