The two deckchair operators at Blue Lagoon: Joseph Portelli’s associate and the brother of a Labour MEP
The associate of construction tycoon Joseph Portelli, Daniel Refalo,
Activists take back Comino’s Blue Lagoon, remove all deckchairs from beach
Moviment Graffitti activists cleared out deckchairs and umbrellas from
Mgarr Mayor slams solar farm project, calls it ‘theft of Malta’s environment’
Mgarr Mayor Paul Vella spoke out on Saturday against
Widespread condemnation for Ray Bezzina move to DB Group amid claims it threatens Party’s credibility
Large numbers of PN voters have expressed their outrage
El Hiblu 3: ‘It takes courage to stand up for human rights’
Yet another witness testifying in the three-year long case
Joseph Portelli’s planned developments in Qrendi ‘ignore the rights of existing residents’
The Planning Authority’s evaluation process for two connected development
Qrendi developments linked with Joseph Portelli up for sale despite lack of permits
Two pending development applications filed by a company in
Stakeholders put forward their election demands
As the 2022 general elections campaign is in full
14 NGOs hold protest against gender-based violence
“I am tired of holding keys in my hand
‘You should be ashamed’ – Gozo land grab residents stage protest in front of Curia
A group of Gozitans, supported by activists, staged a
Din L-Art Helwa Gozo welcomes refusal of development application in Gharb
Gozo residents breathed a sigh of relief following the
Objections mount against Joseph Portelli’s ODZ swimming pool in Gozo development project
Xagħra’s local council and six eNGOs have filed objections
Joseph Portelli asks Planning Authority to sanction illegal excavation works in Qala
In the latest twist in a long-running saga, Gozitan
Prison Director General Dalli suspends himself after 13th death on his watch
The Home Affairs Ministry has officially confirmed that the
Planning Authority restricts access to public objections on its website, retracts decision
Updated to reflect the PA’s retraction of its decision
Four bids submitted for Marsascala marina deal, as process proceeds in defiance of public outrage
Four bidders, including two consortia, have formally submitted their
Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
Planning travesties: residents’ and NGOs’ objections increase, but has anything changed?
Over the past few years, residents and environmental NGOs
Public gathering and protest swim at Marsascala Bay to defend ‘only open space left’
Residents and activists gathered in Marsascala this afternoon for
Marsascala marina protest draws hundreds as speakers demand bay is defended from attacks from rich people
“This whole issue has served one, good purpose: many
The secret plans of Ian Borg
There’s something very disturbing about what’s happening in Marsascala
Marsascala residents and activists oppose yacht marina project in strong turnout, announce protest
“This is a national issue: we are fighting against
Court’s ‘chief security officer’ harasses journalist, demands phone to delete photos
The Shift journalist Julian Delia was harassed outside the
‘They asked us if we’d be carrying placards’: Are COVID rules being used to stifle protest?
An NGO dedicated to the promotion and safeguarding of
The stench of rotten apples
Updated following clarifications received from Michael and Edward Zammit
Party financing must be overhauled if Malta’s to emerge from its distorted democracy – Graffitti
Malta is suffering from a “distortion of democracy” whereby
Construction sector chaos leads to public protest on Tuesday
All those “angry, fed up and worried” about the
2018: The year of the angry citizen 
The year which has now come to an end
NGOs welcome rent reform proposals but warn they ‘will not solve all the problems’
A coalition of NGOs has welcomed the rent reform

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