LISTEN: Adrian Delia’s Off-Script Battlecry To Youths: ‘We Can't Save Our Planet If We Can't Even Save An Unborn Baby'
"I've asked my children why they don't care about politics... it's because we're destroying everything"
From Coffee Mornings To Adverts: PN Candidate Publishes His Campaign Finances And Urges Others To Follow His Lead
Peter Agius takes route of campaign transparency "for the sake of integrity"
Climate Change And Environmental Destruction Are The Biggest Threats To Malta’s Biodiversity, A Majority Of Locals Believe
The islands also recorded the most significant decrease in people who believe “economic development should take precedence” over the protection of nature
‘Modern-Day Piracy’: Repubblika Demands Criminal Inquiry Into VGH And The Three Ministers Involved With The Controversial Deal
‘Konrad Mizzi and Edward Scicluna had no qualms negotiating with people who stole’
500 pro-life doctors are banding together as MEP candidate reports pro-choice doctor to the Medical Council of Malta
Adrian Delia Takes Step Back After Calling Election 'Abortion Referendum': 'A Labour Victory Won't Mean Malta Is In Favour'
"However, it will mean we're one step closer towards legalising abortion"
‘We Need To Focus On The Drugs Coming Into Malta’: Customs Director Believes Work Done At Freeport Must Be Replicated On A Local Level
'We are currently two steps ahead, but there could also be a moment when we are two steps behind'
"No one in the world ever says they’re in favour of abortion but use words such as ‘pro-choice’"
"I will never forget my daughter asking me what will happen to her if my wife and I end up in jail"
Political Apathy Or Government Approval? Malta’s Young People Are Some Of The Least Likely To Protest In Europe
Just 10% of Maltese people aged between 15 and 30 have taken part in campaigns, strikes or street protests
All of the 17 candidates who took the Life Network survey said they were against abortion
WATCH: El Hiblu Hijack - UN Calls On Malta To Drop ‘Exaggerated’ Terrorism Charges Against Teenage Migrants
Migrants on the vessel were facing dehydration and "exhibited clear signs of torture and ill-treatment”