Despite Blockchain Island fail, MFSA claims ‘pioneering’ efforts ahead of EU rules
In the wake of EU legislation proposed to regulate
Msida primary school costs soar to €22 million with no completion date in sight
A new primary school in Msida, meant to be
New study: Development permits used as political tool in Malta
The number of granted development permits has skyrocketed since
Maltese companies investigated for links to €15 million EU funds fraud
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. A number of Maltese companies
70% of Maltese get news from social media, highest in EU
Malta has the highest rate in the EU of
Expert panel on migration calls for ‘attitude change’ from governments, EU
The European Union and member states need to change
Council u-turns on Mosta tree transplanting, debacle ‘represents larger issue’ – Graffitti
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Mosta Mayor Chris Grech announced
Warsaw media conference lays bare similarities between ‘troublesome’ EU states
Polish media experts on Monday at a conference in
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A hilarious local website exposes the absurd and ridiculous
Housing ministry rental reform to introduce limits already in place
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. An upcoming rent law reform
No lights at Marsa sports complex despite promised upgrades
Athletes at the Matthew Micallef St. John sports complex
No clarity on actions taken against ‘in principle’ cannabis licensee violating rules
The executive chairman of the national cannabis regulator, Leonid
As crunch time for SLAPP law approaches, stakeholders emphasise need to be ‘proactive’
With the end of year deadline for finalising negotiations
Asset freezes vulnerable to loopholes as enforcement authorities’ hands are tied
The authority set up to enforce court-ordered asset freezes
€5 million in Foreign Affairs Ministry direct orders since Borg’s appointment
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The Ministry for Foreign
Criminal lawyer questioned in witness payoff appointed to immigration board
Updated with additional information from insider sources Criminal lawyer Matthew
Report: 80% of journalist murders unpunished, EU less safe for media
Almost 80% of journalist killings have gone unpunished, with
PBS, Maltese Language Centre to benefit from culture ministry budget boost
According to budgetary estimates, the National Heritage, Arts and
Former public Mellieha green lung to be re-zoned for three apartment blocks
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. GAP Holdings’ Paul Attard,
Fish farm lobby advertises cleanup efforts but figures don’t add up
The Federation of Malta Aquaculture Producers, a fish farm
‘Silencing Freedom. Weaponising the Law.’ SLAPP suits centre of The Shift’s conference
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. A conference held by
Significance of SLAPP conference in Malta highlights journalists’ struggle, legacy
As European institutions tussle over the scope and reach
Police refuse to answer on lack of independent investigation into hospitals deal
The Malta Police Force has failed to answer questions
Libyan ‘catalogue of horrors’ militia conducts pushback from Malta SAR zone
Thirty people in distress on a small boat in
Cannabis club authority silent on first licensee rule violation
Leonid McKay, the government-appointed executive chairman of the Authority
Tarmac plant emitting potentially toxic fumes facing four-year-old enforcement notice
The controversial Bitmac tarmac processing plant at Tal-Balal Road
Gordon Debono using luxury yacht despite asset freeze
Fuel trader and alleged money launderer Gordon Debono is
Housing sector’s ‘severe lack of data’ leading to ‘reactive’ policy decisions
The National Statistics Office’s failure to collect a comprehensive
Bird trapping seasons opened under ‘smokescreen’ derogations from EU directives
Updated with map of trapping sites. Trapping seasons for
700 open, unenforced illegal development cases pile up at Planning Authority
The Planning Authority has yet to complete enforcement action

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