The sixteenth of every month
Wednesday marked 44 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was
PAC hearing highlights unexplained pay-out arrangements between Electrogas shareholders
The public accounts committee today slammed witness Paul Apap
From humble garages to lawless fiefdoms: Ghaxaq’s concrete belt exposed
Updated to include answers from the Planning Authority. An
Malta is EU laggard in COVID digital certification process
Malta is one of only three EU member states
More promises at international level that government will protect journalists, end impunity
The government has adopted multiple Council of Europe (CoE)
Jason Micallef’s foreign interference
President George Vella called for an end to politically
Tribunal turns down Marsascala pool appeal, in line with secret deal reached in Castille 
The Environment and Planning Review Tribunal today rejected a
‘Huge relief’ for family of Jan Kuciak as court overturns acquittals for journalist’s murder
Following the news that Slovakia’s Supreme Court overturned the
The caravans saga continues: police officers increase regular patrols at Mistra Bay
Authorities have stepped up enforcement efforts in Mistra Bay
Repubblika launches proposals for ‘fair, free elections’
Civil society NGO Repubblika launched a document containing a