Permit applications by architect in Kordin collapse still being approved
Adriana Zammit, the architect responsible for the Kordin construction
ERA objects to work done on private property during Nadur road project
The Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has told the
Putin suspends tax treaties with Malta and 37 other ‘unfriendly countries’
Russian President Vladimir Putin this afternoon signed a decree
Abela increased debt by €3.5 billion as Malta faces new EU deficit procedure
Since taking the helm of the country in January
Michael Farrugia: Another shameless liar – Kevin Cassar
Former minister Michael Farrugia is a liar.  That was
€13 million in new direct orders for beds for the elderly in six months
The Active Ageing Ministry has handed out another €13
Project Green to rent offices for €400,000 a year, but that’s par for the course
Project Green – the new government agency aiming to
‘Added stress’ for cancer patients sent to MCCF for funding – Puttinu Cares
Malta’s public healthcare system directs cancer patients to charities
Air Malta chairman’s contract under EU scrutiny for breach of state aid rules
A consultancy contract awarded to David Curmi by Finance
Government’s ‘trusted’ private jet company chairman in UK court
Thomas Flohr, chairman of the government’s ‘trusted’ private jet
Judge bashes poor court administration for leading to miscarriage of justice
A senior Judge of the Superior Courts had strong
Amnesty International concerned rule of law reforms ‘insufficient or superficial’
Amnesty International has expressed concern that Malta’s rule of
Armenian community calls for Malta’s support in Azerbaijan crisis
The Armenian community in Malta organised a demonstration on
US taxman starts criminal investigations into Malta pension plan abuse
The United States Internal Revenue Service is making an
Iniala Hotel says it will remove rooftop illegalities after UNESCO battering
The owner of the Iniala Hotel on Valletta’s St
Clyde Caruana admits he misled parliament
In yet another letter to the Speaker of the
Pharmacists concerned about supply of chemotherapy medication by President’s Foundation
Pharmacists have raised concerns about their ability to continue
Finance minister and Air Malta hid chairman’s terms for 18 months
It took over a year and a half for
Money stolen by SMS scammers found in Maltese banks by Spain’s Guardia Civil
101 people have been arrested in Spain by the
Self-suspending her self-suspension – Kevin Cassar
“As a lone individual, as a woman, I managed
Farmer’s eviction confirmed, paving way for ‘compromised’ WasteServ project
A court of appeals decision last week confirmed an
FOI reveals Caruana lied to Parliament, Air Malta chair paid €21,500 a month
While Finance Minister Clyde Caruana informed Parliament just before
22-year environmental battle won as court confirms Hondoq permit denial
A 22-year battle to preserve Hondoq ir-Rummien Bay in
Trouble brewing now at a second CareMalta home for the elderly
“Vague contractual obligations”, according to Active Ageing and Community
What the inquiry truly revealed – Kevin Cassar
On that fateful December day when a Kordin building
No surprises as Bonnici Group manages to submit the lowest incinerator bid
There were no surprises this morning at the Department
BOV says board member working for rival bank has no conflict of interest
A member of Bank of Valletta’s board of directors
Journalists admit receiving OPM payments to serve as experts
Journalists handpicked by Prime Minister Robert Abela to act
Court orders media ban on criminal cases against judiciary members
The media has been banned from reporting on the
Eliminate systemic failures or it’s ‘only a matter of time before someone else is killed’
Unless Malta undertakes urgent and extensive reforms to eliminate

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