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Saviour Balzan is the founder and co-owner of MaltaToday. He has reported on Maltese politics and society for the last 30 years. In his early days he was actively involved in the Green lobby and later the Green Party. He put politics behind him two decades ago and immersed himself in journalism, working to set up newspapers such as il-Fehma, l-Alternattiva, The People and The Independent daily. MaltaToday was launched in 1999 and soon became the leading no holds barred issue oriented newspaper. In recent years he has been engaged in setting up the digital edition of MaltaToday and a Maltese Sunday newspaper Illum. He has also hosts a TV programme Reporter. In February of last year he published his first book ‘Saying as it Is,’ Volume I.
Medical visas investigation: Libyan’s death threats ‘were sent to himself’
National 16-01

Libyan middleman 'sent mobile phone death threats to himself', investigation reveals

That funny feeling
Blogs 16-01

"If the common denominator for any political party is based on how much of an asshole Muscat or Busuttil is, then really it is only a question of time before we elect a Trump as prime minister"

Lessons from London
Blogs 09-01

Some of our arguments about architecture, environmental protection and townscape in Malta must be fuelled by some decent reasoning, not one based on simply preserving everything as it is

Will anything change for them?
Blogs 02-01

I still believe that the biggest mistake in 2016, was the Prime Minister’s decision not to ask at once for Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri’s resignation

Looking back
Blogs 26-12

If this has been a crazy year it will be worse next year

FTS suppliers gave Bartolo aide ‘compensation’ for timely payments
National 21-12

HSBC cheques were delivered by hand by the former procurement officer of FTS, Edward Caruana

We are the Beothuks
Blogs 19-12

Perhaps the Institute of Maltese Journalists, instead of the Department of Information, could serve as a registration body for recognising people who are and who are not journalists

Police trace source of payments for property in FTS investigation’s final stages
National 19-12

Police investigation looking into financing of Rabat property built by Edward Caruana, the former procurement officer alleged to have exercised undue influence over the issuing of direct orders and other forms of procurement.

Ghaziz Varist,
Blogs 12-12

The procurement system must change, the culture of direct orders must go. And this system of persons of trust should be revisited, people at all levels must be accountable

Police probe Caruana links between Rabat property and phantom Gozo works
National 12-12

Police probe into corruption allegations in Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools investigating serious discrepancies arising from works not carried out – but paid for by the FTS – at the Nadur and Victoria primary schools in Gozo in the summer of 2015.

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