Enemalta hiding losses of tens of millions of euros after being stripped of major assets
Malta’s only energy provider, Enemalta, has been racking up
Transport Malta gave PL events organiser 20 direct orders worth €424,000 on a single day
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. TEC, the events
€1 million for propaganda agents as Labour TV shunts more staff onto public payroll
Taxpayers will be spending more than €1 million a
State-sponsored impunity: no action taken against Anton Refalo for possession of protected artefact
Reconfirmed Cabinet minister Anton Refalo, who was revealed by
Government pressured to oust Serracino Inglott from Medicines Authority on claims of extreme nepotism
The pharmaceutical industry, mainly importers of pharmaceutical products and
Police investigate fresh claims of corruption at Identity Malta
The economic crimes unit of the Malta police force
Report being prepared by Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe reflects ‘serious violation’
The report being prepared by the Parliamentary Assembly of
Labour consolidates hold on public service through permanent secretaries
Barely four weeks after the general elections, the newly-returned
Anglu Farrugia claims Rosianne Cutajar details were sent to PACE 3 months ago
The office of re-appointed Speaker Anglu Farrugia has finally
National Theatre has been funding Azzopardi’s plays for 8 years
Teatru Manoel – Malta’s National Theatre – has been
Malta listed as ‘inactive’ country on Open Government Partnership platform
Following initial warnings from the Open Government Partnership (OGP)
NSO confirms €1.2 billion deficit in 2021
Government finances remained under heavy pressure last year, with
Gozo Square project riddled with shortcomings, final bill more than €2 million over budget – NAO
A small, supposedly uncomplicated project in Gozo – the
Farewell to welfare
The welfare state sees the government as the guarantor
Cabinet secretary stonewalls on new €30,000 payment to disgraced ex-minister Justyne Caruana
Cabinet Secretary Mario Cutajar has refused to disclose whether
Looking back to move forward
Injustice, in one form or another, is the subject
Malta whistleblower protection law ‘not fit for purpose’ – Pieter Omtzigt
The General Rapporteur to the Parliamentary Assembly of the
Foundation for Medical Services riddled with employment and financial irregularities – NAO
The Foundation for Medical Services (FMS) – run by
An epidemic of fiscal mismanagement
The latest report from the National Audit Office (NAO)
The vandalism of distortion
“The PN has nothing to offer this country and
The Electrogas hockey stick
The EU could end up helping accused murderer Yorgen
Labour-linked lawyer Maria Cardona chairs four government boards at the same time
A lawyer with clear links to the Labour Party
Miriam Dalli refuses to give parliament information on public cash grants to developers
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli has again refused to reveal
Moonlighting MCAST Principal paid two government salaries, taking home €117k a year
The Principal of MCAST, James Calleja, was given a
Central Link road contractors’ consortium among ‘frontrunners’ of bidders for Marsaskala marina
A group of wealthy contractors, considered to be very
Konrad Mizzi presents belligerent defence of Electrogas project during stormy PAC meeting
Disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi began his testimony to
Jittery moves and election chatter
Rumours of a late November general election have exploded
UPDATED: Adrian Delia takes on SVDP direct order recipient James Caterers as legal client
Updated to add Adrian Delia’s comments. Shortly after stepping

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