Prime Minister given evidence of inquiry 5 days before he was questioned
One of the things that emerge from scrutiny of
L’état, c’est moi
The virus has been defeated and eradicated from our
The Kon-rat Principle
In 2013 he was presented to us as the
Pick your poison
For a country that sells a bright image of
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule
The war chest is empty
It would be interesting to know how much money,
Rule of law reforms reflect Prime Minister’s reluctance to shift power
If first impressions count, then the first impression of
Quid pro quo
Robert Abela was consultant extraordinaire to former Prime Minister
A young lawyer you have never heard of and why he’s the news
A young student stood up during a heated political
Are sea rescue NGOs really a pull factor for migration?
Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo took to Facebook last
The snake in the grass
The “wave of racism” spreading across the country does
Angry? Get in line please
It was just over a month ago that Tim
Leaked details on judicial reform get a thumbs down from experts
Senior justice sources have denounced the proposed reforms of
Stoking the fire 
Just like his predecessor, Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela
No bridge over troubled waters
Robert Abela’s rise to power was quite an easy
Keeping our eyes on the ball: human rights in the time of COVID-19
Guest op-ed from IFEX Executive Director, Annie Game. For
Malta’s new version of Trump
On Palm Sunday, Prime Minister Robert Abela told people
State funding of the independent media
Media freedom is what it says – freedom from
Trust the advice of health professionals
News cycles in the mainstream media have ground to
Freedom Day: what freedom?
Forty-one years ago today, the British Navy withdrew from
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s public inquiry: what we know and what we don’t
The grief of a family and its sustained campaign
Media bailout: a poisoned chalice
The ‘independent media’ in Malta is asking our government
The consequence of Joseph Muscat
Since Joseph Muscat came to power in 2013, with
A crook led by crooks
Journalism has several aims, including educating, entertaining and informing,
The police connection
“One can describe Joseph Muscat’s government as ‘rotten to
Coronavirus: common sense helps
Nature has thrown mankind a curveball, a virus that
Joseph Muscat’s legacy
“We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great
We’re not infecting anyone, maybe
We’re not ones to use a crisis for promotion
Adrian Delia’s appointment of his lawyer to justice commission questionable
Adrian Delia’s recent appointment of his lawyer to the
Looking at Malta from a distance
In 2015 I decided to take my first year-long