The Malta Independent 12 July 2024, Friday
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Updated: Judge turns down PN request to have State Advocate open case to recoup hospitals’ €400m

A judge has turned down a request by the Nationalist Party to have the State Advocate open a case to recoup €400 million which were paid by the government to the operators of public hospitals in...

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Abela does not exclude action against 'vindictive' Bernard Grech over 'perjury' in Vitals funds case

Prime Minister Robert Abela on Thursday accused Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech of being “vindictive” and of committing a criminal act in the form of perjury, and did not exclude...

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11 charged in investigation into customs fraud and corruption of public officials

In an investigation into customs fraud and corruption led by the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) in Valletta (Malta), 11 suspects were charged on Wednesday, including nine individuals (six...

TMID Editorial: The Church’s generous gesture

Good news is many times not given the importance it deserves. On too many occasions, when something positive takes place, it is quickly overcome by other pieces of information that speak of...

Chris Fearne set to be re-nominated as EU commissioner if court does not indict him

Former Health Minister Chris Fearne might still get the nod to become Malta’s European Commissioner if the court hearing his Vitals case finds there not enough prima facie evidence to indict...

Court hears from members of hospitals steering committee as case against Fearne, Scicluna continues

The case against former Health Minister Chris Fearne and Central Bank Governor Edward Scicluna and a host of others over the Vitals hospitals deal continues on Tuesday. Another 10 or so witnesses...

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