The migration issue: the complexities left out of Bartolo’s pie charts
Days after the closure of Malta’s ports resulted in
Delayed justice: Questions linger on morbid deaths of foreign nationals
Five years ago, 22-year-old Justin Plette, went out to
Over €1 million in direct orders to James Fenech’s firearms company in 4 years
The company owned by arms dealer James Fenech has
No comment from ARMS on IT company services linked to massive data leak
Local water and electricity services company ARMS Ltd has
Malta is of ‘exceptional concern for press freedom’ – Council of Europe report
The Council of Europe’s platform for media freedom and
Public outrage at Mario Philip Azzopardi after vilification of MEP
Updated with Minister for Culture and Arts Jose Herrera’s
Size of Chinese embassy doubles since initial plans
The size and safety of a Chinese embassy, planned
Keith Schembri’s wife shareholder in roadwork company receiving millions in government work
Updated with follow-up revelations. Josette Schembri Vella, the wife
Surge in building permits given three-year grace period
A total of 18,518 development permits have been given
Majority of employers dissatisfied with government support – survey
The majority of respondents in a survey conducted by
Despite shift, Marthese Portelli says her stance on new building laws unchanged
Former Nationalist MP Marthese Portelli has argued that her
Repubblika members receiving ‘unprecedented levels’ of online hate following PM speech
Civil society group Repubblika said its members have received
‘Pandemic or not, we will never stop’ – international NGOs’ call for justice
A number of International Press Freedom organisations started their
‘Don’t pay for public health with people’s lives’ – doctors tell Robert Abela
Updated with the new number of signatories to letter
‘A terrible day for Malta, human rights and our nation’s legacy’ – NGOs
Updated with civil society group Repubblika’s announcement on court
Commission cannot comment on Malta’s decision to close ports
The European Commission has stated it cannot comment on
IMF warns Malta must address anti-money laundering deficiencies in light of economic risk
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised Malta to
Free healthcare for open centre residents, but no means of survival
All migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees living at the Ħal
‘Gozo COVID-19 case could have been avoided if patients had been relocated’
Updated Wednesday 8 April with news that a 92-year-old
Chris Fearne and Silvio Schembri avoid questions on start of air ambulances
Health Minister Chris Fearne and Economy Minister Silvio Schembri
Company marketing COVID-19 spyware linked to Maltese citizen arrested in US
An Israeli cyber-security company whose owner bought a Maltese
Over 3,000 building permits extended by three years
More than 3,400 development permits due to expire this
Reporters Without Borders to track coronavirus disinformation
International press freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders (RSF) launched
Outrage at ‘authoritarian’ Hungary after parliament endorses Emergency Bill
The Hungarian Parliament’s approval of a controversial emergency bill
Poachers taking advantage of reduced police resources due to COVID-19
Poachers are “taking advantage of reduced police resources,” according
COVID-19 business measures lift burden for many, but questions remain
While the third set of measures unveiled by the
Residents ‘scared’ as hole appears in apartments after construction works
Updated to include Townsquare’s response. A Sliema resident who
Emergency doctor appeals for non-essential construction to cease ‘immediately’
Emergency physician Jonathan Joslin made an appeal for construction
Report slams ‘weak’ response by Identity Malta on shady passport clients
Malta’s lack of enforcement in the highly-controversial Individual Investor
Projects Malta issued ITS site tender without necessary authorisation
Updated with Repubblika’s reaction The National Audit Office (NAO)