NSO confirms €1.2 billion deficit in 2021
Government finances remained under heavy pressure last year, with
National debt skyrockets to €8.4 billion, up by €266 million in first 2 months of year
Malta’s national debt soared by a further €266 million in
Labour pollster given 28 direct orders in four years
Labour pollster Vince Marmara has been given 28 direct
Abela borrowing €3.7 million per day
Prime Minister Robert Abela has increased Malta’s debt by
Government to borrow another €1.2 billion as forecasts go haywire
The government is planning to borrow at least €1.2
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It is incredibly hard to write about violence against
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The world hit a record daily Covid cases on
UN experts call for investigation into phone hacking claims
UN experts have expressed concern about allegations of the
Amnesty bid to revoke licence for the Israeli spyware company linked to Maltese citizen
Human rights organisation Amnesty International is demanding Israel reign
Alcoholics anonymous: Malta does not provide data on household expenditure
Figures released by Eurostat on Tuesday show that households

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