Justice minister won’t explain €100,000 invoice discrepancy for client who wanted hotel on beach
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Robert Abela’s new
Exclusive: Documents reveal ‘exorbitant’ fees charged by new justice minister’s law firm
Jonathan Attard, the 38-year-old new justice minister, charged a
Biċċa xogħol mhux kompluta: l-għaxra min-nies li s’issa żgiċċaw minn akkuża ta’ qtil
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Unfinished business: the ‘Top 10’ getting away with murder
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Despite myriad institutional reports,
Prove us wrong, Robert Abela
Newly-returned Prime Minister Robert Abela starts his fresh legislature
Clues for the clueless
If only we had some clues about Joseph Muscat,
Robert Abela’s programme in two words
There’s a rule of thumb that distinguishes a democratically
Civil society groups hold protest, demand resignation of attorney general
Protesters gathered in Valletta on Friday evening to demand
EXCLUSIVE: Konrad Mizzi’s friend put on €600 a day contract, one week after general elections
One week after disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi took
Konrad Mizzi’s preferred consultancy firm misses a Beat
Beat Ltd, a boutique management consultancy firm that was
Joe Gerada’s move to silence The Shift registered as ‘violation’ by press freedom watchdog
Lawyer Joe Gerada’s request to the Information and Data
Accusations of intimidation leveled at The Shift are ‘absolutely ludicrous’ – Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders has slammed a government lawyer’s assertions
The latest attempt to castrate the press
Poor little Joe Gerada doesn’t want to be accountable
Joe Gerada, of FKK Acapulco fame, demands tribunal ban The Shift from asking questions
The former aide of disgraced ex-minister Chris Cardona, teacher-turned-lawyer
‘Police force facing strong political pressure’ to halt Labour MP prosecutions – Repubblika
Thirty-two months after an inquiry into the hospitals concession
Almost 20% of Labour MPs elected in 2017 are no longer in parliament
Close to 20% of MPs elected in Joseph Muscat’s
Joseph Muscat’s ‘technicality’: How his latest no-show in court builds on a pattern
If a politician has initiated libel proceedings, is it
FIAU suffers setback as court annuls judgement
The FIAU (Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit) yesterday suffered a
The phenomenon of ‘self-suspension’
“Self-suspension” has become a bizarrely fashionable move for public
Labour-linked lawyer Maria Cardona chairs four government boards at the same time
A lawyer with clear links to the Labour Party
Repubblika slams police commissioner for sleeping on international arrest warrant from Pilatus Bank inquiry
Civil society NGO Repubblika today urged police commissioner Angelo
A parliament of larcenists
Maltese taxpayers are the victims of a merciless, unending
Labour’s Charlon Gouder lands ‘phantom’ €35,000-a-year job at Arts Council
Former One TV reporter-turned lawyer Charlon Gouder has been
Minister’s aide helped businessman slash his tax bill, but ‘no evidence of corruption’ found
An investigation by the Commission against Corruption into former
Twisted minds, warped realities
“To show men that crimes can be pardoned, and
It’s no longer possible to separate the criminals from the politicians
Robert Abela won’t take action unless the hitman the
Hitmen did things differently after attempt to kill journalist in 2015 fell through
A separate, 2015 plot to assassinate journalist Daphne Caruana
Edward Zammit Lewis using direct orders to lure Chris Cardona’s votes
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis, who failed to get
Chris Cardona downplays controversial MOU as public inquiry board questions hospitals’ deal
Former Economy Minister Christian Cardona, who had signed the
The shirker’s guide to unaccountability
Joseph Cushieri sure was a big spender. The problem

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