The following ten stories are real-life cases. The names and some of the details of the case have been changed to make sure the persons involved are not identifiable. One Lina is an old woman who lives alone. She is 85 years old and is still capable of taking care of herself. On a weekly [...]
Life in prison will be impacted even more by the coronavirus pandemic as prison wardens and staff have received orders to be prepared to sleep on prison grounds one week at a time. They have been asked to bring their own pillows from home or buy pillows supplied by the prison's commissary and bring their [...]
In case you missed it this was the program broadcast over Facebook by Repubblika yesterday. Hosted as usual by Norman Vella.
Here are answers to questions frequently asked by people considering whether to join the collective action lawsuit against C-Planet IT Solutions Limited being organised by Repubblika and The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation. If you were eligible to vote in 2013, your personal data has been stolen and then leaked to the outside world. Consider signing [...]
Read this article by Repubblika’s Robert Aquilina in today’s Times of Malta. The article sets out two tests for a successful reform of the manner the country uses to select future judges. The objective here is to make sure the judiciary is independent from the control of the other branches of government. Well, one branch [...]