End of finch trapping in Malta…finally!
Malta lost its case on finch trapping at the
UN Special Rapporteur draws Human Rights Council’s attention to disinformation and hate speech
Disinformation and propaganda are challenging access to information and
Socialist MEP slams European Commission’s response to medical visas scandals
Socialist MEP Ana Gomes criticised the European Commission’s (EC)
Italy’s hardline approach reflects breakdown in regional cooperation on migration – HRW
The recent refusal of the Italian government to allow
Justice Commissioner targets Malta’s record on corruption, money laundering and security
European Commissioner for Justice Vĕra Jourová criticised Malta’s track
Maria Efimova wins case, no extradition to Malta
The request for the extradition of Pilatus Bank whistleblower
‘The consequence for those who want to silence journalists must be public outrage’
If those wishing to silence journalists understand that the
MEP report slams lack of action by police
MEPs investigating the rule of law in Malta were
Judge rules Deputy Police Commissioner should step away from journalist’s murder investigation
Assistant Police Commissioner Silvio Valletta should not be involved
Head of Cambridge Analytica accused of taking $8m before bankruptcy
The former chief executive of the scandal-hit Cambridge Analytica
‘Financial insitutions of ill repute and high ranking politicians risking Malta’s reputation’ – MEA
Recent events involving financial institutions of ill repute and
UPDATED: Prestigious European award for Daphne Caruana Galizia presented by EP President Antonio Tajani
The sons of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia received
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat remains member of Labour online hate groups
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his chief of staff
Schembri and Mizzi instructions to Nexia BT ‘not documented’
Nexia BT told Malta’s anti-money laundering agency that no
President leaves Labour online hate groups
The President has ended her membership of the secretive
UPDATED: Citizen action seven months since Daphne’s assassination
Updated with information that the banners put up overnight
New media law “falls far short” of its promise – PEN
The new Media Bill enacted on Monday “falls far
A new way that’s the same way
On Friday, The Shift News published an article that
PEN International marks World Press Freedom Day with calls for #JusticeForDaphne
Marking World Press Freedom Day on 3 May, PEN
UPDATED: Thousands gather for ‘justice and truth’ protest in Valletta
Thousands walked down Merchant Street and Republic Street in
‘Us and them’: a false dilemma
“Sunday’s rally will be a milestone in building a
‘Europe will respond forcefully’ – MEP
The European Parliament’s Mission to Malta met with urgency
REVEALED: Konrad Mizzi signature on hidden LNG agreement raises red flag
Minister Konrad Mizzi personally signed the agreement between the
Financial Services Authority chairman leaves “for family reasons”
The chairman of the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA)
After Malta, EU needs anti-SLAPP law to protect media freedom – MEPs
A group of MEPs from across political groups have
Whistleblower proven right again on Pilatus Bank’s Swiss connections
In collaboration with Tim Röhn, Nina Fargahi and Sylke Gruhnwald
Misleading media reports draw international criticism
The General Secretary of the European Federation of Journalists
Additional garnishee orders against Vitals Global Healthcare top €1 million
A garnishee order of $1 million (€803,645) filed against
€70,000: Garnishee orders filed against Vitals Global Healthcare
Vitals Global Healthcare, the concessionaires for the operation of
Government attacks Archbishop for sharing The Shift News article
Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield launched an attack on Twitter

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