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  1. Schembri accused of passport sale kickbacks by Busuttil

    Updated 10.10pm with Schembri reaction The prime minister's chief of staff received kickbacks from the controversial cash-for-passports scheme, the opposition leader claimed this evening, saying he had documented evidence to prove it. Simon...

  2. Court refuses PM's request to hear Egrant libel cases with urgency

    Updated 5.12pm - Added PM's comments A court has refused the Prime Minister’s request to hear libel cases against Daphne Caruana Galizia with urgency. Separate applications filed by the PM's chief of staff Keith Schembri were also...

  3. Watch: Europol can investigate trans-border corruption in Malta

    Europol can investigate trans-border corruption in Malta without needing the permission of the Maltese government or of another member state, director Rob Wainwright told the European Parliament. Claims of international corruption involving...

  4. 'I still think Malta is a Mickey Mouse country' - John Bundy

    Twenty-two years after the release of the original song, John Bundy says he is prepared to sing a sequel to the satirical track Pajjiż tal-Mickey Mouse (A Mickey Mouse country) unless the Maltese realise "politics is an opinion and not...

  5. Act fast to save financial services sector before it’s too late – ex-Central Bank governor

    “Do something quickly to save the financial services sector,” because “time is fast running out,” said former Central Bank governor Francis Vassallo. Mr Vassallo, one of the founders of Malta’s thriving financial services sector, said that Malta’s...

  6. ‘Mysterious Mrieħel poles’ probe inconclusive

    A set of four poles that appeared overnight on the Mrieħel Bypass left many confounded, including the transport authorities, who admitted they knew nothing about them. Erected a fortnight ago near the Malta Financial Services Authority, the highly...

  7. Watch: ‘I believe Keith Schembri’ – Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Joseph Muscat today reaffirmed his complete support for his chief of staff Keith Schembri. Opposition leader Simon Busuttil said yesterday that he had proof in hand that Mr Schembri took a €100,000 kickback on passport sales from...

  8. ‘Panama firms cannot be audited'

    Panama companies could not be audited because the jurisdiction lacked transparency, financial services law practitioner David Griscti has told the Times of Malta. Both Minister Konrad Mizzi and the Prime Minister’s chief of staff, Keith Schembri,...

  9. Electrogas power station is inaugurated as the 'cancer factory' is shut down

    The new Electrogas power station, conceived in controversy and delivered two years late, was inaugurated this evening with a promise of cleaner air as the use of heavy fuel oil was consigned to history. The new power station was inaugurated...

  10. Agreement reached on raising the national minimum wage - Muscat

    The government and the social partners have reached an agreement on raising the national minimum wage, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced in a tweet this afternoon.    Dr Muscat said he was proud of this accomplishment. The last time that the...

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