Start of Turtle-dove migration leads to illegal hunting of protected species in spring
With the first signs of Turtle-dove migration over Malta
‘A selfish act’: Citizens protest against government granting public land to hunters
Activists gathered at Castille Square, in front of the
Government hid behind committee to breach EU law on renewed bird trapping
The government used the Ornis Committee, a supposedly-independent committee
Feudalism rediscovered
It did not happen under the dark cloak of
CABS calls for ban on ‘worst killing grounds for birds of prey in Europe’
The Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) is urging the
If Miżieb and l-Aħrax are to be run by an NGO, why not give it to conservationists?
The Nationalist Party is open to Mizieb and L-Ahrax
Sham enforcement risks end of spring hunting season, vulnerable species hit
The chilling video (below) released by Birdlife Malta last
From arms to riches: the rise of James Fenech
From a shop in Mellieha’s Parish Square, which neighbours
Malta’s new version of Trump
On Palm Sunday, Prime Minister Robert Abela told people
Government sanctioned disobedience
As parallels continue to be made with wartime years,
10 NGOs call on Prime Minister not to open hunting season
A group of 10 environmental and cultural NGOs have
Poachers taking advantage of reduced police resources due to COVID-19
Poachers are “taking advantage of reduced police resources,” according
Reassigning hunting responsibilities an electoral boon to Gozo Minister
Although the idea of appointing a minister to be
3 Maltese men facing criminal charges for poaching in Romania
Three Maltese citizens are facing charges for poaching after
‘No action’ in Malta on criminal network smuggling protected birds from Italy
A crackdown on an organised network responsible for the
Malta to open spring hunting season despite illegalities on record
Birdlife Malta received a number of illegally shot birds
Trapping ‘agreement’ reached with Commission questioned by Birdlife
BirdLife Malta has written to the European Commission for
Shooting down good fortune
Storks are not just beautiful, they are intricately bound
Shooting up the law
When Malta joined the EU, the loudest celebrations came
Dramatic decline in arraigned hunters
Only 100 hunters were arraigned in court for infringement
PD calls the shots as PN gets bogged down in hunting swamp
The motion calling on the government to retract the