The Independent is reporting today that Raphael Vassallo, MaltaToday's answer to Kermit the frog, is suing Manuel Delia for libel "over an article which suggested that Vassallo may have had a hand in the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia". Wait, what? When did that happen?
You don’t know me, and I don’t know most of you, but together we are storytellers. And the story we are telling is that of Malta and the Maltese.
This is not the refugees' fault. This is the result of poor budgeting and government policy.
Perhaps Saviour's delusions of grandeur stem from his mother bestowing him with such a name. The only thing he's trying to save, though, is his own arse and the Castille gang. There's a bitter angry, jealous old man who was once the subject of Daphne's incisive scrutiny. He has hated her ever since for it. …
I stood in the crowd at the second anniversary of Daphne's assassination and felt heartened at the fact that over 3000 people recognise how important justice is, not simply for Daphne's grieving family but for the country at large. There was a palpable anger and hope in the air. People of all ages clamouring for …
No.8. In this post I chat with journalist Alice Elizabeth Taylor about being harassed by the Albanian government, how Malta has changed, and why she's not a Russian spy.
This is the seventh in a series of posts celebrating the women fighting for positive change in our world. Today I'm talking to Alessandra Dee Crespo another member of Occupy Justice Malta.
This is the sixth in a series of posts celebrating the women fighting for positive change in our world. Today I'm talking to storyteller, actor, educator and accidental activist Pia Zammit, who also forms part of Occupy Justice.