Opinion: Triple whammy
Elwyn Brooks White is probably best known as the
Europe’s new media freedom law set to cause problems in Malta
European Parliament and Council negotiators agreed on Friday on
Curia gets €5 million for restoration works on churches, properties
Malta’s archdiocese will receive €5 million from the government
Mistra Village encroachment on roads a ‘safety necessity’ – local council
The construction of a boundary wall surrounding the former
The Shift for IPI: Future of Malta’s journalism, freedom of expression rests on hope of reform
While the Maltese government pats itself on the back
Malta slammed for lobbying for spyware use on journalists amid mounting media freedom failures
The Maltese government’s lobbying to allow legal surveillance of
Opinion: Not where she belongs
Read a translation of this opinion piece in Maltese.
Sacked Enemalta boss rewarded with another top government role
Jonathan Cardona has been transferred back to his former
Wied Żnuber rezoning raises fresh questions on model airstrip project
The government’s proposed changes to local plans regulating the
Ian Borg: Church initiated property negotiations due to Malta’s ‘new realities’
The ongoing negotiations between the church and the government
Enemalta spent €10,000 on CEO publicity weeks before grid disaster
Enemalta spent €10,000 on a sponsored interview for its
Bookings with Air Malta’s replacement start over the phone with no website
Passengers trying to book flights with Malta’s new national
UPDATED: Air Malta’s nameless replacement misses first milestone, doesn’t take bookings
Updated to include KM Malta Airlines statement following The
Public service chief in spending spree on parties, propaganda, Labour suppliers
This article is available in Maltese. The head of
Ex-PA boss moved to ministry after PM’s advisor replaces him in €100,000 job
Martin Saliba, the former executive chairperson of the Planning
Migrant workers account for a third of Malta’s labour force, up 23% in ten years
As Prime Minister Robert Abela’s government hurriedly introduces policies
Former minister and his personal assistant put on Transport Malta board
Former transport minister Joe Mizzi and his personal assistant
Opinion: Bravo Clayton
Clayton Bartolo has done it again, messing up so
Malta’s €600 million incinerator project: conflicts, accusations and controversy
This week’s close scrutiny of a €600 million contract
Domestic violence: cases filed in October scheduled to start in January 2025
Victims of domestic violence face waits of over a
Petition against Penza tarmac plant in Mqabba gains ground
Thousands of residents of Mqabba, Qrendi, and Safi have
PA inundated with objections over controversial Birzebbuga public land project
The Planning Authority has received more than 300 written
Air Malta needs ‘more time’ to shed light on multi-million euro consultancy costs
Air Malta has not yet been able to collate
List of public property concessions not of public interest, government says
The government has refused to publish details of public
Lou Bondi denies conflict of interest in new contract with tourism ministry
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Former Nationalist Party communications
INDIS confirms inaction on SME park taken over by Joseph Portelli
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri has confirmed that an industrial
Penza owes HSBC over €1 million as government approves his business venture on public land
Developer Carmelo Penza, who also owns tarmac and concrete
Opinion: Missing the wood for the trees
Robert Abela stood outside parliament answering questions about the
Government takes another step to allow Birżebbuġa land grab
The government has taken what appears to be another
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