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Activists take back Comino’s Blue Lagoon, remove all deckchairs from beach
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Repeat after me Labour’s electoral message: Malta needs Labour
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Government pays €20,000 to Labour Party for partisan newspaper supplement
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Government to borrow another €1.2 billion as forecasts go haywire
The government is planning to borrow at least €1.2
Almost 20% of Labour MPs elected in 2017 are no longer in parliament
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GWU’s Victor Carachi appointed director representing government interests at Malita Investments
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Just five of The Shift’s multiple investigations into government-issued
83% of Maltese believe EU funds should only go to countries that respect rule of law principles
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Voters held to ransom
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Constitutional reform process dormant as committee fails to meet for nine months
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Marsascala residents and activists oppose yacht marina project in strong turnout, announce protest
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Reputation laundering
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No fiscal receipts from infrastructure minister’s family restaurant
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UN: disinformation thrives where investigative journalism is constrained
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The sixteenth of every month
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PAC hearing highlights unexplained pay-out arrangements between Electrogas shareholders
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65 % in Malta think corruption in government is a big problem – survey
Two-thirds of Maltese people think that government corruption is
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