Son of murdered journalist warns World Economic Forum about harassment
The lack of action on the harassment faced by
‘We don’t need to wait for a total collapse to fight corruption’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia
International law enforcement is not keeping up with global
MEPs back plan to freeze funds for countries who undermine rule of law
The European Parliament has backed the European Commission’s proposal
1 in 5 pensioners at risk of poverty in Malta
The proportion of pensioners at risk of poverty in
Land is worth more than money
Land in Malta is the scarcest and most valuable
Khadija Ismayil joins hunger strike to free Azerbaijani political prisoners
Azerbaijani investigative journalist Khadija Ismayil has joined a hunger
Migration ‘crisis’ could reshape Europe
The latest shameful episode of Europe’s migration crisis is
‘Construction industry well beyond its carrying capacity’ – Church environment commission
The policy document on sustainable development completely ignores the
Death at the workplace: don’t let it happen again
The death of a 45-year old man injured in
Generosity à la carte
Much has been said about the annual charity telethon
Tunnel vision: turning Gozo into Malta
2019 is here and as Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
Alcoholics anonymous: Malta does not provide data on household expenditure
Figures released by Eurostat on Tuesday show that households
5 things to look forward to in 2019
We did it. We have survived another year and
2018: The year of the angry citizen 
The year which has now come to an end
Danske Bank named as OCCRP’s 2019 Corrupt Actor of the Year
Denmark’s Danske Bank has been awarded the undesirable 2019 Corrupt Actor
Occupy Justice calls for Delia’s resignation
Following media reports that opposition leader Adrian Delia’s wife
Bedingfield has ‘no concerns’ about corruption in Malta
Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield does not have any concerns
Bah! Humbug! A Happy Christmas to (almost) everyone
Two days before Christmas, Malta refused entry to over
Legacy on the line
Unsurprisingly, social media was awash with comments and posts
We don’t need no due diligence 
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) chief Joseph Cuschieri
Further arrests in anti-mafia probe involving Malta-based gaming firms
Two men who lead ‘Ndrangheta clans linked to Malta-based gaming firms
Democracy is dead, long live democracy
Word has it that when the Venice Commission report
Thousands of Hungarians protest against far-right government
Protesters took to the streets of Hungary’s capital for
Citizens of a parallel universe 
Living in Malta quite often feels like you’re in
Henley & Partners rake in €29 million from Malta’s cash-for-passport scheme  
Henley & Partners earned €9.7 million from Malta’s cash-for-passport
Poverty: reality vs perception 
Last week, Josanne Cutajar, a senior lecturer at the
Malta signs UN migration agreement despite Abela saying he would not
Malta signed a UN agreement that sets in action
Corruption costing Malta €725 million a year
Corruption is often deemed unquantifiable but a new report
The poster boy of democracy’s slow death
Konrad Mizzi has said he wants to complete the
Aquarius forced to end operations as Europe condemns people to drown
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and SOS Méditerranée announced this