Multi-million euro illegal gambling activity remains unchecked in Malta
An ongoing investigation by The Shift has uncovered a
Greeks bearing gifts
In the epic poem ‘Aeneid’, the Roman poet Virgil
Court decisions against FIAU to remain ‘secret’
Court challenges to hefty administrative fines being dished out
Police take action on Gordon and Yvette Debono one year after the horse bolted
Gordon and Yvette Debono, the couple whose names have
No charges yet in sight despite police ‘show’ and leaks
As the mainstream media are being drip-fed leaks by
What happens in Vegas can’t stay in Vegas: MFSA chief, a friend, and a client accused of murder
As pressure from European financial authorities mounts on the
The legacy of a few men
The world is aware that Malta, under the premiership
Your cowardice and greed killed Daphne
It’s a strange coincidence that my 100th column for
Complex court battle looms as probe into Keith Schembri is in final stretch
The trickle of information over the past week on
‘Move to freeze Schembri’s assets underlines importance of public inquiry’
The Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has
A step closer, but miles away
As the news broke of the freezing of assets
Race against time to please Moneyval
Weeks before a crucial and possible devastating decision which
Malta gets another downgrade at crucial juncture for financial services industry
Malta’s lucrative financial services industry and its international ranking
Why fix what you can hide?
In their latest attempt to make things look better
Malta Business Registry purges data of tens of thousands of dodgy companies
The Malta Business Registry has erased the records of
Promises to conclude investigations into Pilatus Bank ‘too little, too late’
The Malta Police Commissioner’s recent revelations, after concluding investigations
Malta is highly contagious
There’s a plague raging on the streets of Malta,
MFSA awards former editor Rachel Attard €43,000 direct order
The Malta Financial Services Authority has awarded a €43,000
Malta plummets 60 places in one year in anti-money laundering index
Malta has plummeted 60 places in the span of
The case of the missing memo
Things disappear in Malta. The island is prey to
It’s time for Peter Grech to go
The former Head of the economic crimes unit has
Former Economic Crimes Unit chief admits to police inaction on scandals
The second testimony of Ian Abdilla, the former head
It looks bad because it is bad
“It looks bad, but it’s not.” So said Edward
Call for Ali Sadr’s extradition to Malta after US government drops case
The US government has dropped its case against Iranian
Empty words and technicalities
“No thanks, we’ve already got some.” That was the
‘Slow progress’ on reforms to tackle money laundering and corruption
The European Commission has expressed concern over Malta’s ‘attractiveness’
Economic uncertainty ‘a breeding ground for fraud and financial crime’
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges in the
IMF warns Malta must address anti-money laundering deficiencies in light of economic risk
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised Malta to
Scandal games for quarantined kids
Social distancing, shop closures, and work from home have
A crook led by crooks
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