Fearne knew nothing, but backed Vitals anyway
Chris Fearne knew nothing and was not involved in
Konrad Mizzi’s man reappointed chairman of energy regulator
James Camenzuli, who was named in two investigations by
Government could have terminated hospitals’ deal
Two members of the board tasked with evaluating the
COVID-19 and what matters
We can agree to hold Robert Abela to account
Konrad Mizzi’s former aide gets €30,000 direct order from Projects Malta
Alex Cutajar, a close aide to disgraced former Minister
Anatomy of collusion
Evarist Bartolo, the foreign minister, has drawn stiff criticism
‘Lost’ hospitals’ MOU found at Malta Enterprise, despite Kurt Farrugia’s denials
Declarations made earlier by Kurt Farrugia, CEO of Malta
What we know about the ‘lost’, and newly found, hospitals’ MOU
For over two years, the government has been playing
Government in long legal battle to stop publication of agreement now ‘missing’
In correspondence with the National Audit Office (NAO) in
NAO report shows ‘usual suspects’ involved in hospitals’ scandal
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi’s ‘friends’, consultant David Galea,
NAO report slams VGH hospitals concession deal
The National Audit Office (NAO) has slammed the deal
The Kon-rat Principle
In 2013 he was presented to us as the
Labour fought off last night’s action by PN but larger battle remains open
The government last night moved an amendment to the
Konrad Mizzi’s personal lawyer was the advisor he took to seal Montenegro deal
Despite the government’s reluctance to divulge the name of
Konrad Mizzi’s trips to Montenegro and the birth of a dirty energy deal
Former Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi visited Montenegro no less
Twist of irony: Sri Ram Tumuluri suing former business partner
The former chief executive of Vitals Global Healthcare, Sri
Steward: If not now, when?
During a press conference devoted to how seriously the
Life before and after ‘the war’
It takes a very short moment of reflection to
Labour’s playbook catches coronavirus
When they tell you it’s not about the money,
What is Steward Healthcare playing at with Malta’s public hospitals?
If there is one thing everyone agrees with in
A dirty bill of health
No well-governed country is immune from corruption. Normally, however,
The big pay off: A key hidden investor in Vitals Global Healthcare
One man is at the centre of all the
Journalists should be pussycats not watchdogs
The implications of last week’s court decision by Judge
Ministers’ ‘abusive language’ against journalists in Malta reported as threat
The “abusive language in regard of The Shift News”
If you’re consistent, you’re not credible
Every so often, we get an arresting view of
Truth slips: Is the Egrant inquiry the worst kept secret in town?
In the response filed in court by three Ministers
An allergy to responsibility
An epidemic is sweeping across Malta. It has already
Spotlight on threats against journalists in Malta in European report
“Burned in effigy. Insulted. Menaced. Spat at. Discredited by
The €1 deal on Malta’s public hospitals to get its day in court
“Delaying tactics” by the government have been rejected by
An epidemic of shamelessness
Konrad Mizzi, the Minister who negotiated the deal with