Armenian community calls for Malta’s support in Azerbaijan crisis
The Armenian community in Malta organised a demonstration on
Malta Film Commission ‘in the process of publishing’ lavish film festival costs
The Malta Film Commission has declined Freedom of Information
Pharmacists concerned about supply of chemotherapy medication by President’s Foundation
Pharmacists have raised concerns about their ability to continue
Farmer’s eviction confirmed, paving way for ‘compromised’ WasteServ project
A court of appeals decision last week confirmed an
Government dry on details about Malta-Libya interconnector MoU
The Office of the Prime Minister is refusing a
Minister Anton Refalo hangs up when faced with resignation questions
Agriculture Minister and former Heritage Malta chairman Anton Refalo,
Media ‘Experts’ Committee fails to submit final report before parliament rises for summer recess
A report prepared by the government-appointed ‘Media Experts Committee’
The Shift wins two more Court of Appeal FOI cases to total 14, five remain
The Shift has won another two Court of Appeal
Court nullifies Kamra tal-Periti’s suspension of architects’ warrants
The Court of Appeal on Wednesday struck down a
PAC: Muscat stalls while labeling committee questions ‘outside its remit’
Disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat appeared in front
Citizenship by merit: FOI request deemed ‘frivolous, trivial or vexatious’
A freedom of information request from The Shift asking
250 people pushed back to Libya after Malta claims it’s ‘on it’ – NGOs
Two hundred and fifty people in distress on a
‘Don’t water down EU Media Freedom Act’, say 15 press freedom organisations
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom has
Sexual harassment ‘pervasive, normalised and accepted’ in Malta – UN
A United Nations Working Group on discrimination against women
Jean Paul Sofia’s mother starts petition for public inquiry into son’s death
Kordin construction collapse victim Jean Paul Sofia’s mother, Isabelle
BirdLife objects to third apartment block next to Simar nature reserve
An application for a third apartment block adjacent to
Only one PA enforcement notice on illegal dormitories for migrants
The Planning Authority has only one pending enforcement case
Cassola wants Fisheries Minister’s event investigated for breach of ethics
Independent politician Arnold Cassola has called on the Commissioner
Court reconfirms Steward’s €36.8 million tax bill
Steward Malta Management Limited will have to pay a
Malta makes little to no rule of law progress – European Commission report
Malta has made little to no progress in the
Malta instructs merchant vessel to ignore 70 people in distress at sea
Maltese authorities instructed a merchant vessel to stand by
Residents object to four-storey block in Għarb overlooking Ta’ Pinu valley
A four-storey apartment block overlooking the scenic Ta’ Pinu
‘Little or no progress’ in Malta’s media landscape, issues to ‘urgently address’
The Maltese media landscape’s lack of publicly accessible data
Jean Paul Sofia’s parents keep up the pressure for public inquiry
Construction collapse victim Jean Paul Sofia’s mother Isabelle Bonnici
EU member states ‘disappointingly unambitious’ on anti-SLAPP law
Member states “deleted many elements” and were “disappointingly unambitious”
MGA cancels gaming licence registered at ex-authorisations chief’s offices
The Malta Gaming Authority has revoked the operating licence
Government’s media experts committee tight-lipped at 18-month mandate’s end
The government-appointed ‘Media Experts Committee’ will be disbanding by
‘Public will be forced to intervene’ as deckchairs placed on Comino garigue
The lack of enforcement against newly placed deckchairs on
Joseph Muscat joins Anglo-Turkish investment group supplying Malta Police
Disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat has joined the
Binance CEO facing US charges linked to Malta address: ‘You can’t speak to him’
Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao, CEO of Binance, the world’s largest

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