The Shift News founder Caroline Muscat wins Press Freedom Award
The Shift News founder and editor Caroline Muscat has
Writer of ‘The Laundromat’ calls Panama Papers ‘crimes against humanity’
Writer and producer Scott Z.Burns has called the findings
Maltese government told ‘the world is watching’
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) have called the assassination of
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It was going to happen sooner or later- I
Malta worst in EU for pollution exposure
Over a quarter of the Maltese population reported that
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I am happy to report that Barry is back!
American university stalls deal with AUM over concerns
An agreement between the American University of Malta (AUM)
Caroline Muscat shortlisted for Reporters Without Borders press freedom award
International press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders has announced
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Friday- the wind down day, everyone’s favourite day of
Minister under investigation for money laundering says ‘it happens everywhere’
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has dismissed Malta’s money laundering
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Getting out of bed at 6am was almost impossible
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Each morning I meet the same labrador- a thoroughly
Malta-based gaming firm accused of failing to declare €4 billion taxable income
Updated to include SKS365’s response. Italian police have accused
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One of the (few) things I enjoy about getting
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When my alarm went off at 6am this morning,
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After almost a year of not exercising as well
Identity Malta says Mustafa Abdel Wadood’s citizenship will be revoked
Identity Malta has confirmed that the process for the
International condemnation of move by Turkey to ban 136 websites
A Turkish Court has blocked access to 136 websites,
Azerbaijan government accused of targeting journalists in exile
Not content with “the total capture of media” inside
Blue-washing human trafficking and budget cuts
A number of landmark buildings in Malta were covered
Malta faces infringement proceedings on protection of women and children
The Maltese government is facing infringement proceedings for its
‘Maltese journalists need to know the government can and will protect them’
Maltese journalists need to know the authorities and the
‘Sex and cheap labour’ most widespread reasons for human trafficking in EU
Sex trafficking is by far the most widespread form
‘The cycle of abuse against female journalists in Malta is repeating itself’
“The cycle of abuse against female journalists in Malta
Council of Europe Member States urged to strengthen ‘key role’ of Ombudsman
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s (PACE)
‘If following the law is an innovation, it would be an innovation here’
“When my mother was murdered it was because there
‘All we are asking is that Malta complies with existing laws’
There has been “no meaningful change” in the way