Watch what they do, not what they say
When you want to evaluate someone, don’t listen to
Over 3,000 building permits extended by three years
More than 3,400 development permits due to expire this
Leak of project development details in 2016 puts Gozo Minister in the spotlight
Updated to include response by architect Alexander Bigeni An
Mġarr Council has not objected to Fomm ir-Riħ project by Mayor’s cousin
Paul Vella, the developer behind the controversial project at
Some trees marked with spray paint will be removed for Central Link project
Infrastructure Malta has confirmed that the trees marked with
Transport Malta paves the way for Marsascala developer
A recent decision by Transport Malta to drop their
‘What the fuck, Joe’: Emails to PM reveal dismissal of abuse by developer
Email correspondence between a Labour Party activist and Prime
A toxic mix of planning and politics
The most unexpected aspect of the controversial permit for
‘Getting Things Done’ while everyone is stuck in traffic
Ian Borg may be ‘Getting Things Done’, but you
False neutrality isn’t non-partisan
The Council of Europe said this. Muscat said that.
Protests, pledges and politicians
Last Saturday’s environmental protest brought together many different parts
Keeping scrutiny at bay
Leadership style matters. The same situation can be handled
It’s about injustice, not only trees
We knew it already but the government’s actions underline
The shield and the bulldozer
In the blazing summer sun, anger at the building
Din l-Art Ħelwa slams ‘onslaught on heritage in the heart of Sliema’
Heritage organisation Din l-Art Ħelwa has raised the alarm
Raising the heat on the road
A protest against the Central Link project is planned
Pandora’s box at St George’s Bay
Opposition to the proposed City Centre by DB Group
Reach beyond the Dwejra night sky
The Planning Authority often gets it wrong when issuing
Incompetent workers, lack of regulation leading to construction industry ‘chaos’
The Chamber of Architects has described the collapse of
Big fish in a small pond
The permit given by the Planning Authority to Azzopardi
Bread and circuses at Ta’ Qali
The Eurovision song contest may soon be grabbing more
Arriving late by bus, for free
The electoral campaigns are building up. All sides are
Down the Gozo rabbit hole
It is impossible to support a road tunnel from
Where were you?
This is a guest post by Arnold Cassola. The
UPDATED: Malta Planning Authority ‘under siege’ by environmental activists
Moviment Graffitti has started a symbolic siege on the
Government refuses to publish secret deal to transfer prime public land
The government should immediately publish the secret Memorandum of
2018: The year of the angry citizen 
The year which has now come to an end
The Planning Authority’s top 5 profanities of 2018
This was again a good year for developers and
db Group denies St Julian’s land deal breached EU state aid rules
The db Group said it had “nothing to hide and
European Commission asked to ‘invalidate’ ITS deal
Former Alternattiva Demokratika chairperson Arnold Cassola is calling on