Government Gazette embroils lawyer in €140,000 direct order he never received
The Government Gazette has published details of a €140,000
From sheep to goats – Gozo’s ‘suspicious’ farms rise to 633
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The number of sheep and
Appeal filed in court against €600 million Magħtab incinerator tender
Multinational consortium Hitachi-Terna has contested the award of a
Decision on Manoel Island development postponed following UNESCO concerns
The Planning Authority has postponed its decision on whether
Judicial protest filed by whistleblower alleges social benefits racket cover up
A judicial protest claiming a coordinated cover-up by the
PAC investigation into Electrogas report diluted, drawn out with unrelated witnesses
An investigation into the contracts awarded as part of
Malta’s money laundering prosecutions spiked during greylisting, PQ confirms
Maltese courts saw a surge of money laundering and
Former transport minister confirmed as ambassador despite concerns
Former Transport Minister Aaron Farrugia has been appointed ambassador
Gozo hospital left ill-equipped by Steward resorts to mobile MRI machine
The Gozo General Hospital is operating a mobile Magnetic
Local Council joins eight NGOs in objecting to proposed Xemxija tower
The St Paul’s Bay Local Council along with a
Police officers resigning at increasing rate
Police officers are resigning from the Malta Police Force
Ousted minister’s ‘consolation’ job breaches ethics guidelines – PN
Former transport minister Aaron Farrugia’s nomination as Malta’s emissary
Disinformation Watch: Framing the Sofia public inquiry narrative
Following the publication of the Jean Paul Sofia public
Four storey Għajnsielem flats, shops approved despite case officer refusal
The Planning Authority has approved a permit to construct
Graffitti calls on Xemxija residents to oppose second ‘monstrous’ development
A recent proposal for a 13-storey tower in Xemxija
Portelli sold off Dingli apartments months before Planning Authority application
A newly proposed five-storey apartment block in Dingli was
‘Embarrassment to science’: Birdlife submits findings on trapping ahead of EU court case
Environmental NGO Birdlife Malta has submitted a report to
Gozitan developer’s Naxxar sheep farm proposal latest in a string of similar applications
Gozitan developer Francesco Raniero Grima is seeking Planning Authority
Developer seeks sanctioning of illegal Qormi Wolt Market warehouse
According to a Planning Authority enforcement notice, the Qormi
European prosecutors office busts EU-wide VAT fraud ring involving Malta
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office has busted an organisation
Fast ferry competitors join forces to get €4.5 million tender
Competitors Virtu Ferries and Gozo Fast Ferry have joined
Sofia inquiry: PN calls for ministers’ resignations as Abela commits to reform
Opposition leader Bernard Grech has called for the resignation
Sofia inquiry confirms state’s ‘irregular, incompetent, disrespectful’ deficiencies
A public inquiry into the death of Jean Paul
Better transparency and accountability in political advertising in new EU rules
New advertising rules adopted by the European Parliament on
Calls for transparency in Steward’s US financials mirror those in Malta
Steward Health Care is facing calls for transparency from
Malta conspicuous in absence from Paris summit on Ukraine
Twenty European Union heads of state are set to
Former director of Binance, company fined billions in US, living it up in Malta
Updated to include a right of reply by Alexandre
Environment Authority’s backyard garden works breach its own plans
The Environment and Resources Authority has failed to adhere
€11 million spent outfitting MBR Zejtun offices on top of €26 million lease
The Economy Ministry has spent more than €11 million
Planning Authority paves way for Enemalta’s rushed power plant
The Planning Authority is set to adopt amendments to

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