Rebranded Projects Malta to pay €1 million to lease offices from AX Group
Updated to include reaction from AX Group Taxpayers are
PM’s office squanders €1 million in public funds to promote Labour propaganda
The Office of the Prime Minister last year squandered
The Valletta Green(washing) Festival and other fairy tales
As humanity faces the ever-present threat of climate change
PM misleads journalists on decision to award €250,000 contract to alleged criminal
Prime minister Robert Abela misled journalists asking about the
Qrendi developments linked with Joseph Portelli up for sale despite lack of permits
Two pending development applications filed by a company in
COVID concerns mount as health minister tests positive ahead of Pope’s visit
Health Minister Chris Fearne yesterday announced that he’d tested
Stonewalling politicians and word salad manifestos
One of the most striking aspects of Malta’s 2022
Planning Authority silent on prime minister’s conflict of interest in property deals
The Planning Authority (PA) has not responded to questions
Labour pollster given 28 direct orders in four years
Labour pollster Vince Marmara has been given 28 direct
Planning board member doubles as director of sales for Exante
A member of the Planning Authority’s (PA) planning board
Owners of Burmarrad Commercials gifted 65 year emphyteutical deed starting at €1 per month
Burmarrad Manufacturing Ltd was awarded a 65 year emphyteutical
Web of companies linked to Exante still operating through Malta in spite of Russia’s blacklisting
An investigation by The Shift has confirmed that a
Konrad Mizzi mum on how he met Yorgen Fenech
Disgraced former energy minister Konrad Mizzi did not provide
The Shift launches fundraiser to help battle 30 appeals by government entities
The Shift has launched a fundraising campaign to help
Abela silent on Muscat’s public building takeover
The Office of the Prime Minister has refused to
Sister of new education minister pocketed at least €25,000 from government jobs since 2020
The sister of new Education Minister Clifton Grima, Charlene
The €4 billion debacle: how the government mismanaged the VGH concession
The National Audit Office’s (NAO) comprehensive investigation of the
Agricultural lease evictions ‘detrimental’ to Maltese society
Amid rising panic among farmers being faced with eviction
Newsrooms, press freedom organisations rally against court records law
Six Maltese newsrooms, along with the Daphne Caruana Galizia
Former and current MPs milked OPM for ‘legal services’ worth €426,000 since 2017
A parliamentary question published on Wednesday revealed that the
PN files judicial protest against government over ‘fraudulent and corrupt’ Steward Healthcare deal
The Nationalist Party announced in a press conference held
Government is ‘denying reality’ on Steward Health Care deal
Opposition MP Adrian Delia on Monday accused the government
Magisterial inquiry underway into suspected abuse of EU Funds – junior minister in spotlight
Tens of thousands euros in EU and local public
BUDGET: Government ministries to spend €2.4 billion more in 2022 than in 2021
Last week, the government announced its 2022 budget, which
International press freedom organisations ‘will closely monitor’ implementation of public inquiry findings
Five international press freedom organisations have stressed their commitment
PBS erases news item about waterpolo official and Labour activist after call from Castille
A PBS news item reporting disciplinary action against a
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
Tribunal turns down Marsascala pool appeal, in line with secret deal reached in Castille 
The Environment and Planning Review Tribunal today rejected a

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