Search for new Gozo court site renewed as decade-old promise remains unkept
Plans for a new state-of-the-art courthouse in Gozo, promised
Former minister’s daughter reappointed Commissioner for Justice
The youngest daughter of former Justice Minister Jose’ Herrera,
Commissioner ‘felt no need’ to investigate details on Michael Farrugia’s ‘lie’ on Quad Towers
The Commissioner for Standards in Public Life told a
Sofia inquiry: ‘Clear’ that magistrate did not request an extension – Chamber of Advocates
The Chamber of Advocates has expressed “concern” over Prime
Opposition asks Standards Commissioner to investigate PM and Justice Minister
The Opposition has asked the Commissioner for Standards in
Government’s media experts committee tight-lipped at 18-month mandate’s end
The government-appointed ‘Media Experts Committee’ will be disbanding by
Drainage leaks from Valletta bastions under restoration
A section of the Valletta bastions known as the
Attard brags of ‘proactive SLAPPs role’ as government wages war on The Shift
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard was in Brussels this week
The silent and slavish Attorney General
Minister Jonathan Attard told Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg what
Disgraced former Attorney General Peter Grech gets a 10% raise
Disgraced former Attorney General Peter Grech has been given
Justice Minister puts his law firm’s employee on the public payroll
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard has put an employee from
Labour Party president ‘betraying Socialist principles’ gets more government handouts
Labour Party President Ramona Attard – accused yesterday by
Reporters Without Borders urges government to publish FOI study
Reporters Without Borders has urged the government to publish
Refalo adds forgotten Xlendi seafront apartments to assets declaration
Minister Anton Refalo has presented a new version of
Abela’s cabinet being less transparent with their earnings than Muscat’s
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s Cabinet is being far less
New cabinet recruits keep income under wraps despite code of ethics
Eight new cabinet members appointed by Prime Minister Robert
On reform laws being rushed through parliament, Council of Europe demands international standards are met
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatović
Government waters down board of inquiry’s protection for journalists
Even after the government-appointed committee of media experts submitted
Disgraced attorney general paid €7,000 a month for ‘transition period’
Disgraced former attorney general Peter Grech – notorious for,
‘The State’s money should not be used for political purposes’ – Standards Commissioner
Former standards commissioner George Hyzler on Thursday defended the
€350 and a day of dubious expenditure analysis later…
Gate-keeping information that’s meant to be released to the
Exclusive: Documents reveal ‘exorbitant’ fees charged by new justice minister’s law firm
Jonathan Attard, the 38-year-old new justice minister, charged a
Transport Minister Ian Borg keeps disgraced former MFSA boss on board
Transport Minister Ian Borg has decided to retain disgraced

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