Social care regulator De Giovanni hires 74-year-old father as ‘junior lawyer’ in state agency
Labour candidate Katya De Giovanni, currently serving as chairperson
Labour’s Charlon Gouder lands ‘phantom’ €35,000-a-year job at Arts Council
Former One TV reporter-turned lawyer Charlon Gouder has been
International reactions to public inquiry findings stress the need for reform
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Teresa
The rule of delinquents confirmed
As Robert Abela, prime minister and former adviser to
This fish rotted from the head down
There’s no proof that the government killed Daphne Caruana
Murderers in government: Labour’s poisonous legacy
The Maltese state is responsible for the assassination of
Steward freezes St Luke’s master plan as PM fails to deliver on pledge to amend tainted deal
Steward Healthcare, the American healthcare giant that took over
‘Public Service Week’ media hype cost taxpayers €300,000
A week-long media campaign organised in June by public
Robert Abela’s plan of attack
In Friday’s speech to Labour’s general party conference, Robert
UK-sanctioned Colombian drug trafficker operates Maltese company under fake name
Updated to include Right of Reply from Gordon Mifsud
The dishonesty of double standards
Equality Minister Owen Bonnici, who has been condemned by
UK redlisting: ‘dangerous’ for the economy, ‘weak’ PM must take action
Malta has been slammed with the UK’s red-listing and
Delusional vows won’t get us off grey list any faster
PN leader Bernard Grech pledged yesterday he would get
Gozo Ministry’s direct orders soar to €7.5 million in just six months
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has spent more than €7.5
‘Serious challenges’ remain in Malta’s rule of law efforts, despite reforms
Despite Prime Minister Robert Abela’s claims that the European
Gafa’s gaffes
Police Commissioner Angelo Gafa finally called a press conference.
Delay, disrupt, distract: the oil scandal case stumbles on PL’s favourite tactics
Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti last week issued a blistering
Expanded list of Maltese PEPs extends scrutiny to much larger pool of connections
The conduct of the personal financial affairs of many
Minister’s aide helped businessman slash his tax bill, but ‘no evidence of corruption’ found
An investigation by the Commission against Corruption into former
The great tax diversion
Rosianne Cutajar acted as a broker in a €3.1
Bluster out of weakness 
Every time Robert Abela states that he has shown
The ruin of dishonesty
“We didn’t deserve it”. “Only three countries wanted us
The Malta horror show, starring Nuxellina and friends
Standards Commissioner George Hyzler’s shocking report into MP Rosianne
Repubblika calls on Labour administration to ‘publish all government contracts since 2013’
Civil society NGO Repubblika spared no criticism for Prime
The art of laundering… art
The 13 paintings by Old Masters of the Italian
Central link project costs mushroom as new underpass is added as an afterthought
The controversial €55 million Central Link project, already underway
Member of Azerbaijani ruling family linked to billion-euro money laundering scheme
Two members of Azerbaijan’s ruling Aliyev family have been
As the penny drops
Those of us watching in disbelief as Labour supporters