Support for EUobserver after being threatened for Caruana Galizia article
Political activist and financier Bill Browder has put his
Neville Gafa’ calls out Foreign Minister’s post on Libya
A post by Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo thanking
Pieter Omtzigt welcomes ‘hard-hitting’ report by Ombudsman
Special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has welcomed the “hard-hitting” and
Court dismisses case against Gafa’s extra overtime pay on technicality
Neville Gafa’ has won a legal battle to keep
Omtzigt calls on Maltese authorities to end impunity and make reforms real
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt welcomed the new opinion issued
‘The fight for justice for Daphne will never stop’
The call for justice and truth for the assassination
Controversial Ta’ Muxi permit in Qala withdrawn
Two board members who had voted in favour of
Assange’s deteriorating health raises concerns
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s ailing health condition has led
Architects sound warning on changes to Ħal Ferħ development brief
As the wheels have been set in motion to
European Court of Human Rights judgment sheds light on Mercieca case
The lack of disclosure by a judge that his
Magisterial inquiry into Andreina Fenech Farrugia still open one year later
The magisterial inquiry into the alleged involvement of Andreina
Omtzigt backs call for Europol Joint Investigation Team
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt called on the Maltese authorities
Ombudsman still lacking cooperation from public authorities
The Ombudsman has outed public authorities to the Venice
Speedy conclusion of inquiry into migrant deaths ‘not normal’
Repubblika has expressed surprise and concern about the magisterial
Government says ‘no’ to Europol Joint Investigation Team
The Maltese authorities will not be requesting Europol to
‘Charles Mercieca negotiated sentence bargaining without AG’s approval’ – MP
Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi has accused Charles Mercieca, the
Omtzigt calls on Justice Minister to publish results of inquiry into lawyer’s move to Fenech’s team
Special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has expressed his surprise and
Weak response to Charles Mercieca’s ‘treachery’ – Giovanni Bonello
A former judge at the European Court of Human
Lawyer’s move to Fenech’s defence team raised “glaring issues” of possible criminal liability – Omtzigt
Charles Mercieca’s crossing over from the Attorney General’s office
BEAT Ltd given another €43,000 contract for Air Malta by Konrad Mizzi
A company co-owned by Konrad Mizzi’s childhood friend, David
Press freedom NGOs call on AG to ask Europol for joint investigation team on Caruana Galizia murder
Nine international press freedom organisations have appealed to Attorney
Government derails parliamentary motion to revoke €100 million payout to Steward Healthcare
The government derailed a motion filed by the Opposition
European court orders Poland to suspend judiciary panel for lack of independence
Europe’s highest court has ordered Poland to suspend a
State authorities a source of threats to journalists in six countries – report
State authorities and its representatives were the major source
Over 100 press freedom violations in the EU since COVID-19
More than 100 press freedom violations have been registered
Malta drops another four places in World Press Freedom Index
Malta’s ranking in the World Press Freedom Index continued
Ali Sadr’s legal defence team asks for extension to file post-trial motions
Ali Sadr’s legal defence team has requested an extension
Croatian’s threat against The Shift taken up by the Council of Europe
The Council of Europe press freedom platform has taken
‘Invicta’ donates another €2,000 to women’s shelter ‘Dar Merħba Bik’
The shelter for women who are victims of domestic