Conscience of the State
President George Vella and his conscience are in the
Sleeping with the fishes
The publication of the conclusions of the public inquiry
Home Affairs minister refuses to explain ‘expertise allowance’ award to PL crony
The government is refusing to explain why former PL
Law student organisations face criticism for not signing statement calling for resignations
Law student organisations are facing criticism for their failure
€32 million Naxxar disability hub abandoned for two years; minister stonewalls queries
A multi-million-euro government project to provide accommodation and other
Whose interests are being served?
Malta’s rusted wheels of justice have clanked and squealed
Judge denies bail request for accused murderer Yorgen Fenech
The judge overseeing a bail request filed by accused
Speak up now, Yorgen Fenech
It’s taken far too long, but finally, it’s been
International media organisations welcome Yorgen Fenech indictment but warn it’s not over yet
International press freedom organisations have welcomed the news of
New €1.6 million Cirkewwa pier still unusable two months after inauguration
A new €1.6 million berth in Cirkewwa, inaugurated by
Medical professionals distance themselves from doctor associated with anti-vaxxer groups
Medical professionals have distanced themselves from the views expressed
Suspended fisheries director still pocketing full pay every month, two years after corruption allegations
Malta’s former top government fisheries official, Andreina Fenech Farrugia,
Fearne’s fuel 
On 23 November 1996, three young Ethiopians hijacked Flight
Gozo Minister is seeking hairdressers…  no qualifications needed
Clint Camilleri’s Gozo Ministry is seeking to recruit an
Robert the Weak
Robert I, popularly known as Robert the Bruce, was
5 Covid-19 vaccine myths explained
Despite Malta’s successful vaccination rate against Covid-19, and the
Renewed appeal for justice on day marking 46 months since journalist was assassinated
On the day marking 46 months since the assassination
Bedingfield’s banality
Why do ordinary people do appalling things? The political
Snakes and ladders
It’s not just what; it’s who. It’s not just
Bedingfield among seven government MPs using state funds to boost their image amid election speculation
Government whip Glenn Bedingfield and six other government MPs
London law firms ‘reputation laundering’ wealthy clients by intimidating journalists
Female journalists are very often the ones fighting against
A strategy for space: more hot air from Owen Bonnici
Malta is certainly in the gutter now, but Research
PM set to award new, multi-million euro direct order to DB Group/James Caterers
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s government is in the final
Rising sea levels could submerge parts of Malta, climate change expert warns
Parts of the Maltese islands are at risk of
A ministry is the gift that keeps giving
Joseph Muscat is the national curse that keeps on
Magistrate raps Yorgen Fenech’s defence team for attempting to discredit son of slain journalist
Magistrate Rachel Montebello had to intervene several times in
A parliament of larcenists
Maltese taxpayers are the victims of a merciless, unending
PA orders Portellis to dismantle parts of illegal ‘agricultural store’
Gozo construction magnate Joseph Portelli and his daughter Chloe