Malta to open spring hunting season despite illegalities on record
Birdlife Malta received a number of illegally shot birds
Return of the Middle Ages
They are the best of times, they are the
‘We were never more proud of her than on the day she was murdered’
His mother’s fight against corruption highlighted the need for
European civil liberties NGOs brand Labour Party ‘anti-EU’ ahead of elections
A Europe-wide campaign being waged by human rights organisations prior
Is this the future of Malta?
“We used to have picnics here,” the old man
Lurve for country
We have been warned. A pandemic of love of
No presence of cash-for-passports lobby group IMC at Geneva HQ
The Investment Migration Council (IMC) has not explained why
Calls for investigation of Fisheries Department following bribery allegations
Allegations of bribery involving the Director of the Department
Please don’t go back to your country
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced last week that not
The promise of Malta
I first came to Malta a year after it
Tough measures axed in EU report on cash-for-passport schemes
The European Commission’s report on cash-for-passport schemes that called
‘EU must take action to stop the silencing of the press’
Justin Borg-Barthet, a senior lecturer in EU Law at
And what have you done?
“Malta has always been the whore of the Mediterranean,”
Still stranded at sea after 7 days despite European cities opening their ports
“In Libya, militias forced me to work 12 hours
New parents in Malta set to benefit most from work life balance measures
Malta is one of the Member States that will
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death marked new trend – report
There is a distinct lack of awareness among decision
Bulgaria set to cancel its cash for passport scheme
Bulgaria, one of only three EU Member States selling
Malta passport scheme puts Europe at risk, Commission urges crackdown
The European Commission will warn Member States on Wednesday
MEPs back plan to freeze funds for countries who undermine rule of law
The European Parliament has backed the European Commission’s proposal
1 in 5 pensioners at risk of poverty in Malta
The proportion of pensioners at risk of poverty in
European Banking Authority calls for more rules on crypto assets
The banking watchdog of the European Union said last
Migration ‘crisis’ could reshape Europe
The latest shameful episode of Europe’s migration crisis is
Lack of digital skills and attractiveness thwart Malta’s digital dream
Joseph Muscat has been working hard over the last
Eight European countries agree to take the 49 migrants at sea
The 49 migrants who have been stranded at sea
Generosity à la carte
Much has been said about the annual charity telethon
Aditus calls on government to open port for safe disembarkation of 49 stranded migrants
Human rights NGO Aditus has called on government to
EU steps up scrutiny of China cyber security risks
The EU is looking to step up scrutiny of
Alcoholics anonymous: Malta does not provide data on household expenditure
Figures released by Eurostat on Tuesday show that households
5 things to look forward to in 2019
We did it. We have survived another year and

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