International press freedom organisations demand ‘justice for Ján’
Leading international press freedom organisations representing thousands of journalists
EP vote condemns Malta’s inaction on corruption, crime and protection of journalists
The European Parliamentary Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and
Government inaction on Pilatus Bank cost taxpayers €345,000
Government inaction on Pilatus Bank cost taxpayers €345,000 as
Links between Cambridge Analytica, Henley & Partners and Labour Party noted by UK Parliamentary Committee
The UK Parliamentary Committee for Digital, Culture, Media and
Disinformation Watch #31: On calls for votes for those who ‘love the country’
For anyone “to come here and give the impression
‘What happened to the masterminds?’
At the vigil marking 16 months since the assassination
Army promotions: Who will shoulder political responsibility?
The Ombudsman’s report confirming allegations that a massive number
Yorgen Fenech named as owner of gaming company involved in ‘criminal network’
Yorgen Fenech, owner of 17 Black, has been accused
Calls for investigation of Fisheries Department following bribery allegations
Allegations of bribery involving the Director of the Department
Joseph Schranz clarifies development in Villa Frere area
I write on behalf of Mr Joseph Schranz, in
EP Special Committee on Financial Crimes to focus on Malta
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici will appear before the European
UN investigation confirms Khashoggi killed by Saudi officials
An international inquiry into the murder of Saudi journalist
Reporters Without Borders named Dan David Prize winner
International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders won the
Government refuses to publish secret deal to transfer prime public land
The government should immediately publish the secret Memorandum of
Partit Demokratiku to file objection on development in Villa Frere area
Partit Demokratiku (PD) said it will be filing an
Disinformation Watch #30: Corruption is no ‘perception’
Malta has seen the sharpest decline in its Corruption
Another black mark against Malta on visas
This week the National Audit Office (NAO) published a
Undeserved respect for the judiciary
A legal bid by PN MP Simon Busuttil and
Finance Minister promotes passport scheme at Henley and Partners’ launch
In the wake of a report by the European
Still stranded at sea after 7 days despite European cities opening their ports
“In Libya, militias forced me to work 12 hours
Shocking new findings predict more plastic than fish in our seas
We are facing a not too distant future where
New parents in Malta set to benefit most from work life balance measures
Malta is one of the Member States that will
Bulgaria set to cancel its cash for passport scheme
Bulgaria, one of only three EU Member States selling
Malta passport scheme puts Europe at risk, Commission urges crackdown
The European Commission will warn Member States on Wednesday
Journalists’ association joins international condemnation of attacks on The Shift News
The Institute of Maltese Journalists (IĠM) has joined international
Second cyber attack in days targets The Shift News
The Shift is experiencing the second cyber attack in
Activist group Il-Kenniesa will run the Malta marathon in aid of The Shift
Activist group Il-Kenniesa will again be running the Malta
Council of Europe reports attack on The Shift News
The Council of Europe yesterday published an alert on
The Big Sell Out #5: Technoline was not the only supplier Vitals bought with taxpayers’ money
Key findings: Technoline was not the only company the

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