Popular Valletta tourist attraction to reopen after The Shift’s reports
The Fortress Builders – a modern EU-funded interpretation centre
Modern EU-funded Valletta tourist attraction remains closed for over a year
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici and Heritage Malta, the government
One bidder for double the price: controversial tender for cancer treatment facility closes
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. A controversial €24
The lucky lackey – Kevin Cassar
Konrad Mizzi’s right-hand man, Ronald Mizzi, turned 40 yesterday. 
Konrad Mizzi’s former right hand man will now oversee millions of euros in EU funds
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malta hawn. Ronald Mizzi, the permanent
‘Tainted’ cancer machine procurement: ‘Let’s leave FMS out’ – health official tells Mater Dei boss
Increased doubts over a possible ‘tainted’ procurement process of
‘Tainted’ tender for EU-funded cancer machine published as value more than doubled
A public procurement exercise to acquire an EU-funded machine
€30 million in EU funds at risk as Polidano tax dispute escalates
Malta may be in danger of losing more than
FMS plans revealed as Health Ministry denies manipulation of cancer machine procurement
New plans and designs prepared by the Foundation for
Multi-million euro cancer treatment tender being manipulated in favour of ‘preferred’ supplier
Efforts are ongoing at the highest levels of the
Malta’s options are running out
The impunity enjoyed by the disgraced former prime minister
The Electrogas hockey stick
The EU could end up helping accused murderer Yorgen
Magisterial inquiry underway into suspected abuse of EU Funds – junior minister in spotlight
Tens of thousands euros in EU and local public
Gozo pool development leads to dismantling of recently renovated sports complex
A government project for an Olympic-size pool on a
Government allocates €200,000 in EU funds to Portelli’s illegal project
A stretch of rubble walls, built illegally on idyllic
Objections quashed: migrants’ ship given green light at €1m per month
The government has been given the green light by
Maltese bank part of Mafia trail to hide millions from EU agricultural aid
A Maltese bank formed part of a “complex trail
MEPs back plan to freeze funds for countries who undermine rule of law
The European Parliament has backed the European Commission’s proposal
Thousands demand resignation of Czech PM over fraud scandal
Tens of thousands marched to call for the Czech
Call for protection for murdered Bulgarian journalist’s colleagues
International organisations are calling for a full investigation into

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