A catalogue of human rights violations
“Malta’s government is in denial about the catalogue of
UK stalls on consent for Manuel Mallia to take up diplomatic post
Updated to include response from the British High Commission
Government is ‘denying reality’ on Steward Health Care deal
Opposition MP Adrian Delia on Monday accused the government
Government’s trapping derogation for ‘research’ a ‘short-lived distraction’ – Mark Anthony Falzon
An anthropologist who specialises in hunting and conservation has
Planning Authority fails to act on illegal development owned by PM’s former business partner
The Planning Authority (PA) has, for over a decade,
Generation expat
According to an old Greek saying, “A society grows
Steward’s turn of the screw
Robert Abela insistently asks voters: “Who do you want
Education Ministry in spectacular about-turn in MCAST lecturer’s court challenge of transfer order
The Education Ministry has reversed a decision to transfer
Is Angelo Gafa above the law?
Former police commissioner Lawrence Cutajar threw away the rule
Trillion-dollar hedge fund administrator Citco among 21 finance firms to surrender licences since early September
Citco, an international hedge fund administrator  which oversees around
Is your Android device spying on you?
Smartphones that run Android operating systems could be spying
PBS technically bankrupt even as Labour apologists continue to hoover up millions
The latest published accounts of Malta’s national broadcaster PBS
Well-connected lawyers grab €300,000 in legal fees from Gozo Ministry in under three years
A small group of well-connected lawyers, including Simon Schembri,
Ponte Ferries begins sea-testing ferry, but actual start date of new Malta-Sicily service remains elusive
Ponte Ferries, the new ‘low-cost’ catamaran service to Sicily
Malta’s child cruelty
The United Nations Committee on the rights of the
BUDGET: Government ministries to spend €2.4 billion more in 2022 than in 2021
Last week, the government announced its 2022 budget, which
Fortina files second Balluta Bay pontoon application despite pending appeal
Balluta Bay residents who’d been relieved when controversial plans
Mellieha Bay to suffer ‘major negative impact’ from new hotel project, EIA report says
A proposed redevelopment of the iconic Mellieha Bay Hotel
Jittery moves and election chatter
Rumours of a late November general election have exploded
Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
Because she wrote
The four years that have passed since Daphne Caruana
Your vote: how to have it both ways
They’re at it again. The two major Parties are
‘Investigative journalists in Malta are still marginalised’ – Reporters Without Borders
“In Malta, I have the impression that journalists, especially