Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
Prime Minister’s communications team – a band of party loyalists
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s large team of communications officials
First impressions: the governing party’s raft of electoral promises
In another instalment of The Shift’s 2022 elections series,
Labour pollster given 28 direct orders in four years
Labour pollster Vince Marmara has been given 28 direct
Abela silent on Muscat’s public building takeover
The Office of the Prime Minister has refused to
The press needs good faith not just new laws
What’s needed to implement the Caruana Galizia public inquiry’s
Sister of new education minister pocketed at least €25,000 from government jobs since 2020
The sister of new Education Minister Clifton Grima, Charlene
OPM gave same day approval for Caruana to hire Bogdanovic, no questions asked
Education Minister Justyne Caruana began the administrative process of
Condemning one’s own narrative
It was ultimately more surprising that a government spokesperson
Former and current MPs milked OPM for ‘legal services’ worth €426,000 since 2017
A parliamentary question published on Wednesday revealed that the
Sister of PM’s wife appointed to four different government boards since 2013
Alison Zerafa Civelli, the sister of the prime minister’s
Government ministries stonewall questions on number of employees in state bodies
Every single government ministry has ignored questions sent to
October’s media circus: how politicians dominate coverage
It is no secret that political parties in Malta
Construct Furniture shareholders awarded millions in government contracts since 2013
Construct Furniture, the company currently facing court proceedings over
OPM says it has ‘no documents’ on €120,000 golden handshake to Joseph Muscat
The Office of the Prime Minister is insisting that
Government is ‘denying reality’ on Steward Health Care deal
Opposition MP Adrian Delia on Monday accused the government
International press freedom organisations ‘will closely monitor’ implementation of public inquiry findings
Five international press freedom organisations have stressed their commitment
Prime minister awards direct order to law firm linked to his parliamentary secretary
A government agency falling under the direct responsibility of
Public gathering and protest swim at Marsascala Bay to defend ‘only open space left’
Residents and activists gathered in Marsascala this afternoon for
24 financial services companies surrender licences since greylisting
Twenty-four financial services companies have voluntarily handed back their
Repubblika warns prime minister to keep promises made after publication of public inquiry report
Civil society NGO Repubblika called on prime minister Robert
Repubblika slams police commissioner for sleeping on international arrest warrant from Pilatus Bank inquiry
Civil society NGO Repubblika today urged police commissioner Angelo
Malta Enterprise gives permanent job to former PL spokesman, and then sends him off on leave
Former Labour Party spokesman Nigel Vella has been given
EXCLUSIVE: Muscat paid €120,000 in secret golden handshake
Maltese taxpayers have been billed a hefty €120,000 to
No OPM records of meetings between Yorgen Fenech and Joseph Muscat
The Daphne Caruana Galiza Foundation expressed concern at the
Mizzi ‘still in London fleeing justice’
Konrad Mizzi, the disgraced ex-minister named in connection with
The weaponisation of information
Glenn Bedingfield’s testimony before the public inquiry Board today
Neville Gafa saying he ‘saved thousands of lives’ raises eyebrows
Neville Gafa’s statement that in court that he “saved

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