Ex-disciplined forces academy director awarded direct order by Home Affairs Ministry
A company owned by John Charles Ellul, the former
Union forced to take legal action as Malta drags heels over pledges made to receive EU funds
Promised reform to the appointing and governing of specialised
Enemalta chairman inadvertently fact checks Joseph Muscat and Finance Minister at parliamentary committee
Previous testimony by disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat
Standards Committee confirms Michael Farrugia breached ethics
The Committee for Standards in Public Life decided on
Commissioner ‘felt no need’ to investigate details on Michael Farrugia’s ‘lie’ on Quad Towers
The Commissioner for Standards in Public Life told a
Labour MPs want PAC paused until October although Muscat is available
Even though disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat has
Two more ministers’ partners appointed to a government company board
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s cabinet members are finding innovative
€12 million spent on consultants as traffic gridlock intensifies
Transport Malta made highly lucrative payments to government-connected consultants
Abela’s cabinet being less transparent with their earnings than Muscat’s
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s Cabinet is being far less
New cabinet recruits keep income under wraps despite code of ethics
Eight new cabinet members appointed by Prime Minister Robert
A new president at last
On 30 August, a new president was finally appointed. 
‘The State’s money should not be used for political purposes’ – Standards Commissioner
Former standards commissioner George Hyzler on Thursday defended the
Seven witnesses approved for next PAC hearing, call for ruling on police commissioner
In another Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing that ended
Robert Abela’s programme in two words
There’s a rule of thumb that distinguishes a democratically

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