AG’s presence on committee set to investigate Yorgen Fenech’s lawyers is in breach of law
Attorney General (AG) Victoria Buttigieg sits on the body
Attempt to bribe journalist highlights weaknesses
The alleged attempt to bribe a Times of Malta
Labour’s pandering to hunters and trappers may backfire
Saturday’s protest in front of the Prime Minister’s office
Government hid behind committee to breach EU law on renewed bird trapping
The government used the Ornis Committee, a supposedly-independent committee
Former European Court Judge Giovanni Bonello slams the Attorney General’s track record
Former judge at the European Court of Human Rights
Venice Commission ‘disappointed’ as it unpicks ‘rushed’ rule of law reform
The Venice Commission said in its latest Opinion last
Joseph Muscat’s diminishing influence as economy dips and priorities change
Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s unceremonious exit from politics
Complex court battle looms as probe into Keith Schembri is in final stretch
The trickle of information over the past week on
Local council slams ‘deliberate inaction’ by PA on Joseph Portelli development
The Qala Local Council has slammed “the deliberate inaction”
Frenzied attempts to gain access to evidence on Keith Schembri is telling
Although Keith Schembri is unlikely to be arraigned in
Joseph Portelli behind three large developments set to ‘change the character of Xlendi forever’
Property magnate Joseph Portelli and his associates are behind
Double injustice for family of victim mowed down by driver who fled
The suspended sentence handed to 28-year-old Mel Spiteri after
EXCLUSIVE: Chamber of Advocates ‘perplexed’ by appointment of Victoria Buttigieg as Attorney General
The Chamber of Advocates is “perplexed” at the appointment
3,500 tuna held in cages illegally for a year finally released
The 3,500 tuna held in two massive cages affixed
New Attorney General inspires little confidence in legal circles
The nomination of Victoria Buttigieg for the post of
Hubert Saliba, mayor and minister’s aide, denies seeking discounts for daughter’s therapy
Embattled Xewkija mayor and Gozo Ministerial aide Hubert Saliba
GWU makes a profit off taxpayers in jobs scheme meant to be run by foundation
The GWU was meant to run the government scheme
Gozo’s Labour feud spills into community cleaning
A feud among Labour protagonists in Qala has intensified
Broadcasting Authority ruling makes perverse situation worse
A ruling by the Broadcasting Authority (BA) this week
Constitutional reforms rushed through behind the Venice Commission’s back
Parliament last Wednesday evening unanimously rushed through Constitutional reforms
Chief Justice and Justice Minister now gatekeepers to complaints against the judiciary
The Commission for the Administration of Justice last autumn
The justice system is on trial, and getting a ‘Fail’
The courtroom drama in the compilation of evidence in
3,500 tuna remain drifting at sea in cages for close to a year due to illegality
Two months after the European Commission launched infringement proceedings
Police find ‘no wrongdoing’ in fraudulent declaration of ownership
In a case assigned to Assistant Police Commissioner Ian
Government in long legal battle to stop publication of agreement now ‘missing’
In correspondence with the National Audit Office (NAO) in
Club supremo retains hold of Knights’ fort due to inaction by Lands Authority
Pictures of the interior of a 300-year-old Knights’ era