Magistrate Joe Mifsud in hot water over Gozo court farewell media stunt
Magistrate Joe Mifsud has been reprimanded by Chief Justice
Muscat’s mob rule
“Our voice is not one crying in the desert
ADPD takes Electoral Commission, State Advocate to constitutional court over electoral discrimination
ADPD, Malta’s longest-standing alternative to PL and PN, held
Black Boxes
I almost skipped writing an article this week. Arguments
Businessman Paul Hili forced to sell his Wardija home; valuation accepted by court raises questions
Paul Hili, former owner of the McDonald’s franchise in
Our measure of justice
Justice should be an important virtue in any society.
Gozo lawyers protest against dire working conditions at Rabat court
Gozitan lawyers frustrated by a deteriorating work environment and
MFSA awards Keith Schembri’s company €40,000 contract for paper
Kasco Limited, the company owned by former government chief
Rule of law reforms reflect Prime Minister’s reluctance to shift power
If first impressions count, then the first impression of
European Court of Human Rights rules against Malta in majority of cases
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled
2019: The Shift’s investigation highlights
2019 was another significant year of investigative work for
A dirty bill of health
No well-governed country is immune from corruption. Normally, however,
Judicial schizophrenia
Justice Joanne Vella Cuschieri has ruled that Malta Enterprise’s right
New magistrate still registered as nominee company director
Such was the rush to appoint the new judges
Get serious about violence against women
As if the situation was not already dire enough

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