This fish rotted from the head down
There’s no proof that the government killed Daphne Caruana
Enabling slavery
On 14 March 2015, Leilei Liao was found in
Heading straight for the brick wall
That famous ‘40,000’. According to The Times’ survey published
Bleak house
In April 2020 I had penned a “letter to
Robert Abela’s plan of attack
In Friday’s speech to Labour’s general party conference, Robert
The dishonesty of double standards
Equality Minister Owen Bonnici, who has been condemned by
Justice through the looking glass
If you want to understand the government’s intent, you
We’re biased, and we’re cool with it
Much has been said about The Shift, ever since
Gafa’s gaffes
Police Commissioner Angelo Gafa finally called a press conference.
Delay, disrupt, distract: the oil scandal case stumbles on PL’s favourite tactics
Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti last week issued a blistering
Peregin’s PN pitch: lesser evil revisited
The Nationalist Party’s latest election strategist has begun to
Spinning the inquiry
Some communication experts are specialists in what is called
10 protests stymied during pandemic on fear of reprisals following police objections
The police have objected to ten protest applications citing
Beware long covid, the epidemic’s sting in the tail
One in every 20 people infected with covid-19 will
The hypocrisy he believes in
Owen Bonnici’s latest vapid waffling about ‘the Malta he
The great tax diversion
Rosianne Cutajar acted as a broker in a €3.1
Reputation laundering
Which company did Aleksander Lukashenko, Europe’s last dictator of
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
Fearne’s pig’s ear, running on repeat
There is a level of incompetence that verges on
Valley roads
“They had come to the desolation that lay before
Bluster out of weakness 
Every time Robert Abela states that he has shown
Standing up for human rights, only when it suits us
China’s brutal dictatorship is without doubt one of the
Prison shouldn’t be a death sentence
A young woman died on 4 July. A 29-year
COVID-19 infections creep up as Malta opens its borders to tourists
As the summer tourism season opens and Malta’s economy
The ruin of dishonesty
“We didn’t deserve it”. “Only three countries wanted us
How positivity ebbs
The ever positive former prime minister Joseph Muscat is
The Malta horror show, starring Nuxellina and friends
Standards Commissioner George Hyzler’s shocking report into MP Rosianne
Labour weakened our clout
Have you heard of the man who looked forward
Justice is not revenge
The horror of Miriam Pace’s killing at the hands
The art of laundering… art
The 13 paintings by Old Masters of the Italian