Court’s ‘chief security officer’ harasses journalist, demands phone to delete photos
The Shift journalist Julian Delia was harassed outside the
The billboard wars
Yesterday evening social media sites lit up with excited
Social care regulator De Giovanni hires 74-year-old father as ‘junior lawyer’ in state agency
Labour candidate Katya De Giovanni, currently serving as chairperson
Labour’s Charlon Gouder lands ‘phantom’ €35,000-a-year job at Arts Council
Former One TV reporter-turned lawyer Charlon Gouder has been
Protest calls for resignation of justice minister
In a protest calling for the resignation of Justice
International reactions to public inquiry findings stress the need for reform
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Teresa
New TVM programme host’s company made €136,000 in direct orders in two years
An analysis of the financial links between government and
‘Run, rabbit, run’
Just as we began to digest the conclusions of
Malta’s ecological resource supply puts it among 20 worst countries in the world
Malta’s rate of consumption of natural resources has outpaced
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
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
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
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