Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
Only allegations, just speculation
Ian Borg misled parliament.  On 8 November,  Borg told
Unfinished business: the ‘Top 10’ getting away with murder
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Despite myriad institutional reports,
Human rights violator handed public broadcasting
The man formerly responsible for trampling on the free
Prove us wrong, Robert Abela
Newly-returned Prime Minister Robert Abela starts his fresh legislature
Out with some of the old
The new leaders have been appointed. These are the
The moral void – Kevin Cassar
A spokesperson for the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage confirmed
Clues for the clueless
If only we had some clues about Joseph Muscat,
Civil society groups hold protest, demand resignation of attorney general
Protesters gathered in Valletta on Friday evening to demand
FOI request shows Eurovision bets investigation inconclusive, contradicting Minister Carmelo Abela
An investigation over alleged irregularities by the public broadcaster
Robert Abela’s grim year
The year 2021 was another challenging one for many
The Speaker to the rescue
If by some unexpected turn of events, the House
The vandalism of distortion
“The PN has nothing to offer this country and
Carmelo Abela fails to answer questions about PBS bankruptcy, claims of state-control
Minister Carmelo Abela has failed to respond to questions from
Malta’s standards joke
“The vote on the Standards Commissioner report was a
Disinformation Watch: This is (not) fine
There is a timeless cartoon (meme) often used when
Government ministry staff numbers jumped 14.6% in 2021, swelling total to almost 34,000
The number of employees in government ministries and departments
Standards Down Under
“I have made it clear that if any of
More promises at international level that government will protect journalists, end impunity
The government has adopted multiple Council of Europe (CoE)
You’re bankrolling personal fiefdoms
Robert Abela has problems on his hands, and they’re
Government mum on Malta’s failure to sign global media freedom pledge
The Maltese government has failed to sign a pledge
‘Biased shithole’ remark by Foreign Minister’s assistant noted in UN report
The incident where the Private Secretary of Foreign Minister
The pen that stung the Republic
A glimpse of a small arm tattoo recently took
UK Foreign Office welcomes ‘Malta’s commitment to a public inquiry’
The UK Foreign Office seems to have missed the
A public inquiry judges us, not the assassins
So, the Foreign Minister, Carmelo Abela, states that the
‘Public inquiry will not impinge on ongoing criminal investigation’
Updated to include the statement by the Opposition. It
Foreign Minister commits to public inquiry within three months
The focus on the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
Will Neville Guffaw have the last laugh?
The worst kept secret in Malta has finally been

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