Taxpayers paid €611,000 for Saviour Balzan’s TV programmes for PBS
Over €600,000 have been used by the state broadcaster
PBS using millions of public funds irregularly, two-year FOI battle reveals
A Freedom of Information request has revealed that PBS
Tribunal warns Malta Enterprise ‘law not to be used to limit transparency, accountability’
The government agency tasked with attracting foreign direct investment
State broadcaster loses €5 million in 10 years despite €40 million in subsidies
The public broadcaster, PBS, has lost a total of
Saviour Balzan got direct order to market Film Commissioner Johann Grech
Saviour Balzan, the co-owner of Malta Today and presenter
Ex-cannabis boss gets government consultancy advising on drug prevention
Mariella Dimech, the government’s first cannabis regulator who was
Print newspapers given €150,000 in fresh public funds
The government has handed out some €150,000 of public
Tweets revealing Yorgen Fenech and Malta Today co-owner’s networks deleted
Leaked WhatsApp messages, apparently from businessman Yorgen Fenech’s phone,
Goverment still refusing to detail payments to Saviour Balzan despite The Shift winning all cases
The Maltese Labour Party government is ignoring scores of
Chief civil servant using MITA to buy positive government ‘news’
Tony Sultana, the principal permanent secretary who holds a
NAO: State broadcaster loses money across the board, despite €6 million in annual subsidies
Malta’s state broadcaster, PBS, has registered massive losses across
Opinion: Caruana Galizia’s nightmare still isn’t over
Almost six years to the day since Daphne Caruana
Journalists express dissatisfaction with ‘box-ticking, opaque’ media reform
Journalists and civil society members are unhappy with the
Why Robert Abela fears the truth
Why is Robert Abela always hiding the truth? Why
‘Media Experts Committee’ journalists made €18,000 each from still-hidden ‘reforms’ report
The nine members of the ‘Media Experts Committee’, tasked
Journalists admit receiving OPM payments to serve as experts
Journalists handpicked by Prime Minister Robert Abela to act
The Shift wins two more Court of Appeal FOI cases to total 14, five remain
The Shift has won another two Court of Appeal
Government’s media experts committee tight-lipped at 18-month mandate’s end
The government-appointed ‘Media Experts Committee’ will be disbanding by
Judge issues clarification on Fenech’s WhatsApp messages
Judge Edwina Grima on Monday clarified a decree she
Taxpayers footing thousands to keep Saviour Balzan’s public payments secret
The conclusion of 10 court cases the government filed
Robert Abela learnt a lot
Malta went through “some difficulties” in the last few
The Shift wins another FOI appeal case, bringing total court victories to 11
The Shift on Wednesday won another in its long
Saviour Balzan’s transparency
“I have no problem being transparent,” Saviour Balzan declared
The Shift wins another eight FOI appeals court cases
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The Shift on Wednesday won
Media experts committee ignored Saviour Balzan’s conflict of interest
The Media Experts Committee has said that there was
Balzan was justice ministry paid adviser while on media experts committee
MediaToday co-owner Saviour Balzan was on a paid contract
Gozo Ministry direct order for Saviour Balzan smacks of political propaganda
More behind-the-scenes pre-electoral machinations put into play by the
MGA throws €25,000 party at Corinthia London as part of PR extravaganza
The Malta Gaming Authority last year spent more than
Don’t ask questions if you don’t want lawsuits, PA lawyer tells The Shift
A lawyer for the Planning Authority suggested in court

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