‘When journalism is threatened, democracy is at stake’
As the world marks Press Freedom Day, several organisations,
RSF praises ‘tremendous progress’ achieved by activists seeking justice for Daphne
Activists seeking justice for assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
‘Court revelations show ruling party in Malta knew of plot to kill Caruana Galizia’ – Weber
Recent developments in Maltese courts show that the ruling
‘No one believes that no politician is involved in Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder’
“No one believes Prime Minister Robert Abela when he
Sadeen considered taking over Labour Party’s Rialto cinema in Cospicua
Sadeen Group, owned by Jordanian entrepreneur Hani Salah who
Female journalists honoured on Women’s Day
International female journalists were honoured on Women’s Day, including
Press freedom watchdog flags Speaker’s decision to deny The Shift access to MPs’ tax declarations
Mapping Media Freedom, a European project that tracks threats
International press freedom organisations criticise Speaker for denying access to tax declarations
International press freedom organisations have called on Speaker Anglu
San Lawrenz Local Council takes stand against quarry development on Dwejra coast
The Local Council of San Lawrenz has come out
‘No one in political sphere has been charged with Daphne’s assassination’
NGO Repubblika have sent a letter to the Police
Julia Farrugia Portelli says no need for political responsibility over shooting range spend
Equality Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli told parliament that she
Prime Minister’s decision not to divulge expenditure on media publicity ‘banal’
NGO Repubblika has said the prime minister’s excuses not
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination stalled revelations on Electrogas financial problems
Revelations on the Electrogas project were interrupted by the
Standards Commissioner says ‘partisan statement’ issued by DOI in breach of political impartiality
The Commissioner for Standards in Public Life has concluded
‘Women journalists in Malta have to go against partisan politics, misogyny and societal boundaries’
Verbal abuse against women journalists has become legitimised through
Vigil for Daphne Caruana Galizia commemorates victims of pandemic
A vigil commemorating the life and work of assassinated
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s COVID-19 predictions repeatedly fall flat
The predictions and bold statements made by Prime Minister
Predicting economic recovery by May is ‘pure conjecture’ – economist
Forecasting economic recovery by May in the current pandemic
Journalist who exposed Turkish arms shipment to Syrian rebels sentenced to 27 years in prison
A court in Turkey has sentenced journalist Can Dundar
Populism encourages online trolls to harass female journalists – UNESCO
Anonymous online trolls and political actors are among the
No bank monitoring orders between 2015 and 2018 – Council of Europe report
The authorities in Malta are failing to regularly use
Reporters Without Borders condemns coordinated attack against The Shift
International press freedom organisation Reporters without Borders (RSF) has
Despite tough year for film production companies, chosen few continue to rake in public funds
Labour Party propagandist Mario Philip Azzopardi and Jean Pierre
Water Services Corporation racks up €72,000 in credit card bills in just over two years
The Water Services Corporation (WSC) managed to rack up
Frequency of waste plant fires and toxicity leave public fuming
The huge fire that engulfed the waste plant in
‘A selfish act’: Citizens protest against government granting public land to hunters
Activists gathered at Castille Square, in front of the
Former Attorney General defends inaction on major political scandals
Former Attorney General Peter Grech defended his decision to