Evans concession assigned to Decesare/Weingard consortium despite faulty bid
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) has decided
Removed heritage expert brought back to save Valletta’s UNESCO status
Anthony Pace, Malta’s first superintendent for cultural heritage, who
Ggantija’s UNESCO World Heritage Site status at risk over plans for flats in buffer zone
UNESCO is in dialogue with the Maltese government about
Marsamxett quay project shelved in Infrastructure Malta ‘reprioritisation’
The construction of an upgraded ferry landing place in
Minister admits UNESCO has waited 12 years for Valletta World Heritage reports
Culture minister Owen Bonnici admitted that the government has
UNESCO ‘not concerned’ about ongoing Co-Cathedral works – Vella Gauci
Malta’s Ambassador to UNESCO, Gozitan Monsignor Joe Vella Gauci,
Valletta’s UNESCO World Heritage Site status at risk following government inaction
Malta’s capital city, Valletta, is at risk of losing
Sliema residents oppose Fr Marcellino’s plans for shelter for homeless youth
Residents in one of Malta’s most affluent neighbourhoods oppose
Criminologist to evaluate iconic Evans Building multi-million-euro tender
Prime Minister Robert Abela has put a criminologist and
Ministry, other scheduled buildings and Valletta seashore being privatised
The old fish market building on the water’s edge
Iniala Hotel partially clears rooftop irregularities
The irregular structures recently observed on the rooftop of
Iniala Hotel says it will remove rooftop illegalities after UNESCO battering
The owner of the Iniala Hotel on Valletta’s St
UNESCO comes down hard on Valletta’s Iniala Hotel as PA takes no action
UNESCO, the United Nation’s authority for protecting World Heritage
Big guns behind the Evans Building privatisation bids revealed
Months of resistance from the government to reveal the
Jean Paul Sofia vigil goes ahead as planned as thousands call for justice
The vigil for construction site victim Jean Paul Sofia
Legality of property deal with Knights questioned, foreign minister mum
Questions are being raised over the legality of a
PM warned of legal battle over Evans Building privatisation process
Prime Minister Robert Abela has been warned to handle
Renowned artist finally gets his Mintoff statue installed, in Paola 10 years later
Justice was finally served for one of Malta’s most
Drainage leaks from Valletta bastions under restoration
A section of the Valletta bastions known as the
Evans Building consortia want rival bidder disqualified over incorrect offer
The privatisation of the Evans Buildings in lower Valletta
Department of Contracts tight-lipped on Evans Building bidders
The Department of Contracts, which is usually forthcoming when
Katari Hospitality consortium offers €41 million for Valletta’s Evans Building
Six bidders have submitted offers to take a 65-year
‘Heroes, not criminals’: protesters demand El Hiblu 3 charges be dropped immediately
It will be exactly four years next week since
Auld Lang Syne
There seemed to be an air of impatience as
Popular Valletta tourist attraction to reopen after The Shift’s reports
The Fortress Builders – a modern EU-funded interpretation centre
Labour Party withdraws planning application with change of CEO
A planning application the Labour Party submitted last February
Modern EU-funded Valletta tourist attraction remains closed for over a year
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici and Heritage Malta, the government
56 months of injustice: ‘Our anger and outrage didn’t fade’
Fifty-six months from the brutal assassination of Daphne Caruana
Encroachment fees total €9.5 million since 2013
A total of €9.4 million was generated from fees
St John’s Foundation to replace CEO to give impetus to stalled €10 million project
St John’s Co-Cathedral Foundation – a joint administrative organisation

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