Once, we had a country
Once, we had a country – until Joseph Muscat
The quack that ducked
If it quacks and walks like a duck, then
Cash-for-passports watchdog eight months late on annual report
The government-appointed cash-for-passports watchdog has missed the publication deadline
The rule of delinquents confirmed
As Robert Abela, prime minister and former adviser to
PM Robert Abela earned hundreds of thousands of euros from property development
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his wife Lydia banked
Government blocks democracy even as it commits to defending it
Insisting that “outsiders” did not have an automatic right
Government vague on timeline for public inquiry recommendations, denies impunity verdict
Prime minister Robert Abela, speaking at an extraordinary parliamentary
This fish rotted from the head down
There’s no proof that the government killed Daphne Caruana
Protest tonight after public inquiry report holds state responsible for journalist’s assassination
Civil society organisations Repubblika and Occupy Justice have announced
Murderers in government: Labour’s poisonous legacy
The Maltese state is responsible for the assassination of
Speaker and government block further witnesses on Standards Commissioner’s report on Cutajar
The parliamentary ethics committee voted in favour of forwarding
Steward freezes St Luke’s master plan as PM fails to deliver on pledge to amend tainted deal
Steward Healthcare, the American healthcare giant that took over
Renewed calls for legislation to protect journalists against financially-crippling SLAPP cases
PEN Malta has expressed its “dismay” at court reports
Enabling slavery
On 14 March 2015, Leilei Liao was found in
NGOs, local councils file crowdfunded appeal against DB Group’s Pembroke towers
After four years of appeals and demonstrations against DB
Controversy between teachers’ unions and education authorities escalates
The Union of Professional Educators (UPE) is voicing its
Heading straight for the brick wall
That famous ‘40,000’. According to The Times’ survey published
Public inquiry conclusions ‘could prevent murder of other journalists’ – Reporters Without Borders
The international campaign director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
‘Public Service Week’ media hype cost taxpayers €300,000
A week-long media campaign organised in June by public
Bleak house
In April 2020 I had penned a “letter to
Pegasus surveillance software: what is it and how does it affect you?
The Pegasus Project, an international effort coordinated by Forbidden
Robert Abela’s plan of attack
In Friday’s speech to Labour’s general party conference, Robert
UK-sanctioned Colombian drug trafficker operates Maltese company under fake name
Updated to include Right of Reply. A Colombian national