GUEST POST: The Sewage is Suing

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2019-11-04T18:16:29+01:00Mon, 4th Nov '19, 18:15|

Dredging up the dregs is what scraping the barrel is all about and when you watch the dregs scraping away at their own bottomless cesspit, it’s not a pretty sight. We witnessed this in all its putrid glory last week when, amongst all the copious corruption cases which constitute our daily fare, there was Saviour [...]

Is it not always better to know?

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2019-11-04T17:57:13+01:00Mon, 4th Nov '19, 17:57|

The government’s decision to appeal this morning’s court ruling that the question on whether the way Malta appoints its judges is in conflict with the EU Treaty should be referred to the European Court of Justice is a callous waste of time. That’s all this appeal achieves. The Court this morning did not decide Repubblika [...]

GUEST POST: Planning for greed (2)

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2019-11-04T17:47:14+01:00Mon, 4th Nov '19, 17:36|

Sent in by urban planner Dr John Ebejer.  For many years Dr Ebejer held various positions relating to planning and development at the Planning Authority, the Building Industry Consultative Council and relevant ministries.  Part 1 of this piece was uploaded yesterday. Decisions on investment, development and planning can be fairly complex. In the past I [...]

On 16 November, Protest in Valletta

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2019-11-12T15:11:51+01:00Mon, 4th Nov '19, 17:27|

Statement by Repubblika, #occupyjustice and manueldelia.com: On the 16th of every month we organise a vigil to remember Daphne Caruana Galizia and to call for truth and justice for her and for her journalism. We will continue to do this until truth is known and justice is served. But with all that is happening in [...]