The Venice Commission said Malta doesn't have appropriate checks and balances to ensure rule of law
Maltese Court Risks Opening Can Of Worms In Case Of Alleged Cannabis Trafficker Who Was Denied A Lawyer
Interrogation statements made without a lawyer present deemed inadmissible evidence
WATCH: Young Maltese Footballer On Corruption Ban: ‘I Turned Down €5,000 But Was Scared Of Criminal Retaliation’
“I was scared to file a report...these are people with criminal backgrounds, gangs and mafia"
A few weeks after a construction worker fell to his death in Sliema
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Violence At Great Siege Monument: Activists Report Man To Police For Assaulting Woman And Smashing Her Phone
Occupy Justice activist allegedly assaulted after filming woman shouting and swearing at her
Young Mater Dei Security Guard Arrested For Affair With 13-Year-Old Girl And Threatening To Leak Her Photos
He is being kept in custody at the YOURS facility for young offenders
20-Year-Old Youth Fighting For His Life After Being Run Over On Birkirkara Bypass Early This Morning
The two men were run over in Triq Dun Karm at around 1:30am
Concerned Maltese Parent’s Warning Of Violent School Gangs 'Carrying Pointed Objects' Sparks Official Investigation
"Do we need to hear of murder or a disability being the end result before anything is done?"
Malta President Sounds Powerful Fake News And Disruptive Technology Warning In Final Republic Day Speech
"Fake news has become the order of the day, with the risk that people will believe it and be alienated from the truth"
Revolut secures European banking license in Lithuania, confirms plans for 'two minute loans'