The two Trumps of the Mediterranean
On the eve of a meeting between EU leaders
In real terms: political parties in a trap
Finch trapping in Malta has been outlawed by the
Clap Trap: Malta’s defence of finch trapping
‘Absurd and nonsensical talk or ideas’ – the definition
When the positive turns negative: The PN’s mission to please Labour
The Nationalist Party’s new leadership is silent on Malta’s
Civil society matters
Democracy is defined as ‘rule of the people’. Since
We cannot be silenced
Eight months ago the country was shocked by the
Singapore in the Mediterranean: it may be closer than you think
Muscat’s metropolitan dream frequently emerges in statements expressing his
Thank you for hating
How often have you, as a Facebook user logged
State run by crooks for benefit of crooks
Malta’s geographical location means it has always played an
Muscat and Salvini cut from the same cloth 
New Spanish Socialist prime minister Pedro Sanchez has done
Keeping up appearances
For decades, cartoonists and street artists have exaggerated the
Malta in a nutshell: Isolation and its heroes
The easiest way to build a hero is to
The secretive world of Cambridge Analytica (and Labour) 
The connections between Joseph Muscat’s Labour Party, Cambridge Analytica
Is the Nationalist Party enabling Labour’s corruption?
Foreign Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela instructed public employees to
Burying the inconvenient truth
Magistrate Anthony Vella, in charge of the inquiry into
No Eddie, No Joseph
If an election were to be held tomorrow, Joseph
EXPLAINER: Why calls for ‘proof’ of money laundering are ridiculous
Money laundering (ML) is one of the most serious
Maltese do it better 
MEPs investigating the rule of law in Malta expressed
Without media literacy, politicians could dictate veracity
Free access to information is considered to be the
State-owned media: Abandoning the path of the EU
The problem of State ownership of public broadcasters in
Why media literacy is needed
If information is carefully processed by media agencies, with
Media not for the many, but for the powerful
An investigation by The Shift News revealed the bias
Abortion debate goes beyond sinners and saints
One thing this country will never get is a
Oh My Treasure Island
The report published by two Italian organisations which study
How Labour sold off socialism (and its soul)
At a hall in Pyongyang, the capital of North
Democracy in chains: eliminating the need for journalists
As pro-Labour Facebook groups peddling hate and inciting violence
A soulless metropolis built on dirty money 
The latest revelations coming from a New York court
Truth under siege
By obfuscating the very definition of freedom of expression,
Rethinking tourism
Tourist numbers continue to grow as do calls for
Fake feminism from a fake government
Anna Borg, the director of the Centre for Labour

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