Attorney General’s position ‘untenable’ after ‘clear obstruction of justice’
Attorney General Peter Grech’s position is untenable following his
US issues new ‘highly unusual’ indictment against Assange – RSF
Reporters Without Borders has criticised the latest move by
Schembri’s ‘much-awaited truth’ testimony just a smokescreen
The bold statement made by the former chief of
Valletta Film Festival organiser requests probe into MTA’s ‘unjust’ fund refusal
Oliver Mallia, the co-founder of Film Grain Festival, which
Government accused of ‘monopolising culture’
The disappointment expressed by the arts community earlier this
Government boasts of ‘biggest fuel price fall ever recorded’ despite EU disparity
The government was quick to promote its new measure
Dutch academic reprimanded for not declaring Malta passport advisory role
A Dutch law professor has been reprimanded by the
Lawrence Cutajar’s ‘questionable integrity’ over two years later
In the first and only press conference held by
Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Progress in anti-corruption recommendations ‘unimpressive’
Malta’s progress in implementing the recommendations by anti-corruption body
If Miżieb and l-Aħrax are to be run by an NGO, why not give it to conservationists?
The Nationalist Party is open to Mizieb and L-Ahrax
Steward Healthcare US changes hands; asks for State bail out for Pennsylvania hospital
Steward Healthcare US Vice President Michael Callum issued an
‘I will kill you if you pin the murder on Chris Cardona’
A mysterious photograph, a death threat, a mobile phone
Countries block travel from Malta despite Prime Minister’s reassurance
Bulgaria is the second country in the span of
Politicians hold ‘disproportionate authority’ over public professionals
A public policy professor has warned of the disproportionate authority
‘No documents’ on any perks, positions for Joseph and Michelle Muscat – OPM
The government has rejected a Freedom of Information (FOI)
US congressman uses meeting with Muscat as alibi in CNN case
Republican US congressman Devin Nunes is using a 2018
Flights from Russia, Libya, US flew to Malta for pact on Libya – report
Delegates from Russia, Libya, the United States, Turkey and
Chamber of Advocates slams Labour media for ‘attack’ directed at lawyer
The Chamber of Advocates has called out Labour Party
No clear answers on ‘offshore prisons’ amid concerns
International and local human rights NGOs are calling on
Weaponisation of the law suppressing scrutiny of power
Over 25 press freedom organisations have written to the
Relatives of asylum seekers who died at sea file judicial protest against Abela
The relatives of two asylum-seekers who died at sea
‘Maltese army endangered lives of asylum seekers’ – report
The Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) endangered the lives
The Shift’s founder among award-winning writers to speak at Hay Festival Digital
The Shift’s founder and managing editor Caroline Muscat will
Pieter Omtzigt’s mandate extended by six months
The follow up to the report on Malta by
Inquiry criticised for not delving into relations between Fenech, young lawyer
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation has called the justice