The Chamber of Advocates shoots the messenger
The Chamber of Advocates issued an incomprehensible statement last
Leaks from inquiry on migrants’ deaths aided Prime Minister’s political attacks
An investigation by The Shift has found two media
A call for wider, deeper reforms in Venice Commission’s guarded opinion
In an 18-page report filled with caveats, subtleties and
‘It’s complicated’: Over two years’ delay for a simple change in law
For a government that prides itself on its progressiveness
Uncertainty increases for Gozitan elderly as minister fudges parliamentary reply
After refusing to disclose the contract with Downtown Hotel
Prime Minister given evidence of inquiry 5 days before he was questioned
One of the things that emerge from scrutiny of
‘Time to challenge court practices’ – Chamber of Advocates
The President of the Chamber of Advocates Louis de
Developers, architects say changes to PA applications can ‘curb abuse’
Changes to the Planning Authority’s (PA) development application that
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule
Rule of law reforms reflect Prime Minister’s reluctance to shift power
If first impressions count, then the first impression of
Xagħra council gears up to fight ‘objectionable’ hotel in town square
The Xagħra local council has taken a unanimous decision
Sham enforcement risks end of spring hunting season, vulnerable species hit
The chilling video (below) released by Birdlife Malta last
Yorgen’s newest lawyer set to face grilling by investigatory committee
The young lawyer who appeared on the defence team
COVID-19: Downtown Hotel fails ‘minimum standards’ for the elderly
Health Minister Chris Fearne has not answered questions on
Labour fought off last night’s action by PN but larger battle remains open
The government last night moved an amendment to the
Leaked details on judicial reform get a thumbs down from experts
Senior justice sources have denounced the proposed reforms of
No reply from Lands Authority on inaction over apertures on Citadel ditch
The Lands Authority has sidestepped replying to questions on
Gozo hotel application returns to Planning Directorate as architect alters design
The application for a four-storey hotel in Xagħra Square
Name of applicant for hotel in Gozo changed again before PA hearing
An application for a hotel in Xagħra square that
Adrian Delia’s appointment of his lawyer to justice commission questionable
Adrian Delia’s recent appointment of his lawyer to the
New domestic violence commissioner walks into complex realities
The newly-appointed Commissioner for Gender-Based and Domestic Violence, Audrey
A complex landscape for new political forces to navigate
As the PN settles into a stasis – another
Harsh libel judgments are a disservice to journalism in Malta
The high financial damages inflicted on The Sunday Times
Reassigning hunting responsibilities an electoral boon to Gozo Minister
Although the idea of appointing a minister to be
Will Malta’s parliamentarians begin to serve their role in a democracy?
It’s not clear whether the recent order instigated by
Will the new police chief be another puppet?  
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s new system for the appointment
Will Labour’s dark horse flop or run?
On having to carry out tricky reforms or steady
Brussels set to intervene on Malta after European Parliament’s resolution
The massive tally of votes garnered by the European