Freedom of expression organisations back Aquilina’s request for protection
International freedom of expression and journalists’ organisations have issued
EU Commissioner says spring hunting season reverses ‘collective efforts’
European Environment Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius condemned Malta’s decision to
Analysis: A closer look at the police force’s ‘efficiency’
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The Chamber of Advocates has expressed its disappointment at
Metsola sets transparency plan in response to Qatargate scandal
Updated to include comments from European Parliament President Roberta
Ask questions, face the consequence
Karen Gravano, the daughter of a mafia boss, noticed
Don’t ask questions if you don’t want lawsuits, PA lawyer tells The Shift
A lawyer for the Planning Authority suggested in court
Prime Minister won’t disclose contract for aide appointed Cabinet Secretary
Prime Minister Robert Abela refuses to disclose the contract
€150,000 and counting for Robert and Lydia Abela’s week in New York
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s week-long visit to New York
Robert Abela to install loyalist at Planning Authority helm
Oliver Magro, a 42-year-old former Planning Authority senior officer
The institutions are working… to protect those close to Robert Abela
The institutions are still working – but only for
Government waters down board of inquiry’s protection for journalists
Even after the government-appointed committee of media experts submitted
Why Abela’s done nothing
Why has Robert Abela completely ignored all the recommendations
EXCLUSIVE: Plan in place to dissolve the national airline, Air Malta
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn The government has
PM manoeuvre to get IVF bill enacted is a page out of his father’s playbook
The controversial IVF law was signed yesterday by Acting
AUM to be sold public land despite breach of licence conditions
The owners of the failed American University of Malta
MMA chief Anthony Serracino Inglott forces prime minister’s hand, blocks any possibility of replacement
Anthony Serracino Inglott, the 78-year-old pharmacy professor who has
Fresh faces, same old hands – Ranier Fsadni
What do Victoria Buttigieg, Angelo Gafà, Miriam Dalli and
The massacre
In the south of Malta, a few hours after
Robert Abela’s unexplained luck
Some people have all the luck. With some, it’s
Grey list woes – FATF assessors won’t only be looking at bank transfers and box ticking
Are you one of the many Maltese people finding
In greed he trusts
It wasn’t my business to see where he got
Government pays €20,000 to Labour Party for partisan newspaper supplement
A partisan 32-page newspaper supplement published by the Labour
Deeds not words
Prime minister Abela bragged, “We are not afraid of

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