Heading straight for the brick wall
That famous ‘40,000’. According to The Times’ survey published
The dishonesty of double standards
Equality Minister Owen Bonnici, who has been condemned by
UK redlisting: ‘dangerous’ for the economy, ‘weak’ PM must take action
Malta has been slammed with the UK’s red-listing and
Delusional vows won’t get us off grey list any faster
PN leader Bernard Grech pledged yesterday he would get
Delay, disrupt, distract: the oil scandal case stumbles on PL’s favourite tactics
Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti last week issued a blistering
Beware long covid, the epidemic’s sting in the tail
One in every 20 people infected with covid-19 will
The great tax diversion
Rosianne Cutajar acted as a broker in a €3.1
Fearne’s pig’s ear, running on repeat
There is a level of incompetence that verges on
Standing up for human rights, only when it suits us
China’s brutal dictatorship is without doubt one of the
Maltese government silent on whether it will seek access to German purchase of Dubai tax data leak
Malta government spokespeople have failed to respond to questions
Prison shouldn’t be a death sentence
A young woman died on 4 July. A 29-year
The Malta horror show, starring Nuxellina and friends
Standards Commissioner George Hyzler’s shocking report into MP Rosianne
Justice is not revenge
The horror of Miriam Pace’s killing at the hands
MFSA annual report suggests panic ahead of impending Moneyval audit
The MFSA underwent a frantic year in 2020 attempting
I was hungry, what did you do?
Many Maltese people these days would have to answer
As the penny drops
Those of us watching in disbelief as Labour supporters
FIAU tells financial services industry not to impose stringent grey list measures on locals
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) says financial services
Yet another perambulating farce
Assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s description of Manuel Mallia
The worst has happened
Eight years of government-sanctioned and protected rampant corruption, criminality,
The lonely pariah
There are moments still, that one has to shake
Bitter medicine
Clyde Caruana, Malta’s finance minister, has scuttled off to
The sixteenth of every month
Wednesday marked 44 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was
Pembroke sacrificed to the rule of degenerates
The Planning Authority’s decision to allow Silvio Debono’s DB
Tarnished gold
Finally, after far too many long years, the European
Playing into the hands of the underworld
Rosianne Cutajar, Ms Dimplechin, aka Nuxellina, she of Catania
U ejja, come on! We’re no longer hamalli
Central Bank Governor and former Finance Minister Edward “U
Lombard Bank fires legal challenge at ‘unconstitutional’ FIAU fine
Lombard Bank has filed a case protesting the “unconstitutional”
Twisted minds, warped realities
“To show men that crimes can be pardoned, and
The stench of rotten apples
Updated following clarifications received from Michael and Edward Zammit
Minister of Concrete on the Isle of Cement
“The tree which moves some to tears of joy