The journalist who ‘signed her name while others remained anonymous’
‘Fearless’, the story of Daphne Caruana Galizia, was launched
EXHIBITION: The cage and the bird that did not stop singing
Bright shades of red and yellow are usually inseparable
Accountancy board slammed by judges over lack of action against Nexia BT
Judges grew increasingly frustrated with Accountancy Board Chairman Peter
Another testimony contradicts what Keith Schembri said under oath
Counter Terrorism Unit Head George Cremona told the public
CABS calls for ban on ‘worst killing grounds for birds of prey in Europe’
The Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) is urging the
Former Cambridge Analytica boss banned from company directorships for seven years
Alexander Nix, the former Cambridge Analytica chief, has been
Government could have terminated hospitals’ deal
Two members of the board tasked with evaluating the
Binance being sued for ‘aiding and abetting’ laundering of stolen funds
Binance, the crypto-trading giant which was welcomed with open
Lawrence Cutajar says new Attorney General had advised keeping Silvio Valletta on murder case
Updated to include further testimony by former Police Commissioner
Malta risks losing €5 million EU funds for ‘unbuilt’ migrant centre, PM to detain migrants offshore
The government’s delay in building a €7 million migrant
Government officials in public inquiry ‘keen on passing the buck’ – former Chief Justice
Government officials appearing before the public inquiry board looking
Calls for Hungarian minister to resign after vacation on business tycoon’s Malta-owned yacht
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has rejected calls to
Finance Ministry Chief distances himself from Electrogas decisions
The permanent secretary of the Finance Ministry, Alfred Camilleri,
No police procedure to assess and initiate journalist protection, Lawrence Cutajar tells board
Former Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar said risk assessments are
Maltese law academic publishes paper for ‘urgent’ reform of EU defamation law
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet on Tuesday published an
Doctor’s testimony contradicts what Keith Schembri told court
The version of events given by the Fenech family
Questions linger on Melvin Theuma case
At a press conference following the stabbing incident which
Court orders investigation into leaked recordings of Melvin Theuma tapes
Magistrate Rachel Montebello on Thursday ordered an investigation into
Edward Scicluna speaks of struggle with Projects Malta for information on VGH
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna on Wednesday spoke of his
EU alert system flags over 90 health risk alerts for face masks from China
More than 90 alerts linked to particle filter facemask
‘Dubai running after Malta’ to assist with 17 Black probe – Casa tells public inquiry
Contrary to testimonies made by former economic crimes unit
Malta plummets 60 places in one year in anti-money laundering index
Malta has plummeted 60 places in the span of
‘No major changes for journalists since Abela’ – Reporters Without Borders
International press freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders has “unfortunately”