Failure to present PBS tax funding reports shows Minister, PBS ‘have something to hide’
Broadcasting Minister Owen Bonnici’s failure to present Public Broadcasting
PBS taxpayer funding reports nowhere in sight as Owen Bonnici, PBS remain silent
Questions surrounding the existence of obligatory annual reports by
Owen Bonnici spends €140,000 on ‘space policy’ – via direct order
Minister Owen Bonnici, who was responsible for Equality and
Questions raised about whether PBS has filed reports showing how it spent taxpayers’ cash
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is obliged to submit
‘Criminal libel resurrected?’: Alarm following Mark Camilleri criminal harassment case
The case in court against Maltese author Mark Camilleri,
The Valletta Green(washing) Festival and other fairy tales
As humanity faces the ever-present threat of climate change
Skeletons in the Cabinet: the stories ministers and parliamentary secretaries wish you’d forget
Fourteen members of the new government’s Cabinet – out
Human rights violator handed public broadcasting
The man formerly responsible for trampling on the free
Mariella Dimech, il-kap tal-aġenzija dwar il-cannabis, taqla’ 82,000 Ewro fis-sena
Read the story in English here. Mariella Dimech kienet
Cannabis boss Mariella Dimech on €82,000 a year
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Mariella Dimech, a former
Prove us wrong, Robert Abela
Newly-returned Prime Minister Robert Abela starts his fresh legislature
Out with some of the old
The new leaders have been appointed. These are the
Clues for the clueless
If only we had some clues about Joseph Muscat,
Owen Bonnici’s ‘band club protection’ law re-confirmed to be in breach of human rights
On Thursday morning, the Constitutional Court conclusively determined that
Resolutions in the land of collusion
Plague Year Two ended in a haze of smoke
Almost 20% of Labour MPs elected in 2017 are no longer in parliament
Close to 20% of MPs elected in Joseph Muscat’s
It should have been the other way around, Owen
If an apology must come with a caveat, then
Government is ‘either being incompetent or unwilling to listen’ – data law expert
The government is “either incompetent or unwilling to listen”
Crowd gathers for public protest calling for Speaker’s resignation despite weather
Crowds gathered in front of parliament today to call
Owen Bonnici – still slyly justifying hate speech
A conference about combatting and preventing hate speech held
Government ministry staff numbers jumped 14.6% in 2021, swelling total to almost 34,000
The number of employees in government ministries and departments
‘Killing the truth appears to be the safest crime in the world’ – Caroline Muscat
“As things stand now, killing the truth appears to
October’s media circus: how politicians dominate coverage
It is no secret that political parties in Malta
Better late than never, or is it?
Monday, 11 October, started as a day no different
Standards Down Under
“I have made it clear that if any of
A strategy for space: more hot air from Owen Bonnici
Malta is certainly in the gutter now, but Research
Social care regulator De Giovanni hires 74-year-old father as ‘junior lawyer’ in state agency
Labour candidate Katya De Giovanni, currently serving as chairperson
The dishonesty of double standards
Equality Minister Owen Bonnici, who has been condemned by

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