The Malta Independent 17 February 2020, Monday

Police scandal: ‘Witch hunt’ mounted to uncover whistleblower who reported corruption

A number of police officers have been openly accused of being the whistleblower who uncovered corruption at the Traffic Branch, in what sources have described as an ongoing “witch...

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‘I have not resigned and will not be resigning’ – Chris Cardona

Labour Party deputy leader Chris Cardona told The Malta Independent that he has not resigned. Nationalist Party media this afternoon reported that Cardona “is expected to resign” in...

Good governance will remain one of our priorities, PM Abela says

Prime Minister Robert Abela strongly stated on Sunday that good governance will always be this government’s priority in order to ensura that what occurred in the past will never happen...

Ferris takes exception to article about MTA appointment

Former Enemalta official Ray Ferris has taken exception to the story carried last week in this newspaper about his appointment as head of enforcement at the Malta Tourism Authority. He has...

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'Environment and planning strategies require a re-invention of the concept of urban living'

The time has come to recalibrate urban living, so as to include a more harmonious interaction with nature, increased innovation, better ideas, to foster a greater sense of community, and to leave a...

Officers investigating Traffic Branch fraud were told to ‘sit on the file’

Officers investigating claims of police corruption at the Police Traffic Branch, which was uncovered by a whistleblower, were told by senior officers to “sit on the file”, The Malta...

TMIS Editorial: A police force in tatters

If the Malta Police Force had any credibility left, it was torn to shreds over the last week with the uncovering of a major scandal within the Traffic Branch that could likely spread to other police...

Michael Farrugia must take political responsibility for collapse of police force – Delia

Michael Farrugia must take political responsibility for the collapse of the police corps under his watch, Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said today. More than 40 police officers are involved in...

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