EXCLUSIVE: Schembri used fake email to manipulate Electrogas negotiations
Aqra bil-Malti At a Glance: Keith Schembri testified under
No due diligence in dodgy hospitals deal
Chris Fearne and Edward Scicluna were back in court
Adrian Hillman: Far more deeply embedded than we thought
Aqra bil-Malti The Panama Papers revelations made the former
Keith Schembri to face trial: Inquiry says he pulled the strings, made millions
The trial against those accused of bribery, fraud and
Bumpy ride expected for Zammit Lewis en route to Luxembourg
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s nominee for the post of
Accutor payments to Muscat stopped after Swiss bank flagged transactions
The VGH inquiry established that Accutor AG’s monthly payments
Opinion: It’s a sick government, and what does that say about us?
“The party begins!” yelled Jan-Erik Olsson while firing a
Thousands join protest following inquiry on hospitals deal corruption
Thousands of people gathered in Valletta today in the
PBS board member rallying the masses to support Joseph Muscat
PBS board member Norman Hamilton is calling for people
Aditus ‘strongly condemns’ PM’s ‘blatant attack’ on judiciary, journalists
Human rights organisation Aditus has “strongly condemned” the words
Editorial: The hospitals inquiry is not an electoral choice
Prime Minister Robert Abela pitched the idea to voters
Police handed internal TM investigation on RHIBs scandal – no charges issued yet
Aqra bil-Malti Transport Malta has confirmed that it has
Aggrieved FTS employees forced to backtrack on their complaint
Government employees working at the Foundation for Tomorrow Schools
Opinion: Spinning disaster into success
The government has finally published GRECO’s compliance report on
TM’s director removed as investigations into RHIBs scandal continue
Patrick Pollacco left his position as the head of
Transport Malta officials told to lie under oath on irregular RHIBs procurement – PN
Transport Malta officials were told to lie under oath
Malta’s passport sales in crosshairs of new EU anti-corruption directive
The Committee of Civil Liberties in the European Parliament
Ex-Infrastructure Malta CEO investigated for money laundering, fraud
Article updated with additional response from Azzopardi. The European
PN calls for reining-in of government’s proposed asset freeze law changes
The Nationalist Party (PN) proposed a set of amendments
Future of EU funding for Melita gas pipeline in question, despite government claims
Despite claims from the government that plans for a
Opinion: This is how we do it
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti If this is not the
Opinion: Labour’s institutionalised lawlessness
The Times of Malta just exposed another massive scandal
Opinion: Life among frauds
The annual August stay in Malta usually helps reset
Malta Chamber says systems to cut down corruption, clientelism a priority for government budget
The Chamber of Commerce wants the government to prioritise
The country knows – Kevin Cassar
Silvio Schembri just gave away public land worth over
Persons of trust: employers want full disclosure and performance audits
Malta’s employers are demanding full disclosure when it comes
84% of businesses see favouritism, corruption as hampering competition
84% of Malta’s businesses see favouritism and corruption as
House of mirrors: Vitals, Ciantar and disinformation
The noise surrounding allegations against Carmen Ciantar, coupled with
Robert Abela insists he’s right – Kevin Cassar
Robert Abela announced: “The National Audit Office (NAO) report
Post-Qatargate lobbying: MEPs will have to ‘cool off’ for six months after office
The Bureau of the European Parliament yesterday adopted its

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