Ninth FIAU fine thrown out in another constitutional court challenge
The courts have ruled against the Financial Intelligence Analysis
‘The timing is suspicious’ – NGOs question Armier ‘cleanup’
Works carried out using heavy machinery at Armier Beach
€130,000 spent on marketing Stabbiltà scheme, government shy on details
The government has spent some €130,000 to promote the
Majority of government’s 260 leased properties rented since 2018
The vast majority of private properties being leased out
Owner of steel fabrication business now another sheep farmer in Gozo
The owner of a Gozitan steel fabrication business is
Disinformation Watch: Yes, Cabinet does need to declare spouse’s assets
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s denials in the press last
Malta among states lobbying for child migrant imprisonment in EU pact
Malta was one of a group of EU member
One architect behind two thirds of Gozo sheep farm applications, NGOs object
Since mid-2022, the Planning Authority has seen more than
Rosianne Cutajar drops Mark Camilleri libel case avoiding court questioning
Ousted Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar dropped a libel court
Gżira construction site collapse ‘consequence’ of government inaction – ADPD
The collapse of a building facade and scaffolding at
Newly launched trade and tenants’ union to fight for level playing field
A new independent trade union has been launched to
Malta crowned ‘SLAPP country of the year’ for abusive, deterring lawsuits
Media freedom NGO Coalition Against SLAPPs in Europe (CASE)
Gig workers make up 5% of Malta’s workforce, latest NSO data shows
Gig workers, self-employed individuals who are assigned work through
Auditor General asked to investigate controversial Evans building concession
Auditor General Charles Deguara has been asked to investigate
Hundreds call for halt to Portelli Miżieb development, petition sent to MPs
A petition calling for a halt to the planned
Concerns about protected Għar il-Friefet reignited as planning refusal appealed
An application to demolish and replace a house with
Broadcasting Authority shuns complaint against ONE despite misleading reporting
The Broadcasting Authority, the regulator meant to ensure factual
REVEALED: Air Malta’s consultants got €80,000 a month pay rise after failing
Knighthood Global, the airline consultancy company contracted by the
Deo Scerri was chairman when BOV decided on loans now sold to company he advises
Updated with response from Bank of Valletta. Deo Scerri,
Steward faces ‘grave financial distress’ in US, ‘contemplates selling off hospitals’
US-based hospital company Steward Healthcare may soon start closing
Tweets revealing Yorgen Fenech and Malta Today co-owner’s networks deleted
Leaked WhatsApp messages, apparently from businessman Yorgen Fenech’s phone,
Proposed EU anti-money laundering law will step up checks and balances
A provisional agreement on a new anti-money laundering law
Wasteserv downplays sensitive data sharing in incinerator tender, calls case ‘fishing expedition’
Government waste management company Wasteserv and the Department of
Two directors behind Konrad Mizzi associate’s chosen investment firm obtained Maltese citizenship
Two directors for Malta-based investment firm XNT, recently linked
Maltese, Italian prime minister drop out of Libya energy summit
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his Italian counterpart Giorgia
Court report shows Air Malta copied Alitalia’s mistakes with same consultants
Air Malta, the beleaguered national airline set to fold
Concerns about independent media joining political propaganda outlets
The recent establishment of the Association of Media Owners
Standards Commissioner decision on Abela ‘promotional’ video sets wrong precedent – Cassola
Standards Commissioner Joseph Azzopardi ruled that a 2022 sponsored
Abela’s new cabinet to cost more than €21 million a year in salaries
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s cabinet reshuffle, unexpectedly announced on
Opinion: Orange Jesus
“The things we do for Orange Jesus”, Republican Congressman

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