Court decision on Steward’s pending VAT bill of €37million put on hold
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. A €37 million outstanding VAT
Government’s lawsuits against The Shift make Malta Europe’s most ‘SLAPPed’
Out of 47 European countries analysed by the Coalition
22-year environmental battle won as court confirms Hondoq permit denial
A 22-year battle to preserve Hondoq ir-Rummien Bay in
Bartolo stonewalls parliament on illegal Mellieha hotel that he had approved
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo could not inform Parliament about
The Shift wins its 12th FOI appeals court case, seven more pending judgements
The Court of Appeal presided over by Mr Justice
Financial services practitioners ‘concerned’ about Mifsud’s appointment
Financial services practitioners are “concerned” over the appointment of
Alfred Mifsud assumes role of arbiter that found him guilty 66 times
Labour stalwart Alfred Mifsud was this week appointed as
Court orders forced sale of government-leased Millennia Building in Marsa
Different government organisations, including branches of two ministries, might
PA CEO still mulling action on minister’s illegal pool a month since court ruling
The Prime Minister’s handpicked Planning Authority CEO Oliver Magro
‘Ian Borg has to resign or be dismissed by PM’ over illegal pool saga – opposition
Opposition MPs Mark Anthony Sammut and Stanley Zammit today
David Casa takes The Shift’s FOI battle to the Commission in letter to VP Jourová
MEP David Casa has called on the European Commission
The Shift wins two-year government SLAPP battles, but war not over
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti After a two-year legal
Freedom of Information requests almost double in a single year
Freedom of information requests almost doubled between 2020 and
Government rushes to appeals court as The Shift wins more FOI tribunal cases
Government entities this week rushed to the Court of
Court declares Transport Malta action over Grand Harbour concession ‘scandalous’
Malta’s highest court has declared Transport Malta’s actions over
Another AG lawyer jumps ship to help defence team in case filed by his former office
Updated to include comments from Matthew Xuereb. Matthew Xuereb,
‘What worked in the past may no longer be valid today’
The Court of Appeal has rejected the appeal by

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