‘The battle will continue’: public joins Moviment Graffitti to continue fight for Blue Lagoon
Two months after their initial action to occupy the
Government must publish press expert committee’s assessment ‘immediately’
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation on Thursday called on
Techno event cancelled in Malta amid organiser bankruptcy concerns
Drumcode Festival Malta, a much-awaited techno event that was
New UK register to shed light on dodgy money flows, including through Malta
The true owners of foreign companies that have properties
Malta’s gender gap remains among worst in Europe – World Economic Forum
The disparity between men and women in Malta –
Malta to ease travel restrictions despite record Covid cases, spike in deaths
The government is set to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions
Leading environmental NGOs not consulted on Hal Far race track
The government’s track record with noise regulation has made
‘Daphne became a symbol of our resistance’
Shortly before she was assassinated, journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Concerns on ‘impunity afforded’ to Muscat, Schembri, Mizzi – LIBE Committee report
Updated to include debate at the European Parliament MEPs
‘Access to information should be recognised as one of the main pillars sustaining media freedom’
Accessing information held by public authorities is not always
OPM silent on concerns raised by the press on lack of access to government
More than one month after the Institute of Maltese
Increased ‘risk’ for political independence of media in Malta – report
Increased concern about the political independence of the media
Failure to present PBS tax funding reports shows Minister, PBS ‘have something to hide’
Broadcasting Minister Owen Bonnici’s failure to present Public Broadcasting
Government spokesperson directory now excludes mobile numbers
Journalists attempting to question government ministers and hold them
Tourism minister’s father, uncles, own water sports, ferry business with interests in Comino
The father and uncles of Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo,
PBS taxpayer funding reports nowhere in sight as Owen Bonnici, PBS remain silent
Questions surrounding the existence of obligatory annual reports by
NGO leaders slam ‘real culprits’ – the institutions that ‘failed to protect’ Lassana Cisse
Leaders from local human rights and migration NGOs on
Man raises thousands to help homeless man in Malta get back on his feet
For months on end,  Giovanni, a 53 year old
Analysis shows Malta shipping firms rapidly increased Russian oil shipments since start of war
A new investigation by international NGO Global Witness has
Questions raised about whether PBS has filed reports showing how it spent taxpayers’ cash
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is obliged to submit
Echoing concerns: 3 high profile reports on Malta’s rule of law in 2 days
Three analyses on the rule of law in Malta
‘Criminal libel resurrected?’: Alarm following Mark Camilleri criminal harassment case
The case in court against Maltese author Mark Camilleri,
Climate Change: Death by heat exposure in Malta will drastically increase by 2050 – WHO
An eye-opening climate change country report published by the
‘We got the impression that without external pressure reforms would not have been done’ – MEPs
From their latest fact-finding mission in Malta, six civil
Malta has shown ‘little visible response to allegations of corruption’ – PACE
There has been “little visible response” to allegations of
Mgarr Mayor slams solar farm project, calls it ‘theft of Malta’s environment’
Mgarr Mayor Paul Vella spoke out on Saturday against

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