Julian Assange granted permission to seek appeal against extradition
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Monday was granted the
C-Planet fined €65,000 for voter data breach
C-Planet IT Solutions Ltd, the company that infamously hit
Opposition calls for Carmen Ciantar’s €163,000 a year contract to be cancelled
The salary given to Carmen Ciantar, the Deputy Prime
New PBS editor is former head of engineering at One Productions 
Charles Dalli, who has just taken on the role
UPDATED: Hundreds of thousands transferred but no invoices: ‘It was an open agreement’
Keith Schembri has been granted bail against a deposit
Bail denied again for NexiaBT 4
Magistrate Donatella Frendo Dimech has denied bail to four
A maze of suspicious transactions: Compilation of evidence against Keith Schembri continues
The hearing in the compilation of evidence against 11
Hitman reveals details about those accused of supplying the bomb that killed Daphne
In his testimony on Monday, hitman Vince Muscat gave
Melvin Theuma finally testifies on much-anticipated ‘hidden’ recordings
A conversation in which self-confessed middleman turned State witness
Amid controversy, €3.4 million tender to Bonnici Brothers gets published
Civil engineering and road-building company, Bonnici Brothers was awarded
Degiorgio brothers defy court order, accused of stretching out proceedings
A court sitting on Wednesday ended abruptly as the
Hitmen did things differently after attempt to kill journalist in 2015 fell through
A separate, 2015 plot to assassinate journalist Daphne Caruana
Hitman names politicians in Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination
Killing journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was urgent because of
As mayor plans for Senglea to be official cruise port of call, activists raise concerns
Activists and residents are concerned about the Senglea mayor’s
Two murders: ‘Same criminal organisation’
The testimonies of three police officers on Wednesday provided
‘A simple double click’: Middleman’s recordings and the lag in court procedures
Arguments with regards to the accessibility of files by
UPDATED: Watershed moment as hitman pleads guilty in Daphne Caruana Galizia case
Updated to include the reaction of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s
The Shift objects to denial of access to MPs’ tax declarations
Updated to include the reaction of the European Federation
2020 ‘unfortunate record year’ for press freedom, call for action from EC President
Press freedom organisation partners forming the Media Freedom Rapid
Vince Muscat withdraws appeal: A turning point in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder case?
In an unexpected move on Wednesday, Vince Muscat, one
Yorgen Fenech’s offer to pay for own police surveillance if granted bail refused by court
Yorgen Fenech, the prime murder suspect in the assassination
Melvin Theuma: Yorgen Fenech went from friend to threat
What began as luxurious gifts and favours from a
Another fall for Malta in The Economist’s 2020 Democracy Index
Malta has yet again plummeted to an all-time low
Water, mints, breaks: Melvin Theuma strains through first sitting since stabbing
It was the first time that the courtroom heard
Calling political party station case a ‘PR stunt’ misunderstands positive impact for democracy
To dismiss online news portal Lovin Malta’s court case