No end in sight for coastal caravan saga
There’s no end in sight for the saga of
Parts of Maltese coastline defaced by communities of caravans
The idyllic beauty of places, such as Little Armier
‘No documents’ to show for €1.7 million hosting of migrants
The Home Affairs Ministry has replied to a Freedom
Government says ‘no’ to Europol Joint Investigation Team
The Maltese authorities will not be requesting Europol to
Another €160,000 in government contracts to arms company
Information tabled in parliament on Wednesday revealed that an
Relatives of asylum seekers who died at sea file judicial protest against Abela
The relatives of two asylum-seekers who died at sea
Over €1 million in direct orders to James Fenech’s firearms company in 4 years
The company owned by arms dealer James Fenech has
‘Don’t pay for public health with people’s lives’ – doctors tell Robert Abela
Updated with the new number of signatories to letter
Commission cannot comment on Malta’s decision to close ports
The European Commission has stated it cannot comment on
Concern over ‘mass prosecutions’ while prison beyond its capacity
Criminal charges should not be brought in the form
Justyne Caruana resignation raises questions on Finance Minister and Attorney General
The tenability of other prominent individuals within the government
Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar’s resignation ‘long overdue’
The resignation of police commissioner Lawrence Cutajar, announced this