Renewed calls for legislation to protect journalists against financially-crippling SLAPP cases
PEN Malta has expressed its “dismay” at court reports
We’re biased, and we’re cool with it
Much has been said about The Shift, ever since
Repubblika shoots down disgraced former EU Commissioner Dalli’s demands for apology
Repubblika president Robert Aquilina described the situation in Malta
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
New anti-money laundering agency for Europe
The EU is planning to create a new anti-money
Revenue from gambling industry drops by 41% in pandemic year
Figures published in the annual report of the Malta
UK case shows need for investigation into ‘Azerbaijani Laundromat’ payments to 17 Black
New information suggests that payments transferred to 17 Black’s
Cabinet members declare €4.5million in savings
Cabinet members have declared over  €4.5 million in financial
Real action needed, not ‘vain attempts to downplay the severity of greylisting’
Despite the prime minister’s insistence that the decision by
Repubblika launches proposals for ‘fair, free elections’
Civil society NGO Repubblika launched a document containing a
Zammit Tabonas nab Mtarfa hospital after tender goes to daughter of former Fortina chief
The former military hospital at Mtarfa, leased out by
Malta receives a whole raft of warnings from the European Commission
As international media organisations welcomed action by the European
Government still mute on selection process for quarantine hotels
While the Maltese government continues to ignore requests for
€90 billion European Social Fund Plus approved for Member States
The European Parliament has endorsed almost €90 billion for
PM fails to meet women’s lobby on survey that shows majority against legalising prostitution
Survey results announced on Tuesday by the Malta Women’s
Gozo Minister refuses to confirm details of secret Dar San Guzepp deal
The government has spent as much as €510,000 on
Gozo under siege: more than 6,000 development permits issued since 2013
Development applications approved by the Planning Authority in Gozo
‘I am feeling intimidated by all this’ – Paul Apap Bologna
An attempt to grill Paul Apap Bologna on the
Fight against misappropriation of EU funds begins
EU chief prosecutor Laura Kövesi was responsible for jailing
Sacked planning commission chair challenges minister over removal
Architect Simon Saliba, chairman of the Planning Authority board
Reporters Without Borders files complaint in Lithuania on plane ‘hijacking’
In response to the diversion of a Ryanair flight
New digital COVID certificate will be recognised throughout EU
Hopes for a European COVID certificate that will facilitate
Right of Reply: Allied Newspapers ‘defends its reputation’
Allied Newspapers has sent us the following Right of
Court’s copy and paste raises questions about accused’s conviction
An analysis of a judgment delivered by Magistrate Joseph
Chair of new construction industry regulator is one of Joseph Portelli’s architects
The Chair of the newly-established Building and Construction Agency