FOI request reveals Adreana Zammit’s pay almost tripled in only 8 months
A second contract signed between Transport Malta and Adreana
New companies making a killing from Transport Malta direct orders
Companies recently set up are making a killing out
Scandal: Minister Ian Borg’s buddy gets extraordinary allowance to boost his income
Minister Ian Borg’s chief canvasser, Jesmond Zammit, is being
James Piscopo becomes Zammit Tabona’s advisor
James Piscopo, the former CEO of the Labour Party,
Minister’s wife continues her private practice while appointed manager at Transport Malta
Transport Malta has set special working conditions for Deborah
Ferry service operator benefits from further concessions granted in contested extension
A highly contested three-year extension of a public concession
Transport Ministry spends €60 million on direct orders in 3 years
The Transport Ministry has dished out almost €60 million
Government makes u-turn on Gozo fast ferry service after eight years of stalling
A full eight years following the governing Labour Party’s
The rise and fall of James Piscopo: How Keith Schembri handed him the Black Spot
In Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island’, pirate captain Billy
No seaplanes… but Transport Malta to construct €90,000 slipway
A public tender issued by Transport Malta calls for
EXCLUSIVE: Fast ferry ‘war’ to move from Gozo to Sicily route
The Shift can exclusively reveal a looming commercial war
Concession for ferry service modified following objections
A Request for Proposals (RfP) issued by Transport Malta
Parts of Maltese coastline defaced by communities of caravans
The idyllic beauty of places, such as Little Armier
Mistra Bay restaurant owner on possible legal action against caravan plague
Restaurant owner Claude Camilleri has been battling far too
Blockchain company that partnered with government in 2018 is closing shop
Blockchain company Omnitude, which partnered with the Maltese government
Transport Malta paves the way for Marsascala developer
A recent decision by Transport Malta to drop their
Divide and rule
The streets of Malta are choked with cars, and
Government refuses to publish secret deal to transfer prime public land
The government should immediately publish the secret Memorandum of
Digging Malta (and Gozo) into a hole
The government is bulldozing ahead (metaphorically at least) with
Plans to transplant Selmun hill trees “bollocks”
Alan Deidun, a biologist and board member in the
Ecological impact of controversial Selmun hill project
Transport Malta’s plan to widen the existing road connecting