Air Malta’s plan to fire majority of pilots stalled by court action
Action taken in court by the pilots’ association (ALPA)
Pieter Omtzigt accuses Maltese government of handling institutional reform behind closed doors
Special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has called on the Maltese
The real game in the migrant saga
Is it legal, the way that Malta is treating
Human trafficking on pirate island
The Muscat Regime was like a cross between King
Government derails parliamentary motion to revoke €100 million payout to Steward Healthcare
The government derailed a motion filed by the Opposition
Surge in racist and hate speech online following government decisions
Online hate has surfaced repeatedly over the past few
Stoking the fire 
Just like his predecessor, Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela
No bridge over troubled waters
Robert Abela’s rise to power was quite an easy
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 calls out Prime Minister for ‘putting a gun to their head’
Civil society Repubblika called out Prime Minister Robert Abela
‘Don’t pay for public health with people’s lives’ – doctors tell Robert Abela
Updated with the new number of signatories to letter
Commission cannot comment on Malta’s decision to close ports
The European Commission has stated it cannot comment on
Getting it together
Slow, deep breaths. They’re a remedy for those moments
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,
Prime Minister mum on investigating corruption in Mizzi’s Montenegro deal
The Office of Prime Minister Robert Abela has remained
A time that’s defining Robert Abela
In last week’s Sunday Times, an op-ed by Robert
Call for prefab hospital is predetermined, potential bidders say
While the authorities announced today that the call for
Watch what they do, not what they say
When you want to evaluate someone, don’t listen to
10 NGOs call on Prime Minister not to open hunting season
A group of 10 environmental and cultural NGOs have
Freedom Day: what freedom?
Forty-one years ago today, the British Navy withdrew from
Poachers taking advantage of reduced police resources due to COVID-19
Poachers are “taking advantage of reduced police resources,” according
Confinement and the common good
A philosopher once said that if you are lonely
The price of corruption is coming home
Every ‘larger than life’ figure has its trademark. With
Report slams ‘weak’ response by Identity Malta on shady passport clients
Malta’s lack of enforcement in the highly-controversial Individual Investor
Third economic measures package gets first nod by Chamber of SMEs
Following scrutiny of the government’s last two business assistance
Prominent retailers who wrote to Abela mum on own measures to help employees
Over a dozen of Malta’s prominent local businesses who