The price of corruption is coming home
Every ‘larger than life’ figure has its trademark. With
Government spending on Steward Healthcare criticised
The government’s deal with Steward Healthcare, who owns and
Fiscal measures introduced should retain employees, not cater for unemployment
Fiscal measures to retain workers in employment are needed
Ronnie Vella: ‘I don’t remember’
A small village bar in Rabat, a cup of
Electrogas: A list of the people who benefit from the corrupt deal
It is not only Yorgen Fenech – the man
‘It filled us with fear’ – Caruana Galizia’s sons tell the story following her death
The never-ending fight for justice for their mother Daphne
Electrogas shareholder presented power station plans to PN in 2009
Electrogas shareholder Paul Apap Bologna presented the Nationalist Party
UPDATED: Prime Minister stalls on Mizzi amid calls for people to return to the streets
Updated to include statement by Repubblika. After civil society
On Joseph Muscat’s watch
He kept insisting he wanted to resolve the Daphne
Egrant: ‘The most expensive cover up in Malta’s political history’
You won a difficult battle in court and gave
Muscat’s political interference in murder investigation compared to Saudi Arabia
Sarah Clarke, Head of Europe and Central Asia for
Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi resigns, Economy Minister Cardona ‘suspends himself’
Following a long cabinet meeting held at the Office
Our tough man in Castille
It shouldn’t need saying, but it’s part of our
Protesters gather in Valletta for the third time in less than a week
Thousands of protestors gathered in Valletta for the third
Caruana Galizia family insists Prime Minister step back from investigation
The family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is
Calls for the Prime Minister’s resignation after suspected mastermind arrested
Calls for the resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
Malta marches against corruption and impunity
The message in Valletta this evening was one of
Minister under investigation for money laundering says ‘it happens everywhere’
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has dismissed Malta’s money laundering
Whose line was it anyway?
Let’s play a game of “Whose Line Was It?”
Muscat protected his friends, not the national interest
While the Maltese government kept insisting that the Council
Malta backed by Azerbaijan ahead of CoE vote
The call for a public inquiry into the assassination
Faulty wiring: Mizzi’s ‘sinister’ Electrogas deal
The Electrogas deal has been described as a “highly
‘One day, justice will be done’
Magistrate Doreen Clarke has ordered an inquiry into the
Financial Crimes committee calls for action on SLAPP lawsuits and 17 Black
The European Parliament’s Committee on Financial Crimes, Tax Evasion
EP vote condemns Malta’s inaction on corruption, crime and protection of journalists
The European Parliamentary Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and
The world reacts while Malta continues to look the other way
The very first person to be charged in the
An epidemic of shamelessness
Konrad Mizzi, the Minister who negotiated the deal with
Pigs at the trough
The reaction of the Party in government to revelations
Azerbaijan state oil company’s LNG supplies to Malta exceed obligations
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR announced that its supply
Answers we are hoping for in 2019
2018 has been an interesting year full of scandal,

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