Forty-seven months
It’s been almost four years since the brutal assassination
Joseph Muscat: Hero of two worlds
He was one of those rare people who, despite
GWU lands €109 million jobless scheme deal despite cheaper rival bid
A company owned by the General Workers Union and
Constitutional reform process dormant as committee fails to meet for nine months
A bipartisan committee set up under the auspices of
The secret plans of Ian Borg
There’s something very disturbing about what’s happening in Marsascala
Gozo Channel ordered to issue ‘forgotten’ pier tender after The Shift’s report
A ‘forgotten’ tender, for the provision of fenders and
The Fall
“You are a father and a family man, what
Home Affairs minister refuses to explain ‘expertise allowance’ award to PL crony
The government is refusing to explain why former PL
€32 million Naxxar disability hub abandoned for two years; minister stonewalls queries
A multi-million-euro government project to provide accommodation and other
New €1.6 million Cirkewwa pier still unusable two months after inauguration
A new €1.6 million berth in Cirkewwa, inaugurated by
A strategy for space: more hot air from Owen Bonnici
Malta is certainly in the gutter now, but Research
PM set to award new, multi-million euro direct order to DB Group/James Caterers
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s government is in the final
A parliament of larcenists
Maltese taxpayers are the victims of a merciless, unending
Golden handshakes: double payouts for reinstated politicians
At least four reinstated cabinet ministers are in line
The great deceiver: why Sant’s toxic ideas are always deadly
Three days ago, failed former prime minister and supreme
Social care regulator De Giovanni hires 74-year-old father as ‘junior lawyer’ in state agency
Labour candidate Katya De Giovanni, currently serving as chairperson
Heading straight for the brick wall
That famous ‘40,000’. According to The Times’ survey published
‘Public Service Week’ media hype cost taxpayers €300,000
A week-long media campaign organised in June by public
The dishonesty of double standards
Equality Minister Owen Bonnici, who has been condemned by
Expanded list of Maltese PEPs extends scrutiny to much larger pool of connections
The conduct of the personal financial affairs of many
Scores of jobless scheme workers assigned to Gozo local councils, parliament told
The government’s jobless scheme has sent scores of workers
The great tax diversion
Rosianne Cutajar acted as a broker in a €3.1
Fearne’s pig’s ear, running on repeat
There is a level of incompetence that verges on
The Malta horror show, starring Nuxellina and friends
Standards Commissioner George Hyzler’s shocking report into MP Rosianne
FIAU tells financial services industry not to impose stringent grey list measures on locals
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) says financial services
Yet another perambulating farce
Assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s description of Manuel Mallia

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