The first 100 days of Robert Abela
With the turning of the decade, the beginning of
Get off that high horse, Bobby
Repubblika, the civil society organisation that has become Prime
The patriotism we owe ourselves
Patriotism – wrote Mark Twain in a serious mood
Repubblika members receiving ‘unprecedented levels’ of online hate following PM speech
Civil society group Repubblika said its members have received
Legal initiative launched to aid those affected by massive data leak
Civil society organisations Repubblika and the Daphne Caruana Galizia
Calls for Tourism Minister’s resignation following Commissioner’s report
The Commissioner for Standards in Public Life has said
Our second-hand-for-new salesman
Joseph Muscat used to take pride in being dubbed
Owen Bonnici refuses to budge as calls for his resignation increase
Civil rights group Repubblika called for Education Minister Owen
Anti-corruption protest held in Valletta
Hundreds of people stood outside Parliament to send a
Justyne Caruana resignation raises questions on Finance Minister and Attorney General
The tenability of other prominent individuals within the government
Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar’s resignation ‘long overdue’
The resignation of police commissioner Lawrence Cutajar, announced this
Prime Minister Robert Abela has to give clear answers to society
The protests would not stop until concrete action was
Reporters Without Borders expects Abela to start office by ending impunity
International NGO Reporters Without Borders has called on Prime
New prime minister has to defend the truth to create stability
Thousands of people gathered outside the law courts to
Anti-corruption protest on Sunday
National protests against corruption and calling for the immediate
Hundreds pay tribute to Caruana Galizia at vigil
Hundreds of people holding candles and photos stood in
The surreal parallel ‘celebrations’ of Republic Day
Malta’s capital city was seemingly split into two parallel
Anger at Prime Minister using civil rights card to cover up wrongdoing
Valletta was once again packed with thousands of people
Malta’s cry for justice
Thousands of people took to the streets of Valletta
Cardona, Scicluna and Mizzi under investigation on hospitals deal
A judge has thrown out an appeal filed by
‘Time for national unity’
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia’s decision to cancel the PN
Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi resigns, Economy Minister Cardona ‘suspends himself’
Following a long cabinet meeting held at the Office
Protesters gather in Valletta for the third time in less than a week
Thousands of protestors gathered in Valletta for the third
Caruana Galizia family insists Prime Minister step back from investigation
The family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is
Malta marches against corruption and impunity
The message in Valletta this evening was one of
Sant’s rant is a distraction
Alfred Sant is unhappy that the European Court of
Second magistrate rules three Ministers should be investigated on hospitals’ deal
Magistrate Doreen Clarke has upheld a request filed by
Citizens fill Republic Street calling for justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia
The EU cannot be a dangerous place for those
Journalists should be pussycats not watchdogs
The implications of last week’s court decision by Judge
‘What worked in the past may no longer be valid today’
The Court of Appeal has rejected the appeal by