Does Neville Gafa live in the Libyan embassy?
Neville Gafa was “operating under Libyan jurisdiction” when he
Another €160,000 in government contracts to arms company
Information tabled in parliament on Wednesday revealed that an
‘Maltese army endangered lives of asylum seekers’ – report
The Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) endangered the lives
Stoking the fire 
Just like his predecessor, Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela
The surreal parallel ‘celebrations’ of Republic Day
Malta’s capital city was seemingly split into two parallel
Dodging the truth on pushback
“I was mistaken when it comes to the pushback,”
Council of Europe Member States urged to strengthen ‘key role’ of Ombudsman
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s (PACE)
Who belongs in Malta?
The drive-by shooting of three migrants shows us that
Gozo Channel crew in court over ‘abusive’ and ‘discriminatory’ practices
A direct order awarded by Gozo Channel to a
Army promotions: Who will shoulder political responsibility?
The Ombudsman’s report confirming allegations that a massive number
Aditus calls on government to open port for safe disembarkation of 49 stranded migrants
Human rights NGO Aditus has called on government to
Italy accuses Malta of providing migrants with fuel instead of rescuing them
The Italian government has once again accused Malta of
Jobs for the boys keeps Labour afloat but at what cost?
Some 223 police officers are aged between 55 and
Government offers ‘one stop shop’ for public officer complaints, Ombudsman concerned
The announcement that the government will be setting up
Soldiers patrolling streets ‘not good news for democracy’
The army should not be deployed daily in support
How taxpayers paid for Labour’s electoral campaign
114 persons were employed by the Armed Forces in