Golden Victoria award for Daphne Caruana Galizia and Ján Kuciak
The Association of German Magazine Publishers (VDZ) has honoured
‘Evidence’ is not created in a newsroom
Media Today Managing Editor Saviour Balzan has just admitted
The mafia’s new outposts
Italy’s most powerful organised crime network, the ‘Ndrangheta, has
Ramona Frendo, is it really what you know or who you know?
The choice of the Labour Party’s political candidate Ramona
This is not about ‘Sophia’
Not content with selling citizenship as a commodity, Malta
The toxic price of impunity
The killing of journalists affects the whole of society
What ‘Blockchain Island’ dragged in – World Bank blacklisted Shiv Nair is back
The Malta Blockchain summit launches today – and no,
‘Malta is not living up to its obligation to guarantee freedom of expression’
International press freedom organisations have urged the Maltese government
Nothing to fear but the truth
Her words in our last conversation a few days
‘We need to know the whole truth about my mother’s assassination’ – Andrew Caruana Galizia
The mastermind who commissioned journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
Press freedom NGOs demand ‘firm commitment’ from government
Leading press freedom NGOs are calling on Prime Minister
International press freedom NGOs visit protest site blocked off by government
Representatives of leading names in international organisations working on
Council of Europe rapporteur calls out government officials avoiding him
Government officials have still not confirmed meetings with the
Former Labour deputy leader, now judge, was Pierre Darmanin’s lawyer
The former deputy leader of the Labour Party who
The show must go on
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Economy Minister Chris Cardona
Bulgarians mourns slain journalist amid calls for international independent investigation
Bulgarians across the country mourned the death of 30-year
Daphne Caruana Galizia had named the man who called her on fuel smuggling
In October 2016 – the time when The Daphne
International experts to scrutinise Malta’s legal and institutional structures
The Legal Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of
Press freedom a major concern in UN review of human rights in Malta
PEN International has highlighted concerns on four main areas
Call for protection for murdered Bulgarian journalist’s colleagues
International organisations are calling for a full investigation into
The tuna kingpin: No public accounts for 18 years
AJD Tuna Ltd, one of the largest operators in
Brussels to force Malta to improve anti-money laundering efforts
The European Commission is preparing to issue binding demands
Suspect who paid €70,000 for Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak’s murder arrested
A female suspect paid €70,000 for the murder of
One dog saved, 1,700 lives lost
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat was tweeting about a dog
‘Wake up Europe’, indeed!
The op-ed by European leaders published in some of
International call for press freedom on anniversary of journalist’s assassination
Around 30 Italian journalists are coming together to visit
PA Board member who voted for DB Group project owns real estate agency selling apartments
Matthew Pace, one of 10 Planning Board members to
Aren’t you glad you’re funding the Labour Party’s electoral success?
A year after the Labour Party shot to power
Government clears memorial (again) and puts up its own banner
In what has become a ridiculous show of force
‘You can cover up all the monuments, but we’ll still be here’
Citizens voiced their determination to keep up the struggle