Facing up to impunity
Op-ed by Annie Game, Executive Director of IFEX, the
The war chest is empty
It would be interesting to know how much money,
Keeping our eyes on the ball: human rights in the time of COVID-19
Guest op-ed from IFEX Executive Director, Annie Game. For
‘Push back against those who abuse the law to silence the media’ – Index on Censorship
In March last year, hundreds of journalists took the
Should I stay or should I go?
The reverence with which both contenders have conducted themselves,
Labour Party leader candidates need to take the right bold decisions
An open letter to Labour Party candidates Chris Fearne
Constitutional abuse, again
Guest commentary by Mark A. Sammut The situation is
You will not get away with murder
Guest commentary by Annie Game, Executive Director of IFEX,
Reporters Without Borders returns to Malta to demand justice for Daphne
Guest commentary by Rebecca Vincent, UK Bureau Director, Reporters
With friends like Azerbaijan…
An op-ed by Rebecca Vincent, Reporters Without Borders UK
We’re losing money… and food
This is a guest post by Antoine P. Borg.
The criminal underbelly
This is a guest post by Antoine P. Borg
Where were you?
This is a guest post by Arnold Cassola. The
Tackling the migration challenge in the central Mediterranean
This is a guest post by Martin Cauchi Inglott
A Dark Day for Freedom of Expression in Malta
By Sarah Clarke, Advocacy Manager, PEN International. This is
Nothing to fear but the truth
Her words in our last conversation a few days
We need less, not more
One word which is often used to describe Malta
Australia’s migrant policy is no model for us
In the First World War, Wilfred Owen once wrote,
When did we become like this?
Over the last few weeks, I have found it
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire 
The black plumes of smoke rising from the Maghtab
On whose side is Joseph Muscat?
We are living in a golden age. While hundreds
The ‘Serenity’ of Joseph Muscat’s Malta
Serenity is an idea to conjure with. Like a
The choices we make
We are a reflection of our society, and our
The plight of ‘homeless voters’
The Maltese electorate can be more or less divided
Losing Joseph Muscat’s religion
There’s a joke by Emo Philips that goes “I
Malta: A haven for tax evaders
A National Statistics Office (NSO) report again confirmed that
The triumph of reverse snobbery 
Not so long ago, Labour supporters were the victims
Domestic violence in Malta – a sorry state of affairs
In 2017 alone, there were 1,257 reports of domestic
Nothing is going to stop Muscat now 
So there you have it. Joseph Muscat is unquestionably
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
There is one “ruthless mastermind” the country is after