Active ageing minister doubled amount of money deposited in accounts in one year
In asset declarations filed earlier this year, Senior Citizens
You’re bankrolling personal fiefdoms
Robert Abela has problems on his hands, and they’re
Minister places convicted fraudster in charge of elderly services
The Minister for the Elderly, Micheal Farrugia, has recruited
Yorgen Fenech’s Quad Towers con
As more news emerges on the intricate web of
Water Services Corporation racks up €72,000 in credit card bills in just over two years
The Water Services Corporation (WSC) managed to rack up
Damaging trust, causing harm
On 1 September the Commissioner for Standards in Public
Government officials in public inquiry ‘keen on passing the buck’ – former Chief Justice
Government officials appearing before the public inquiry board looking
Joseph Muscat advisers dominate board supervising €400m gas pipeline project
Individuals closely connected to disgraced former Prime Minister Joseph
No OPM records of meetings between Yorgen Fenech and Joseph Muscat
The Daphne Caruana Galiza Foundation expressed concern at the
Army officers insulting citizens ‘out of line’
Comments on social media by some soldiers insulting citizens
The government’s decision to abolish licensing of massage parlours ‘wrong’
Massage parlours throughout Malta are being used for prostitution
Blue-washing human trafficking and budget cuts
A number of landmark buildings in Malta were covered
‘Sex and cheap labour’ most widespread reasons for human trafficking in EU
Sex trafficking is by far the most widespread form
Council of Europe Member States urged to strengthen ‘key role’ of Ombudsman
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s (PACE)
Who belongs in Malta?
The drive-by shooting of three migrants shows us that
Malta for Dummies #11: Gender-based violence in words and action
Equality Minister, Helena Dalli, launched the annual ‘16 days
Massage parlours: A happy ending?
Home affairs minister Michael Farrugia told Parliament on 26
Malta’s sex slaves – hiding in plain sight
A total of 196 massage parlours were licensed in
Only three care orders issued in Gozo in eight years
Only three care orders, which remove a child from
Progressing backwards
It is worrying that the Education Commissioner within the
Equality Ministry declines to comment on Farrugia remarks on shamed police officer
A spokesperson for Equality Minister Helena Dalli has refused
A head-butt and Malta’s most feminist government
Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia yesterday defended Mario Tonna,
Dramatic decline in arraigned hunters
Only 100 hunters were arraigned in court for infringement
Soldiers patrolling streets ‘not good news for democracy’
The army should not be deployed daily in support