State broadcaster loses €5 million in 10 years despite €40 million in subsidies
The public broadcaster, PBS, has lost a total of
IDPC tribunal rules in favour of the Shift, throws out remaining FOI appeals
The Maltese government has lost the remaining appeals it
MFSA legal breach risks revocation of all enforcement notices, fines since 2019
A recent Financial Services Tribunal ruled that the Malta
Hospitals concession instrument for money to pass from ‘state pockets’ to VGH, Steward
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The Court of Appeal
‘Selective’ enforcement by police as pensioner charged with money laundering
Bank of Valletta and HSBC Malta may have allowed
Prime Minister finally gets his way in the latest judiciary appointments
The latest selection of the Judicial Appointments Committee, including
Open letter calls for Saliba’s resignation over ‘illegal’ government post
A Maltese linguist working at the European Commission has
Architect involved in collapse that killed Miriam Pace still a shareholder as development set to continue
Roderick Camilleri, one of the architects involved in the
Prime minister mum on reform to halt construction works under appeal
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refused to answer questions
No action from PM as BA member Alessandro Lia faces criminal charges
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refrained from taking any
Zenith Finance’s Matthew Pace gets an asset freeze reprieve, to pay home loans
Zenith Finance’s Matthew Pace has been given a slight
Court orders media ban on criminal cases against judiciary members
The media has been banned from reporting on the
Chief Justice actionless as judicial couple’s litigations clog courts
Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti has so far refrained from
Slovakian businessman acquitted of murdering journalist in court ‘debacle’
Slovak business tycoon Marian Kočner has been acquitted in
Court grants shortening of appeal window for Vitals-Steward hospitals judgement
In an exceptional court procedure, Judge Miriam Hayman granted
Grech, Delia challenge PM to come clean to the House on hospital deals role
Opposition leader Bernard Grech and MP Adrian Delia are
Hospitals scandal: Joseph Muscat shifts blame from him and government to corruption by ‘third parties’
Former prime minister Joseph Muscat, on whose watch the
Caruana Galizia’s 2015 reporting on hospital deal ‘vindicated’, says Foundation as reactions roll in
The judgement rescinding and annulling all three agreements and
Fraudulent: court orders Steward to return hospitals to the people in scathing judgement
The largest ever deal a Maltese government has ever
Oath for new magistrates put on hold over nominee’s pending criminal case
The Office of the President has been constrained to
Appeal filed against magistrate’s refusal to recuse herself from Pilatus Bank case
An appeal was filed this morning by NGO Repubblika
Judiciary costs now running at €10 million a year as court delays increase
Salaries and allowances for judiciary members and their teams
Justice’s many blunders
Something strange happened in court on Tuesday. Repubblika’s case
Poacher who shot Flamingos convicted, efforts praised by Birdlife
BirdLife Malta has welcomed the jailing of a hunter
Right to Know: FOI Tribunal decides another seven cases in The Shift’s favour
The government has been dealt seven more blows in
The ‘institutions that work’ let Evarist Bartolo’s canvasser walk free
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Evarist Bartolo’s former
‘Full justice must not be denied’ – reactions to European Commission’s rule of law report on Malta
Following the publication of the European Commission’s annual rule
Law’s many asses
Those familiar with the proverbial expression “the law is
Polidano won government contracts in 2021 despite pending €40 million tax bill
Building contractor Polidano Brothers – the company owned by
Legal experts clash as freezing orders on assets relaxed in high profile cases
Following at least three instances in which high profile

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