New TVM programme host’s company made €136,000 in direct orders in two years
An analysis of the financial links between government and
Malta’s ecological resource supply puts it among 20 worst countries in the world
Malta’s rate of consumption of natural resources has outpaced
Government vague on timeline for public inquiry recommendations, denies impunity verdict
Prime minister Robert Abela, speaking at an extraordinary parliamentary
Protest tonight after public inquiry report holds state responsible for journalist’s assassination
Civil society organisations Repubblika and Occupy Justice have announced
Speaker and government block further witnesses on Standards Commissioner’s report on Cutajar
The parliamentary ethics committee voted in favour of forwarding
NGOs, local councils file crowdfunded appeal against DB Group’s Pembroke towers
After four years of appeals and demonstrations against DB
Controversy between teachers’ unions and education authorities escalates
The Union of Professional Educators (UPE) is voicing its
Public inquiry conclusions ‘could prevent murder of other journalists’ – Reporters Without Borders
The international campaign director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Repubblika protest in front of police headquarters profiles ‘criminals in command’
Carrying pictures of former police commissioners, ministers and government
The stories they were killed for: 4 investigative journalists in Europe targeted by organised crime
The assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on
Moviment Graffitti slams Infrastructure Malta for using misleading expropriation tactics
Moviment Graffitti has today called for an investigation of
10 protests stymied during pandemic on fear of reprisals following police objections
The police have objected to ten protest applications citing
Local councils in the dark over designation of camping sites in Armier and Bahar ic-Caghaq
Two local councillors from Mellieħa and Naxxar confirmed that
Does Malta’s new legal notice on vaccine certificates breach freedom of movement rights?
Confusion reigned among legal experts over the past week
Speaker walks off, rejecting adoption of Standards Commissioner report on Rosianne Cutajar
The third meeting of the parliamentary committee on Standards
Standards Commissioner defends conclusions of Rosianne Cutajar ethics probe
In a chaotic sitting in which the parliamentary committee
Greylisting: Over 100 companies blame weak, selective rule of law – survey
When employers were asked why they thought Malta was
COVID-19 infections creep up as Malta opens its borders to tourists
As the summer tourism season opens and Malta’s economy
Alarming rise in prison suicides, unexplained deaths, signal inhumane treatment of inmates
Last week, we learned that yet another prisoner under
No fiscal receipts from infrastructure minister’s family restaurant
Receipts obtained by The Shift confirmed that Barbajean, the
Repubblika calls on Labour administration to ‘publish all government contracts since 2013’
Civil society NGO Repubblika spared no criticism for Prime
#FreeAssange: embattled Wikileaks founder turns 50 while still detained in a UK prison
Wikileaks founder and journalist Julian Assange, who first became
Government stonewalls questions on lack of consultation with stakeholders for EU commission funding
Business and industry leaders have said they are disappointed