Government amended local plans dozens of times while claiming ‘hands were tied’
Extensive changes to local plans regulating building heights and
Government faces backlash in Birzebbuga over development of LPG plant
The government is facing strong opposition from local council
New OHSA CEO given special contract to keep working privately
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Josianne Cutajar, the recently
Court rulings force Planning Authority to revoke permits after years of inaction
In the past ten years, 17 development permits approved
St Vincent De Paul ex-chief lands government role after telling staff she resigned to pursue private practice
Josianne Cutajar has been handed a high-level government job
Construction reform blocked by Cabinet to avoid losing votes, public inquiry hears
The public inquiry into the death of Jean Paul
BCA chief writes €55,000 cheque to himself following ‘fake termination’
Jesmond Muscat, handpicked by the government for the role
PA still ‘communicating’ with minister about illegal pool three months on
The Planning Authority is treating Minister Ian Borg with
Labour Party voter preference data leak: ADPD calls for IDPC investigations
Green party ADPD this morning called for investigations by
Data leak used to select only Labour-voting public service job applicants
A database holding the massive breach of the details
Zrinzo Azzopardi’s resignation, Labour apology demanded after IDPC ruling
Independent politician Arnold Cassola has demanded an official apology
Sliema and St Julian’s restaurants continue to illegally eat up public land
Sliema and St Julian’s have at least 17 pending
Health ministry spends €6.6 million in half a year on 324 direct orders
The Health Ministry issued a staggering 324 direct orders
Ousted construction regulator head blasts minister for ‘forced’ dismissal
Taxpayers might be forced into paying out some €200,000
€10k bonanza: Housing Authority legal aid scheme replete with ministers’ relatives and friends 
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti A Housing Authority scheme
Robert Abela reappoints Joseph Portelli’s architect as construction industry regulator
The government has once again bowed to the pressure
‘We need the truth about who is spying on everyone in Malta’ – Daphne Foundation
Referring to yet another complaint about notorious electoral data
Skeletons in the Cabinet: the stories ministers and parliamentary secretaries wish you’d forget
Fourteen members of the new government’s Cabinet – out
Health Ministry gives €36 million in direct orders in 6 months, Franciscans clarify their position
Updated to include a statement by the Province of
C-Planet fined €65,000 for voter data breach
C-Planet IT Solutions Ltd, the company that infamously hit
Magisterial inquiry underway into suspected abuse of EU Funds – junior minister in spotlight
Tens of thousands euros in EU and local public
Prime minister awards direct order to law firm linked to his parliamentary secretary
A government agency falling under the direct responsibility of
Government allocates €200,000 in EU funds to Portelli’s illegal project
A stretch of rubble walls, built illegally on idyllic
European NGO files complaint about leaked voters’ data in Malta
A European Center for Digital Rights, noyb, has filed
No comment from ARMS on IT company services linked to massive data leak
Local water and electricity services company ARMS Ltd has
Data protection laws violated 30 times in 7 years, minimal fines
The violation of Data Protection Laws in Malta resulted
Data Leak unravels Zrinzo Azzopardi’s client list, and its ties to the Labour Party
While Malta is effectively on lockdown, Malta’s personal data

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