Minister’s aide helped businessman slash his tax bill, but ‘no evidence of corruption’ found
An investigation by the Commission against Corruption into former
Speaker walks off, rejecting adoption of Standards Commissioner report on Rosianne Cutajar
The third meeting of the parliamentary committee on Standards
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
The secrecy and the formula
Call it extra-sensory empathy or (if you really must)
Juventus coach under investigation for suspicious transactions involving Maltese company
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is under investigation by Italian
Working the institutions
On Sunday we woke to the news that Minister
PL, PN remain non-committal on termination of €274 million ‘illegal’ contract
Updated to include the PN statement issued immediately following
Of core principles and values
Ramona Attard, Labour Party president, regaled us with more
Allied Newspapers appointed its own auditors to internal graft inquiry
When Allied Newspapers launched an internal inquiry following allegations
Keith Schembri confirms that he is to be charged
In a lengthy post on social media, former OPM
Arrests, interrogations, and documents seized in Schembri-Hillman money laundering investigation
Updated to include statement by Progress Press The police
Attorney General turns down Simon Busuttil’s request for copy of Schembri-Hillman inquiry
Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg has turned down an official
Keith Schembri’s phone: a hypothesis
It’s the season to be jolly and put cynicism
Jimmy Magro to face corruption charges in court after three years
Next month the Court will be hearing a case
NAO confirms Planning Authority’s blunder over direct order awarded to Labour pollster
An investigation by the National Audit Office (NAO) found
AG’s presence on committee set to investigate Yorgen Fenech’s lawyers is in breach of law
Attorney General (AG) Victoria Buttigieg sits on the body
Access denied: Silvio Schembri blames Moneyval for purge of public records
Following criticism of the Malta Business Registry’s indiscriminate purge
Complex court battle looms as probe into Keith Schembri is in final stretch
The trickle of information over the past week on
Frenzied attempts to gain access to evidence on Keith Schembri is telling
Although Keith Schembri is unlikely to be arraigned in
Conclusions on Hillman-Schembri ‘graft’ inquiry expected shortly
Legal problems connected to disgraced former Prime Minister Joseph
A step closer, but miles away
As the news broke of the freezing of assets
Trouble with the truth
Every time new findings are exposed and the authorities
When continuity does not work
The Ancient Greeks would resort to an Oracle whenever
The Shift and Justice for Journalists Foundation launch weekly roundup of Caruana Galizia case
Together with the London-based NGO Justice for Journalists Foundation
Promises to conclude investigations into Pilatus Bank ‘too little, too late’
The Malta Police Commissioner’s recent revelations, after concluding investigations
Montenegro government ‘sloppy’ in its cover up of corruption in wind farm deal
Srdjan Milic, an independent Montenegrin MP who has written