Opinion: The genius of Jason
Aqra bil-Malti. “Every poll in the last two months
The government’s crisis management tactics remain unchanged
Over the last couple of weeks,  government officials have
Attacks on independent media continue despite condemnations
Widespread condemnation has not stopped government officials from launching
Ta’ Qali ‘regeneration’ delayed until 2025 amid confusion on budget
While Public Works Minister Chris Bonett has announced the
Prime minister’s brother-in-law receives direct order for unspecified legal services
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s brother-in-law, Albert Zerafa, has been
Producers silent on Sette Giugno film that got €1.5 million funding
Producers of Blood on the Crown, the 2021 film
Albert Marshall, 75, cashing in on at least five different government jobs
Albert Marshall, the 75-year-old Labour veteran who used to
Shame on you, Abela – Kevin Cassar
Lo and behold, even Jason Micallef wanted a public
Festivals Malta CEO quits over OPM meddling, more resignations expected
Festivals Malta CEO  Annabelle Stivala has stepped down, The
Valletta Cultural Agency does not disclose budget for Mary Spiteri do
The Valletta Cultural Agency is not providing details on
Ambassador Ray Azzopardi moved from NATO to Argotti Gardens
Ray Azzopardi, the former head of the Labour Party’s
The unbelievable Owen Bonnici – Kevin Cassar
Owen Bonnici has praised an EU plan to stop
Jason Micallef’s disgust – Kevin Cassar
Not even Jason Micallef, ONE chairman, and Emanuel Cuschieri,
One of Blue Lagoon’s deckchair operators was Gozo minister’s canvasser
Mark Cutajar, one of two licensed deckchair operators at
The Valletta Green(washing) Festival and other fairy tales
As humanity faces the ever-present threat of climate change
Lanqas id-disprezz ma ħaqqu
Read this article in English here. Kemm ġew jiswew
Beneath contempt – Kevin Cassar
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. What was the
Taxpayers to foot bill for Labour’s final mass rallies
Tista’ taqra bil-Malti Labour’s extravagant final electoral events at
It’s not what it looks like
While members of government have become particularly adept at
Another €1 million in direct orders from Ian Borg
Transport Minister Ian Borg has dished out another €1
Jason Micallef’s foreign interference
President George Vella called for an end to politically
Critical thinking for critical times
Eighty-seven per cent of voters said they have always
New familiar patterns
The timing of the Conference for National Unity, held
Labour TV report on court case to abolish party media ‘perfect piece of evidence’
Lovin Malta CEO and founder Christian Peregin has called
Direct orders to Party loyalists for cultural events total €3m in 6 months
State cultural agencies in Malta, under the political patronage
Government accused of ‘monopolising culture’
The disappointment expressed by the arts community earlier this
Prestigious art prize awarded from one government agency to another
One of the Malta Art Council’s annual Premju għall-Arti
New prime minister has to defend the truth to create stability
Thousands of people gathered outside the law courts to
UPDATED: Infiorata flowers repurposed for Daphne Caruana Galizia protest memorial
Activists from Occupy Justice last night transported flowers from

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