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  • Three medical consultants join PN ticket

    Three medical consultants join PN ticket

    Three high-profile medical consultants will be contesting the next election on the Nationalist Party ticket. They are Nick Refalo, an oncology consultant and son of constitutional expert Prof. Ian Refalo, Jason Zammit, an orthopaedic consultant...

  • Schembri, Tonna refuse to provide loan proof

    Schembri, Tonna refuse to provide loan proof

    Updated 12.50pm - Added PM's comments The Prime Minister’s top aide, Keith Schembri, and Nexia BT boss Brian Tonna have not provided records of the bank transaction through which Mr Schembri claims to have loaned Mr Tonna €100,000 in...

  • Schembri, Tonna suspects in ‘proceeds of crime’ related to kickbacks from passports' sale

    Schembri, Tonna suspects in ‘proceeds of crime’ related to kickbacks from passports' sale

    Updated at 11.20am with Keith Schembri's statement The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit last year reported it had a “reasonable suspicion” that Keith Schembri and Brian Tonna were involved in money laundering or the proceeds of crime related...

  • FIAU report speaks of suspicions of money laundering’

    FIAU report speaks of suspicions of  money laundering’

    How did it start? The FIAU carried out a preliminary report on the Panama Papers leaks which was transmitted to then Police Commissioner Michael Cassar on April 7, 2016. As soon as he received the report, Mr Cassar left the police HQ never to return.

  • ‘I have no power to prosecute', AG says, amid passport kickbacks claim

    ‘I have no power to prosecute', AG says, amid passport kickbacks claim

    Attorney General Peter Grech yesterday defended himself from accusations that he had not taken any action despite having been in possession of ‘evidence’ of alleged kickbacks by the Prime Minister’s chief of staff for over a year. When contacted,...

  • Watch: Tonio Fenech bows out of politics after 20 years

    Watch: Tonio Fenech bows out of politics after 20 years

    A day before his 48th birthday tomorrow, former Nationalist finance minister Tonio Fenech – a prime figure in the Gonzi-led PN administrations – has decided to call it quits. Speaking to the Times of Malta, Mr Fenech, an accountant by profession,...

  • Gozo commuters saw red on May 1

    Gozo commuters saw red on May 1

    Hundreds of commuters crossing the Gozo strait on May 1 were stranded for hours in long queues, as only two of Gozo Channel’s three ferries were in service. Gozo Channel normally drops its usual schedule and operates a shuttle service between the...

  • Brian Tonna's Willerby Inc set up days after 2013 election

    Brian Tonna's Willerby Inc set up days after 2013 election

    The company involved in the latest corruption allegations surrounding the Prime Minister’s top aide, Keith Schembri, was set up just days after Joseph Muscat was sworn in, the Times of Malta can reveal. Investigations carried out by this newspaper...

  • Recruitment to continue during election campaign

    Recruitment to continue during election campaign

    Recruitment of new staff in the civil service, State agencies and related entities will continue even during the electoral campaign. Promotion exercises initiated prior to the announcement of the snap election on Monday would continue and be...

  • Election is a chance to save Malta from Muscat's corrupt gang - Simon Busuttil

    Election is a chance to save Malta from Muscat's corrupt gang - Simon Busuttil

    Updated with video Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil called the next election "an opportunity to rid Malta from a corrupt gang" led by Joseph Muscat. Addressing a rally at the PN headquarters this evening, Dr Busuttil said that during the...